Juno has got to be one of the most heartless movies I’ve seen that was attempting to be heartfelt.
This is not a complaint toward the drama of the movie, which was competent, but a meta-critique: if we are held accountable for sins against fictional character then Diablo Cody will have to answer for her treatment of Vanessa (played by Jennifer Garner). How can you rip the heart from the heart & soul of the movie?
Seriously? This movie promotes the idea that you should find someone who loves you for who you are. Thank you, Disneyland, may I have some pixie-dust with that?