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“Juno” was my first introduction to up-and-coming star Ellen Page, and she made a striking first impression as Juno, a teen girl who unexpectedly finds herself pregnant one day and has to decide what to do about it. She wrestles with all the predictable issues – abortion versus adoption versus keeping the baby – but the way she does it, and the colorful cast of characters who alternately aid or inhibit her efforts – literally makes the film. This is a movie that aims for quirky and hits, aims for funny and hits, aims for dramatic and hits, aims for heart-warming and hits. In this world of far too many average films, if you gathered all of them up, pooled the, um, talents of all their various screenwriters and directors and actors, you might get one “Juno”.

So clearly, this is a film you will not want to miss. At just 96 well-used minutes and a PG-13 rating, “Juno” is also still succinct and clean enough for teens to watch and take away a good message about how to cope with those oops moments we all have in life, and also find a character they can deeply relate to. For adults, “Juno” will keep us on our toes – and thus keep us young. I give “Juno” a five-star rating for this reason and many more.


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