Common culture part 4 - Professor Marx Popular Culture 25...

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Professor Marx Popular Culture 25 February 2008 I feel that the movie Juno is about growing up and coming into your own. Juno MacGuff learns that she is pregnant, and where most movies then show you how everything goes wrong with a person at this point, Juno shows a strong young women finding her way. Juno decides to have the child and give it to a young couple who can’t have their own child. The movie takes you through Juno’s pregnancy and shows her grow up emotionally. She realizes many things about love and life in general. She finds out about love from her father and from other relationships she sees throughout the movie. Juno also learns to express her feeling with music. In historical context this movie uses music and movies from past generations to bring adults and teenagers together. The movie uses rock mainly from the 70’s and 90’s and brings the characters of Juno and Mark together. Mark and Juno also share interest in horror movies. The thing that really helps is the fact that old is new again in this day
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course SSCI 102 taught by Professor Marx during the Winter '08 term at Columbus State Community College.

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