Juno (2007): Brief Review

Juno directed by Jason Reitman (2007), is a film about mid-teen kids dealing with adult decisions and consequences after their experimental exploration of sex while keeping a sense of humor. This story is hilarious but truly grounded in a sense. There is love between all of the characters on a certain level even if it just reflects as respect. The humor and story were enjoyable when it was released and it still is to this day. While not exactly timeless it does show a teenage girl experience through the world. It has quick quips and dumb girl humor at a time when selfish boy humor was reigning in films such as Superbad (which we will talk about at another time). Everything about this film was enjoyable. Not the best thing to ever be made but not the worst. Probably about average for a film but still really enjoyable.

Watched on Netflix.

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