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Indie Movies Can Be Sexist, Too

"Quirky" Hollywood heroines can be just as sexistly-rendered as the glam ones, as feminist reaction to 500 Days of Summer demonstrates.

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The Opposite of Choice

Where are the movies about the women whose paths lie in between the extremes portrayed in “Juno” and “4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days” — who may be legally able to do whatever they want with their bodies but feel pressure that limits their freedom to choose?

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Suburban Legend

Does the film “Juno” suggest that teen pregnancy is not the national scourge it’s made out to be? Yes, but underneath, the film is an suburban fairy tale.

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Juno Misses Chance to Address Abortion Honestly

Juno misrepresents the reality of abortion in America, and of abortion clinics in particular. While there is much about Juno as a witty and promising young person to admire; there is much about Juno as a film to resent and regret.

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