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Movie Review: YOUNG ADULT Is Funny And Scathing And Honest And Sad
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‘Young Adult’ review: Charlize Theron plays mean to perfection
Find out what movies Jim GaffiganLinda Hamiltonand more are watching during the holidays. Watch now. A struggling mother of three forms an unexpected bond with the night nanny hired to help with her newborn baby.
S creenwriter Diablo Cody's first film, Juno, was full of scared teenagers who talked like thirtysomethings; this new one is full of scared thirtysomethings who talk like teenagers. Recently divorced, she lives alone in a smart apartment in Minneapolis, chugging Diet Coke to cure her hangovers, watching daytime TV and writing less and less. But it is specifically her vocation as a writer that is infantilising her and driving her ever so slightly bonkers. Instantly, Mavis is seized by a new project: she will return to this place and destroy Buddy's marriage — because clearly she and Buddy are meant to be together.