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[影片快递] 【整理】影评快递 2008-01-13, Juno - 朱诺

Movie Minutes:(21) Juno 朱诺


一个花季少女,一次意外怀孕,她在好友和父母的帮助下,以自己独一无二的方式,幽默的走出了一条迈向成人的必经之路




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Juno is a new film directed by Jason Reitman from the screenplay by first-timer Diablo Cody.

It tells a story of Juno MacGuff, a suburban teenager who finds herself pregnant after a brief encounter with her nerdy kind of boyfriend named Bleeker, played by Michael Cera.

Juno is played by Ellen Page, a 20-year-old Canadian actress who is really one of the breakouts of this year.

And this is a very funny, very smart, very clever and very warm comedy. Diablo Cody's script is very sharply written, sometimes a little bit too impressed with its own cleverness and stuffing a few too many bon mots in the mouths of its characters.

But the characters themselves are so well drawn and so well imagined and well played not only by Ellen Page and Michael Cera, but also by J. K. Simmons as Juno's dad, Allison Janney as her stepmother, Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner as the yuppie couple who become the perspective adoptive parents of Juno's baby.

Now this movie has some things in common with Knocked Up, Judd Apatow's comedy hit of earlier in the year, but in a way it's also a kind of a smart girl's or a feminist answer to that movie, which was about male sexual anxiety. This movie insists that girls are smart and funny and also make mistakes and have trouble grappling with the demands of growing up.

But Ellen Page's performance is really extraordinary. This girl Juno is smart, sardonic, cynical, sensitive.

All of these complicated feelings and emotions and responses wrapped up in this compact but ever-growing package. This movie's gotten a lot of attention as it's made its way toward theatres on the festival circuit, there's a lot of Oscar talk. I think it may be in danger of becoming a little bit overrated, but it is a wonderfully satisfying clever sharp comedy, well worth seeking.

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Juno is a new film directed by Jason Reitman from the screenplay by first timer Diablo Cody.

It tells a story of Juno MacGuff, a suburban teenager who finds herself pregnant after a brief ecounter with her nerdy kind of boyfriend named Bleeker, played by Michael Cera.

Juno is played by Ellen Page, a 20-year-old Canadian actress who is really one of the breakouts of this year.

This is a very funny, very smart, very clever and very warm comedy. Diablo Cody’s script is very sharply written, sometimes a little bit too impressed with its own cleverness and stuffing a few too many bomb mode in the mouths of its characters.

But the characters themselves are so well drawn and so well imagined and well played not only by Ellen Page and Michael Cera, but also by J. K. Simmons as Juno’s Dad, Allison Janney as her step mother, Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner as the yuppie couple who become the perspective adoptive parents of Juno’s baby.

Now this movie has some things in common with Knocked Up, Judd Apatow’s comedy hit of earlier in the year, but in a way it’s also a kind of a smart girl’s or a feminist answer to that movie, which was about male sexual anxiety. This movie insists that girls are smart and funny and also make mistakes and have trouble grappling with the demands of growing up.

And Ellen Page’s performance is really extraordinary, this girl Juno is smart, sardonic, cynical, sensitive.

All of these complicated feelings and emotions and responses wrapped up in this compact, but ever-growing package. This movie’s gotten a lot of attention as it’s made its way toward theatres on the festival circuit, there’s a lot of Oscar talk. I think it may be in danger of becoming a little bit overrated, but it is a wonderfully satisfying clever sharp comedy, well, we are seeking.
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Juno is a new film directed by Jason Reitman from the screenplay by first timer Diablo Cody.

It tells a story of Juno MacGuff, a suburban teenager who finds herself pregnant after a brief encounter with her nerdy kind of boyfriend named Bleeker, played by Michael Cera.

Juno is played by Ellen Page, a 20-year-old Canadian actress who is really one of the breakouts of this year.

And this is a very funny, very smart, very clever and very warm comedy. Diablo Cody’s script is very sharply written, sometimes a little bit too impressed with its own cleverness and stuffing a few too many bomb modes in the mouths of its characters.

But the characters themselves are so well drawn and so well imagined and well played not only by Ellen Page and Michael Cera, but also by J. K. Simmons as Juno’s Dad, Allison Janney as her step mother, Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner as the yuppie couple who become the perspective adoptive parents of Juno’s baby.

Now this movie has some things in common with Knocked Up, Judd Apatow’s comedy hit of earlier in the year, but in a way it’s also a kind of a smart girl’s or a feminist answer to that movie, which was about male sexual anxiety. This movie insists that girls are smart and funny and also make mistakes and have trouble grappling with the demands of growing up.

And Ellen Page’s performance is really extraordinary, this girl Juno is smart, sardonic, cynical, sensitive.

All of these complicated feelings and emotions and responses wrapped up in this compact but ever-growing package. This movie’s gotten a lot of attention as it’s made its way toward theatres on the festival circuit, there’s a lot of Oscar talk. I think it may be in danger of becoming a little bit overrated, but it is a wonderfully satisfying clever sharp comedy, well worth seeking.



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Homework

(you are pregnant? I am sorry, and If there is any cancellation to what I have happened that is remediating my ** cups)

JUNO is a new film directed by Jason Reitman, from screenplay by first time Diablo Cody.

(I really don’t know much better that than, I mean, it has fingernails./Nails? really?Yes!)

It tells a story of Juno MacGuff , a suburban teenager, who finds herself pregnant after a brief encounter with her nerdy kind of boyfriend named Bleeker played by Michael Cera.

(What?**/I know, right?)

Juno is played by Ellen Page 20-year old Canadian actress who is real one of the breakouts of this year.

(Just like losing my face with humility.)

But this is a very funny very smart very clever and very warm comedy.

(You think I am in love with you?)

Diablo Cody's script is very sharply written, sometimes a little bit too impressed with its own cleverness and stuffing a few too many bond mode in the mouths of its characters.

(And this of course is Juno,I like the city in the Alaska,/No.)

But the characters' sounds are so well drawn and so well imagined that well played not only played by Ellen Page, Michael Cera but also by J.K. Simmons as Juno's dad,Allision Janney as her stepmother, Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner as the yuppie couple who become the perspective adoptive parents of Juno's baby.

(What is that said?)

This movie has some things in common with knocked-up** comedy hit of earlier in the year.
But in a way it's also a kind of smart girl’s, feminist’s answer to that movie which was about male sexual anxiety. And this movie insists that girls are smart and funny and also make mistakes and have trouble grumbling with the demands of growing up.

(Take sues be sales ** I can take so many cooler things to do that night, I can probably, I can polish my feet, my golden bracelet in the ** church, maybe you can hit by a **hooker.)

And Ellen Page's performance is extraordinary, this grown Juno smart, sardonic, cynical,sensitive.

(We've really been immature.)

All these complicated feelings and emotions and responses wrapped up in this compact but ever growing package.

(Sweet angel)

This movie has got a lot of attention as it made its way to the theater's on the festival circus there is a lot of aspirant talk. I think it maybe in danger becoming a little bit over-rated but it is a wonderfully satisfying, clever shape comedy where we will seek in.

(It's magical.)

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Homework
Juno is a new film directed by Jason Reitman from the screenplay by first timer Diablo Cody.

It tells the story of Juno MacGuff, a suburban teenager who finds herself pregnant after a brief encounter with her nereid kind of boyfriend named Bleek, played by Michael Cera.

Juno is played by Ellen Page, a 20-year-old Canadian actress who is really one of the breakouts of this year.

And this is a very funny, very smart, very clever and very warm comedy.

Diablo Cody’s script is very sharply written, sometimes a little bit too impressed with its own cleverness and stuffing a few too many bomb modes in the mouths of its characters.

But the characters themselves are so well drawn and so well imagined and well played not only by Ellen Page and Michael Cera, but also by J. K. Simmons as Juno’s Dad, Allison Jenney as her stepmother, Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner as the yuppie couple who become the perspective adoptive parents of Juno’s baby.

Now this movie has something in common with Knocked Up, Judd Apatow’s comedy hit of earlier in the year, but in a way it’s also a kind of a smart girl’s or a feminist answer to that movie, which was about male sexual anxiety. This movie insists that girls are smart and funny and also make mistakes and have trouble grappling with the demands of growing up.

And Ellen Page’s performance is really extraordinary; this girl Juno is smart, sardonic, cynical, and sensitive.

All of these complicated feelings and emotions and responses wrapped up in this compact but ever-growing package. This movie’s gotten a lot of attention as it’s made its way toward theatres on the festival circuit, there’s a lot of Oscar talk. I think it may be in danger of becoming a little bit overrated, but it is a wonderfully satisfying clever sharp comedy, well worth seeking.
Homework
just for the lines inside this movie, having fun jotting down the notes. But i do have a part not fully understand, that is the first sentence that i wrote down. Hope anyone who can plz share it with me. much appreciated.

and if it is any consolation that i had heart burnt, that is radiating my knee caps.

just like losing my face with humanity

i think i am in love with you.

and this, of course, is Juno. like the city in Alaska

Take the suit be saled to the prom? I can think of so many cooler things to do that night. I might pumice my feet, might go to Braxton Communitarian church. Maybe get hit by a truck full of hot garbage juice

you are being really immature.
Homework


Juno is a new film directed by Jason Ridment from Scream played by first time of Diablo Cody.
It tells a story of Juno Moguff, a suburb teenager who find herself pregnant after a briefing counter with her nervy kind of boyfriend named Plick played by Michal Sera.
Juno is played by Allen Page, 12-year old Canadian actress, who is really one of the breakouts of this year.
And this is a very funny, very smart, very clever and very warm comedy.
Diablo Cody script is very sharply written, sometimes a little bit too impress with its own cleverness and staffing a few too many bomb mode in the mouth of its characters.
But the characters themselves are so well drawn and so well imagine and well play not only by Allen Page and Michal Sera but also by Jeckey Semmons as Juno's dad, Alson Jenny as step mother, Jason Bakemit and Jannofor Gorner as the yuppie couple who become prospected adoptive parents of Juno's baby.
This movie has some things in common with Nodup Jord Apito's comedy heat of ealier in the year. But in other way it's also a kind of smart girl's or feminist answer to that movie which was about male sexual anxiety. This movie insists that girls are smart and funny and also make mistakes and have trouble grappling with demands of throwing up.
But Allen Page's performance is really extraordinary. This girl Juno is smart, sardonic, scenical, sensitive.
All of this complicated feelings and emotions and responsives rapped up in this compact but evergrowing package.
This movie's got a lot of attention as it's made its way toword theatres on the festival circuit. There's a lot of Oscar talk. I think it may be in danger of becoming a little bit overrated, but it is a wonderfully satisfying clever sharp comedy where we're seeking.
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(You are pregnant? I am sorry, I am sorry and If there is any cancellation I have *** that is radiating my knee caps)

Juno is a new film directed by Jason Reitman from the screenplay by first timer Diablo Cody.

(I don’t really know much about that then, I mean, it has fingernails… Nails? Really? Yeah!)

It tells the story of Juno MacGuff, a suburban teenager who finds herself pregnant after a brief encounter with her nerdy kind of boyfriend named Bleeker, played by Michael Cera.

(What? *** You know, right?)

Juno is played by Ellen Page, a 20-year-old Canadian actress who is really one of the breakouts of this year.

(Just like losing my face with humanity.)

And this is a very funny, very smart, very clever and very warm comedy.

((You) think I am in love with you?)

Diablo Cody’s script is very sharply written, sometimes a little bit too impressed with its own cleverness and stuffing a few too many bomb modes in the mouths of its characters.

(And this of course is Juno. (You) like the city in the Alaska? No. )

But the characters themselves are so well drawn and so well imagined and well played not only by Ellen Page and Michael Cera, but also by J. K. Simmons as Juno’s Dad, Allison Janney as her step mother, Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner as the yuppie couple who become the perspective adoptive parents of Juno’s baby.

(What ***)

Now this movie has some things in common with Knocked Up, Judd Apatow’s comedy hit of earlier in the year, but in a way it’s also a kind of a smart girl’s or a feminist answer to that movie, which was about male sexual anxiety. This movie insists that girls are smart and funny and also make mistakes and have trouble grappling with the demands of growing up.

(Take supe-sales to ***. I can take so many cooler things to do that night, I can probably, I might promise my feet, my *** in the church, maybe you can hit by a truck or a hot garbage juice.)

And Ellen Page’s performance is really extraordinary. This girl Juno is smart, sardonic, cynical, sensitive.

(We've been really immature.)

All of these complicated feelings and emotions and responses wrapped up in this compact but ever-growing package.

(Sweet angel…)

This movie’s gotten a lot of attention as it’s made its way toward theatres on the festival circuit, there’s a lot of Oscar talk. I think it may be in danger of becoming a little bit overrated, but it is a wonderfully satisfying clever sharp comedy, well worth seeking.

(It's magical.)
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Juno is a new film directed by Jason Reitman from the screenplay by first-timer Diablo Cody.

It tells a story of Juno MacGuff, a suburban teenager who finds herself pregnant after a brief encounter with her nerdy kind of boyfriend named Bleeker, played by Michael Cera.

Juno is played by Ellen Page, a 20-year-old Canadian actress who is really one of the breakouts of this year.

And this is a very funny, very smart, very clever and very warm comedy. Diablo Cody’s script is very sharply written, sometimes a little bit too impressed with its own cleverness and stuffing a few too many bon mot/ in the mouths of its characters.

But the characters themselves are so well drawn and so well imagined and well played not only by Ellen Page and Michael Cera, but also by J. K. Simmons as Juno’s dad, Allison Janney as her stepmother, Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner as the yuppie couple who become the perspective adoptive parents of Juno’s baby.

Now this movie has some things in common with Knocked Up, Judd Apatow’s comedy hit of earlier in the year, but in a way it’s also a kind of a smart girl’s or a feminist answer to that movie, which was about male sexual anxiety. This movie insists that girls are smart and funny and also make mistakes and have trouble grappling with the demands of growing up.

But Ellen Page’s performance is really extraordinary, this girl Juno is smart, sardonic, cynical, sensitive.

All of these complicated feelings and emotions and responses wrapped up in this compact but ever-growing package. This movie’s gotten a lot of attention as it’s made its way toward theatres on the festival circuit, there’s a lot of Oscar talk. I think it may be in danger of becoming a little bit overrated, but it is a wonderfully satisfying clever sharp comedy, well worth seeking.
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homework

Juno is a new film directed by Jason Reitman from screen play by first time. It tells a story of Juno Magarf is an urban teenage who find her pregnant after a breathing * with her * kind of boyfriend named Poly Brick played by Michael Cera.

Juno is played by Ellen Page, a 20 year old Canadian actress, who really wants a breakout this year.

This is a very funny, very smart, very clever and very warm comedy.

Diablo Cody’s script is very sharply and sometimes a little bit too impressive with his own cleverness stuffing too many in the month of the characters.

The characters are so well * and so well imagined that well played not only played by Ellen Page, Michael Cera, also by J.k. Simmons as Juno’s dad, Jennifer as her step mother, Jason Batman and Jennifer Garner as the yappy couple who become the respective doctor parents of Juno’s baby.

This movie has something in common with Knocked up Judd Apatow’s * earlier in the year. But in the way also kind of smart girl *answers to that movie which was about man sexual. This movie insist that girls are smart and funny and also make mistake that trouble*.

By Ellen Page’s performance which is really desthis girl Juno is smart, sensitive

Sorry I can't finish it.

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Juno is a new film directed by Jason Reitman from the screenplay by first-time Diablo Cody.

It tells a story of Juno MacGuff, a suburban teenager who finds herself pregnant after a brief encounter with her nerdy kind of boyfriend named Bleeker, played by Michael Cera.

Juno is played by Ellen Page, a 20-year-old Canadian actress who is really one of the breakouts of this year.

And this is a very funny, very smart, very clever and very warm comedy. Diablo Cody’s script is very sharply written, sometimes a little bit too impressed with its own cleverness and stuffing a few too many bomb modes in the mouths of its characters.

But the characters themselves are so well drawn and so well imagined and well played not only by Ellen Page and Michael Cera, but also by J. K. Simmons as Juno’s Dad, Allison Janney as her step mother, Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner as the yuppie couple who become the perspective adoptive parents of Juno’s baby.

Now this movie has some things in common with Knocked Up, Judd Apatow’s comedy hit of earlier in the year, but in a way it’s also a kind of a smart girl’s or a feminist answer to that movie, which was about male sexual anxiety. This movie insists that girls are smart and funny and also make mistakes and have trouble grappling with the demands of growing up.

And Ellen Page’s performance is really extraordinary, this girl Juno is smart, sardonic, cynical, sensitive.

All of these complicated feelings and emotions and responses wrapped up in this compact but ever-growing package. This movie’s gotten a lot of attention as it’s made its way toward theatres on the festival circuit, there’s a lot of Oscar talk. I think it may be in danger of becoming a little bit overrated, but it is a wonderfully satisfying clever sharp comedy, well worth seeking.

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