Juno And Mean Girls Film Analysis

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Many films such as Juno and Mean Girls explore issues and problems face in an average teenagers life. Juno and Mean Girls are two different movies but are both aimed at teenagers and they both raise major issues and problems are faced by thousands of teenagers. Juno is about a 16 year old girl who gets pregnant by accident she is faced with being treated differently and making hard decisions for both herself and her baby. Mean Girls looks more at high school life, with all the cliques and back stabbing. Mean Girls also follows a lower class group (The Art Freaks) trying to destroy the high class group (The Plastics). Cady Heron the new student who just moved from Africa helps undergo this plan because she is both good friends with both groups.…show more content…
Juno MacGuff is very different from the typical American teen. Juno is very laid back and doesn’t care what people say or think about her she wear tomboy (more guy like) clothes in comparison to her best friend Leah who is very girly. She sees the world differently to everyone else and she is quite obsessed with music. Juno know that she is different and doesn’t mind it she mostly praises her differentness. Lots of people look at her and judge her by her looks. Bleekers mum also says to bleeker “You know how I feel about Juno… She’s just… Different!” Juno sees herself as an individual a one of a kind and she is not bothers about it because she never complains or has a go at people for staring or for what they say about her. A part of the movie that really makes us see Juno as an individual and completely different to everyone else is when she is in the school and walking down the hall way to do to her class and everyone is walking the opposite way to her which makes it harder for her to get where she is going and this scene shows how different she really is and symbolises that she doesn’t fit…show more content…
Mean Girls is sending a message to say take responsibility for your before it gets worse. In Mean Girls Cady acts like an innocent bystander and doesn’t own up to anything she has done. When she keeps ditching her real friends Janice and Damian and then denies doing it. When Cady was at Regina’s house and writing stuff in the burn book and talking about people behind their backs and says “ I know it may seem like I’ve become a bitch, but that’s only because I was acting like a bitch” She was in denial of doing anything wrong and she was just acting. In the office after the ‘burn book’ was spread across the school Cady denied she had taken any part in it, But after all the denying and lying everyone saw her for the backstabber she is and Janice saw us way before everyone. After Cady ditched Janice and Damian for the millionth time Janice cracked and said “Oh! At least me and Regina George know we’re mean! You try to act like you innocent like “I used to live in Africa with all the little birdies and the little monkeys” ”. After denying everything and becoming the most hated person in the school she realised “Calling somebody else fat won’t make me any skinner. Calling somebody else stupid doesn’t make you any smarter. And ruining Regina Georges life defiantly didn’t make me feel any happier. All you can do in life is try to solve the problem in front of you”. Cady was

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