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Genres:
Comedy | Drama
Resolution:
1280*720
Size:
602.87M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976
Language:
English  
Run Time:
94 min
IMDB Rating:
6.6 / 10 
MPR:
R
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17
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5
Directors: Jason Reitman [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Soon after her divorce, a fiction writer returns to her home in small-town Minnesota, looking to rekindle a romance with her ex-boyfriend, who is now happily married and has a newborn daughter.

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Reviews

There has always been something so inward about [Theron;] she can seem detached or deprived. But here it's as if the script and the direction felt bound to heed that loneliness, and let the actress go with her bravery and the depressive sag of her mouth.

One of the worst movies ever!

I wouldn't even give this a 1 if I didn't have to.

I believe in some point in a movie you should somehow connect with the main character...even if they are a bad person. Not even a little bit of me wanted this to turn out good for her. I would have rather seen her end the movie sad and depressed rather than uplifted.

This was a waste of my time. I was a big fan of JUNO and other movies by Diablo Cody and am disappointed that this came from her. She must have peaked at Juno.

The only good thing I can say about this movie is that Patton Oswald is fabulous and delivered his character well. You felt sorry for him but also hoped that he would get out of his funk. The story would have been better if he were the main character.

Charlize Theron on Self-Discovery!

'Young Adult' is the fourth feature of Jason Reitman, whose movies have always had a refreshing indie feel. When I look back to his filmography, I think they all have these protagonists who are in process of self- discovery. Over the course of events, they found the new one/lost one of themselves. 'Young Adult' also joins this culture.

Marvis Gary, played confidently by Charlize Theron, is an adult writer of 'Y.A. (Young Adult/Teen) Literature' living in a big city, far away from home for a long time. Her daily routine seems to be like all the lonely writers- writing, sleeping, eating, drinking, and then sleeping again. Course changes when she receives an invitation from her ex, Buddy, for a baby naming ceremony and then she is back, back to the memories of her 'glorious' past, as she likes to think of it. Marvis has always been a popular girl in high school, we learn that from numerous conversations. Now she is a struggling (her series is about to be canceled) writer living alone in a city and dealing with a recent divorce. It's no surprise that she wants to relive her popularity and more specifically, get his ex back. I think, because of living in this teenage world while writing literature and also having fame during here teenage, she's still stuck in that phase. She's still a 'young adult.' Which might be the reason why she still thinks that life can change the tracks and get her and Buddy back, like in the movies. We learn that Buddy is a happily married man and a father. And soon, over the course of events, Marvis also comes out of her illusion and teenage dreams and faces reality. Like I said, it ends with a self-discovery.

Reitman knows what he's doing. Like all of his other movies, he doesn't try to stuff you up with heavy emotions. Even the most melodramatic events would be presented with a light and refreshing approach in his movies. That's where his vision stands out. And Charlize Theron does a wonderful job supplementing Jason Reitman's vision.
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