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Quick question - does the film juno have a happy or a sad ending?

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LovelyTinOfSpam Sat 18-Jul-09 20:01:09

Suuposed to be a good film but read the precis and it sounds like it might have a sad ending.

Not up to it at the moment - just had baby and a bit hormonal!

So is it happy or sad?


SoWhat Sat 18-Jul-09 20:02:24

Happy if I remember correctly.

Wilts Sat 18-Jul-09 20:02:44


expatinscotland Sat 18-Jul-09 20:02:58

A stupid one.

Such an unbelievable crock.

Oh, a 35-year-old in a 16-year-old's body. Yeah, right.

LovelyTinOfSpam Sat 18-Jul-09 20:04:49

Oh stupid I can deal with, won't be paying attention properly as MN anyway.

Just don't want to end up sobbing!

Thanks all!

Thandeka Sat 18-Jul-09 20:05:46

I still cried though.

But its happy.

Well bittersweet happy.

expatinscotland Sat 18-Jul-09 20:06:36

I cried for the time I wasted watching that over-rated crock.

pickupthismess Sat 18-Jul-09 20:23:30

I thought it was really sad actually,although it was meant to be happy (don't want gove the ending away).

littlerach Sat 18-Jul-09 20:27:42

I cried blush

Jbck Sat 18-Jul-09 20:30:01

You've just had a baby, don't watch it you'll just cry all the way through. It's not that sad though.

Hassled Sat 18-Jul-09 20:34:09

Do not watch it if you've just had a baby. You will be a basket case by the end of it. I think it's a great film, and the end is bitter sweet rather than downright sad, but really, pick something else.

LovelyTinOfSpam Sat 18-Jul-09 20:43:04

Oh but I'm watching it now!

Not sobbing yet they just been to meet the adopting couple.

Does she keep it? Guessing she doesn't, hence the sobbing...

Expat I would give you back the hour or 2 if i could grin

expatinscotland Sat 18-Jul-09 20:50:26

you really wanna know?

because i'll be happy to tell you if you don't want to waste your time .

PartOfTheHumphreysGroup Sat 18-Jul-09 20:52:04

What is it about having babies that makes you want to watch anything to do with babies?? We never watch films but somehow made dp watch this within a couple of months of giving birth!
It's happy afair.. Not going to give away ending but don't think I blubbed..

PartOfTheHumphreysGroup Sat 18-Jul-09 20:53:13

Oh yeah and it is fairly shit, but there is nothing better on the tv at the moment!

expatinscotland Sat 18-Jul-09 20:54:48

It's mega unbelievable shit.

The Juno character and her boyfriend are so far off unbelievable for 16-year-olds it's ridiculous.

Even my mom thought it was dumb and she liked Mamma Mia!

expatinscotland Sat 18-Jul-09 20:55:17

Sorry, so far off believable.

LovelyTinOfSpam Sat 18-Jul-09 21:06:01

Well it's chuntering away in the background so far no trauma.

Mind you IU can't imagine it being as bad as torchwood, which was on from the week I came home from hosp, and had me nearly in hysterics...

Expat I am getting a vibe that you're not too keen on this film?

expatinscotland Sat 18-Jul-09 21:12:10

you wanna know the end?

LovelyTinOfSpam Sat 18-Jul-09 21:13:50

Hmmmmmmm no on balance...

Did predict adopty couple splitting up though.

It's not as bad as a lot of shite formulaic american tosh I've had the misfortune to experience.

PartOfTheHumphreysGroup Sat 18-Jul-09 21:21:30

Tbh I can't actually remember the ending gripping stuff...

monkeyfeathers Sat 18-Jul-09 21:22:31

I thought Juno was terrible, but for some reason I watched it again on Sky because there was nothing else on recently. It's still terrible. Juno is really irritating.

I also thought that the whole message of the film was dubious to say the least.

expatinscotland Sat 18-Jul-09 21:24:04

I couldn't agree more, monkey.

LovelyTinOfSpam Sat 18-Jul-09 21:24:07

The baby doesn't die does it?

Would be torchwood hysterics all over again hmm

expatinscotland Sat 18-Jul-09 21:24:47

no, the baby doesn't die.

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