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 okay, so, when i posted on friday night, i said that i would probably review Now You See Me on saturday. the reason it took this long was because i went to see it again. um. 

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i'm going to type this out before i forget my thoughts and then collapse into bed (metaphorically. physically, i'm already IN bed, but you know what i mean). spring break is almost over and i am STILL not accustomed to staying up late.

so! i just finished Juno, as per my friend's request that i watch "the most amazing movie in the entire world that will change your view on favorite movies." now, my friend is a very bubbly and not-that-smart person, and so i didn't really expect to be that impressed. and damn, was i wrong.

first of all. michael cera. okay, scott pilgrim is both my favorite graphic novel and my favorite movie. and michael cera makes a perfect scott pilgrim, making him automatically my favorite actor. and him being in this movie just made it all the more great.

(break: in case you don't know, Juno is a movie about a sixteen year old who gets pregnant ((michael cera is the dad!!)) and plans to give the baby to this couple who can't have one. juno herself is a sort of punk rock teenager who just wants to make the family happy and have the baby be safe. okay, moving on.)

JUNO. the character. wow. i love her so much, from her personality type to her taste in music/movies/boys. she is so wonderfully punk-yet-toned-down and still like a sassy little saint at the same time. i think you'd have to watch the movie to understand.

seriously. watch the movie. in the first ten minutes, the main character transports a whole set of living room furniture from one house to another person's yard in order to inform that person (michael cera) of her untimely pregnancy. if you didn't already want to watch this movie, you do now.



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