“... Witty And Poignant ... A Very Sweet Movie.”
“This Movie Is Nothing More Than A Film Celebrating A Teen's Search For Self-identity, Only To Find It Through A Consequence-free Pregnancy”
“"Greatly Directed, Well Written, Heart-Warmingly Origanal, Diablo Has True Talent."”
“Every Year Has A Movie That's The " Little Film That Could". 2008 Was Slumdog Millionaire, 2006 Was Little Miss Sunshine And 2007's Was Juno. ”
“Teen Pregnancy Never Sounded So Good!”
“I Thought This Movie Was A Good Movie. But I Really Liked The Ending She Gives Her Baby To That 1 Chick. And She Didnt Get To Keep It, I Mean I Know It Was The Right Thing To Do But Its Whatever”
“It Has What Needs To Be In A Good Movie”
“Vary Great Movie”
“"Honest To Blog?"”
“Gift Of Life?”
“SWEET N FUUNY ”
“Smart And Funny”
“"What Other Chinanigans Can I Get Into?"... CLASSIC! =D”
“GREATEST MOVIE EVER!!!”
“Worth All The Praise? Not Really But Worth The Watch.”
“Slow But Not Bad ”
“I Pretty Much Thought That This Was The Best Movie Of 2007”
“A Sarcastic Purge Festival!!”
“ELLEN PAGE IS THE LATEST TEENAGE RAGE!!! YET ANOTHER FILM TALENT FROM CANADA”
“As Far As Movies Go, Juno Is Totally Boss”
“A Well Done Serious Comedy”
“Juno Was A Movie Of Very Funny, But Seriuos Events. ”
“Prepare For The Year Of The Juno Oscars!”
“Juno’s Sincerity Is What Makes The Film Work”
“This Film Defines The Term "Feel Good Movie"”
“You Should've Gone To China, You Know, 'cause I Hear They Give Away Babies Like Free IPods. You Know, They Pretty Much Just Put Them In Those T-shirt Guns And Shoot Them Out At Sporting Events. ”
“Beat Me With My Funny Bone”
“Perfect Direction Combinded With A Great Story And Stand Out Acting By The Whole Cast Easily Make This One Of My Favorite Films This Year.”
“Three Words For Diablo Cody And Ellen Page: Prepare Oscar Speech.”
“Director Jason Reitman Has Made A Classic Film, Bringing An Understated Simplicity In This Hilarious, Yet Emotional Movie.”
“It's A Cute Story With Plenty Of Laughs. Ellen Page Is Wonderful In The Title Role.”
A blithe charmer balanced somewhere between a life-should-be-so-neat fairy tale and a life's-a-real-bitch tragicomedy.
Lisa Schwarzbaum - Entertainment Weekly
Juno respects the idiosyncrasies of its characters rather than exaggerating them or holding them up for ridicule.
A.O. Scott - New York Times
The engaging story, coupled with the character's likable quirkiness, makes for a film bristling with vitality and heart, without resorting to glibness or sentimentality.
Claudia Puig - USA Today
It transcends its own genre. Only superficially a teen comedy, the movie redounds with postmodern -- but emotionally genuine -- gravitas.
Desson Thomson - Washington Post
That smart, hip, human comedy you've been waiting for all year? The one with dialogue like a sugar rush and performances like grace notes? It's called Juno and it just arrived in theaters. Go forth and multiplex.
Ty Burr - Boston Globe
By the end, it's unexpectedly moving without ever once trolling for crocodile tears. It's a sneak attack.
Robert Wilonsky - Village Voice
It is certainly the feel-good movie of the season, and credit for that goes to the gifted [director] Reitman, novice screenwriter Diablo Cody and the film's sensational lead actress, Ellen Page.
Jack Mathews - New York Daily News
Joe Morgenstern - Wall Street Journal
Juno is unerring, compassionate and funny as heck.
Lisa Kennedy - Denver Post
Prepare yourself for the Juno generation.
David Edelstein - New York Magazine
Juno is a coming-of-age movie made with idiosyncratic charm and not a single false note.
David Denby - New Yorker
A fresh, quirky, unusually intelligent comedy about a 16-year-old girl who wins our hearts in the first scene.
Roger Ebert - Chicago Sun-Times
It takes Juno about 15 minutes to calm down and get its joke reflex in check. ... And by the end you've fallen in love with the thing.
Michael Phillips - Chicago Tribune
The movie is distinctive for its complicated emotions.
J. R. Jones - Chicago Reader
What kind of movie is Juno? The rarity that plucks your heartstrings while tickling them.
Carrie Rickey - Philadelphia Inquirer
Juno invites you into a world you won't want to leave.
Colin Covert - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Juno is the best movie of the year. It's the best screenplay of the year, and it features the best actress of the year working with the best acting ensemble of the year.
Tom Long - Detroit News
Once [Page] - and her character - move beyond the too-cool-for-school act, Juno becomes something special, and memorable.
Bill Goodykoontz - Arizona Republic
Juno represents an almost magical configuration of very talented people with very much the same brand of whipsaw humor.
Andrew Sarris - New York Observer
The snappy, new wave dialogue and a sprightly cast that considers suburban insanity as normal as an addiction to nasal spray and one-calorie breath mints turns Juno into an incendiary comic spree.
Rex Reed - New York Observer
Dialogue and pic overall are saved from cloying glibness by the fact that Juno is not only a smarty-pants, but also genuinely smart and self-possessed, even if her condition occasionally threatens her composure.
Todd McCarthy - Variety
Hollywood's Woman of the Year is a pregnant 16-year-old, the incredibly hip, smart-mouthed and totally endearing heroine of the wise and witty Juno.
Lou Lumenick - New York Post
The best thing about this movie is that for all its wiseacre badinage, it's utterly believable about the most basic of human situations.
Peter Howell - Toronto Star
The film's forced quirkiness constantly threatens to derail the entire enterprise. But it keeps being put back on track by the apparently effortless performance of a great young actress.
Liam Lacey - Globe and Mail
This is an indie crowd pleaser that's much more enjoyable -- in other words, not nearly as horrifying -- as Little Miss Sunshine.
Stephanie Zacharek - Salon.com
With a charismatic lead performance from Page and a plaintive score of indie-rock songs, Juno seems poised to be the season's youth-culture hit.
Dana Stevens - Slate
Juno, directed by Jason Reitman, is smart, witty, and engaging -- three ingredients that, when applied to any film, comprise a recipe for success.
James Berardinelli - ReelViews
Actually, all performances are sharp, which shows what can happen when actors get to play characters and deliver lines that bristle with originality.
Kirk Honeycutt - Hollywood Reporter
Juno is the kind of movie all indie comedies wish they could be: light and lovable, perhaps a bit too pleased with the cleverness of its dialogue, but a small charmer nonetheless.
Christy Lemire - Associated Press
Juno is not a great movie; it does not have aspirations in that direction. But it is, in its little way, a truthful, engaging and welcome entertainment.
Richard Schickel - TIME Magazine
Juno is more than a few smiles - it makes you laugh deeply. It's one from the bruised heart.
Peter Travers - Rolling Stone
Juno is hilarious and sweet-tempered, perceptive and surprisingly grounded. It's also a gust of fresh air, perspective-wise.
Carina Chocano - Los Angeles Times
A bouncing baby that seems destined to grow into a classic.
Ali Gray - TheShiznit.co.uk
Nell Minow - Movie Mom at Yahoo! Movies
Hank Sartin - Time Out
Melissa Anderson - Time Out
Sadly, while Juno may be able to carry a big bun in her oven, this film can't quite bear the heavy burden of expectation so well.
Ben Rawson-Jones - Digital Spy
'Juno' is on some counts unrealistic and does not probe deeply, but it has undeniable charm.
Donald J. Levit - ReelTalk Movie Reviews
Little Miss Rain Clouds
Thomas Peyser - Style Weekly (Richmond, VA)
Ellen Page's performance is the key to Juno's journey, and she unerringly nuances her character's blithe self-assuredness with just the right notes of uncertainty and innocence.
Steven D. Greydanus - Decent Films Guide
Jason Reitman directs Juno with just the light touch it needs, and Page is surrounded by terrific supporting performances all around. This could be the sleeper hit of the year.
Jean Lowerison - San Diego Metropolitan
Juno is the best kind of comedy: one that makes you laugh, but not at the expense of your emotions.
James Kendrick - Q Network Film Desk
- St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Screenwriter Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman make Juno the marvelously un-still center of a wistfully acerbic comedy that qualifies as a feminized version of Knocked Up.
Bob Mondello - NPR.org
- Atlanta Journal-Constitution
One of the best films of the year.
Jason Zingale - Bullz-Eye.com
Even if you knew nothing of Juno going in, it's easy to pick up on the fact that the movie's voice is unlike any you've heard in a while -- it's totally fresh, in every sense of the word.
Brian Marder - Hollywood.com
Fierce without being cruel, sweet without becoming saccharine, and never short of hilarious, it's not only the best comedy of the year, but one of the best films, period.
Christopher Orr - New Republic