Posts tagged "Juno"

Adam Green’s Aladdin: Sex, Drugs and Video Games

by J. Mo It’s not easy reviewing the soundtrack to a movie you haven’t seen, especially when that movie is Adam Green’s part-Kickstarter-funded, psychedelic, satirical, hyper-sensory retelling of the Aladdin story. Nevertheless, I shall have a go. Like many people, I became aware of Adam Green and his earlier incarnation The Moldy Peaches when they […]

Juno

by Joanna Orland Not named after a city in Alaska, or the Canadian music awards, Juno is about a teenaged girl (named Juno) who finds herself pregnant and decides to give the baby up for adoption. Juno is THE big hype of 2008 so far, nominated for awards left right and centre. Ellen Page in […]

The Times BFI 51st London Film Festival

by Joanna Orland This is the third year that Loose Lips has ‘done’ the London Film Festival. This year seemed to bring out even bigger stars as the likes of Tom Cruise, Robert Redford, Halle Berry and Christian Bale. Some great films such as Juno, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford […]

Juno – TIFF

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Features, Film | by — September 9, 2007

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by AP Jason Reitman’s new film “Juno” had its Canadian premiere September 8 at the Toronto International Film Festival. I really enjoyed Reitman’s “Thank You for Smoking” and short films, so I definitely wanted to see this one. Tickets were hard to come by – they sold out in advance ordering and I was only […]