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Juno DVD - £2.99 at Play

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Juno DVD - £2.99 at Play - next best £3.97 at Tesco Fresh, original, and ceaselessly entertaining Jason Reitman's Juno is one of the brightest and funniest comedies of the decade. With scathingly s… Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Juno DVD - £2.99 at Play - next best £3.97 at Tesco

Fresh, original, and ceaselessly entertaining Jason Reitman's Juno is one of the brightest and funniest comedies of the decade. With scathingly sharp dialogue and intangible character chemistry, Juno is a coming-of-age film that is consistently funny and effortlessly cool.

Sixteen-year-old Minnesota high-school student Juno Maguff (Ellen Page) is a rebellious, outwardly confident and highly articulate teenager with a penchant for seventies punk and Dario Argento horror. Faced with an unexpected pregnancy, the result of an experimental encounter with calm, amiable, and sweetly reserved best friend Paulie Bleeker (Michael Cera), Juno has to make the biggest decision of her life. Weighing up her options with reliable and quirky cheerleader friend Leah (Olivia Thirlby), brazen Juno chooses to carry out the pregnancy and scour the local ads paper for potential adoptive parents for her unborn child. In the young yuppie couple of cool, laidback Mark (Jason Bateman) and meticulous, child-needy Vanessa (Jennifer Garner), Juno finds seemingly perfect prospective parents. So as Juno delves into the unknown responsibility of a very adult world, will everything go according to plan?

The sensational performances of the entire cast particularly Ellen Page (Hard Candy) and Michael Cera (Superbad) enable you to become hopelessly and happily lost in the story and with Jason Reitman's seamless direction and real-life attention to detail, much like Judd Apatow's Knocked Up, Juno bristles with vitality and heart. But it's the edgy freshness of first-time scriptwriter Diablo Cody's quick-fire dialogue that really makes Juno such a warm, wonderful, and inspired comedy. Bearing a resemblance to the similarly idiosyncratic Little Miss Sunshine, Juno portrays ordinary - ordinarily eccentric - people dealing with difficult situations with humour, warmth, and decency.
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ellen page = most annoying brat ever
#2
peterjmay
ellen page = most annoying brat ever

rep +
#3
peterjmay
ellen page = most annoying brat ever


Nah - I like her acting - really liked this film too :thumbsup:

Watched Whip It! the other day courtesy of HUKD - great fun :thumbsup: (that'll be another you won't want to see perterj ;-))
#4
Same price @play.com as it was over 7 months ago so hardly what id call a HOT deal, more like a same price for an ancient dvd!

This sort of posting of almost every ancient £2.99 dvd and cd is taking over this site and hides the REAL new hot deals imo

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/458422/juno-dvd-2-99-delivered-play-com
#5
jase.2
Same price @play.com as it was over 7 months ago so hardly what id call a HOT deal, more like a same price for an ancient dvd!

This sort of posting of almost every ancient £2.99 dvd and cd is taking over this site and hides the REAL new hot deals imo

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/458422/juno-dvd-2-99-delivered-play-com


ooo-er! consider yourself told

I do agree however!:whistling:
#6
Pork Swords
#7
this was 2.99 at amazon and hmv last xmas i remember...
#8
One of the Sh*ttest films I've ever seen
#9
peterjmay
ellen page = most annoying brat ever


I beg to differ. Whilst this film wasn't her best role, she did win awards for it - so all those critics can't be wrong.

Also, until you've seen her in "An American Crime" playing the role of Sylvia Lykens (based on a true story of her torture and murder), you can't really judge her performance by this film alone.

Personally I believe she's a rising star, and is promising to look out for.
#10
peterjmay
ooo-er! consider yourself told

I do agree however!:whistling:


+1

I've almost given up with DVD offers on HUKD - half the time the 'hot' deals are the same price or more expensive than they were months earlier and when there are real bargains they are cancelled or take two weeks to deliver. (not HUKDs fault but a feature of how the retailers are playing us all for fools of late...). BUT there is the occasional REAL bargain (usually they don't get to be HOT even) so it's worth plodding through the less exciting deals :thumbsup:
#11
Junk movie, and an even worse shop Play.com. Voted cold
#12
Great film, but I think it has been this price for several months (it was definitely £2.99 when I thought about buying it a while back).
#13
its a great film, Ellen Page, as usual is fantastic.
Its not your usual mundane $20 million bore, so i can see why people might not reach its level
#14
Narfette
its a great film, Ellen Page, as usual is fantastic.
Its not your usual mundane $20 million bore, so i can see why people might not reach its level


oh yes oh wise one:roll:
banned#15
Overated and with a very PC ending.

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