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After a stint in a mental institution, former teacher Pat Solitano moves back in with his parents and tries to reconcile with his ex-wife.Things get more challenging when Pat meets Tiffany, a mysterious girl with problems of her own.
She plays Juno with a chip on her shoulder, and a keen sense of tongue in cheek.Maybe a little less focus on these scenes, and more with the likes of Cera (who is not underused, but probably could have been used a bit more) or Simmons or Thrilby (who are not used nearly enough) could have helped make the movie even better than it already is.Juno is not perfect, but it is heartwarming and bittersweet all the same.When dialogue comes so natural to some of these characters, it becomes very obvious that the writer knows what they are doing.If she keeps up like this, than I think she could truly be the prodigy that everyone is making her out to be (although Jennifer's Body really does not sound like a step in the right direction).It progresses through the stages of her pregnancy (and the seasons that pass), and through the various problems and issues that arise as a result of the pregnancy.
This is aided almost exclusively by the commanding presence of Page.
I think what only slows the film down is the near forced relationship between Page and Bateman that grows as the film goes on.
I understand its importance to the film and understand why it is here, but I just think they play it a little too loosely and way too longish to make it feel as worthwhile as it needs to be.
She is very in tune with the role, and even though it is not wholly original, she makes it her own and gives it a grand sense of earnestness (and pathos when needed).
She plays it even better during the more hormonal aspects of the pregnancy, and she makes her undeniable mark on the movie-going public as she does.
Following all of the hype, it was impossible for me to not want to see Juno.