YMMV / Juno

  • Awesome Music: The soundtrack. The Moldy Peaches' "Anyone Else But You" is now inseparable from the movie.
  • Base-Breaking Character: Vanessa is either a Woobie who wants to be a mother or a reckless, self-centered Jerkass who doesn't have the emotional fortitude or the know-how to do so. There's seemingly no gray area; people who see the film are either with her or against her.
  • Genius Bonus: While the movie mentions that Juno's named after the Roman goddess Juno, it doesn't mention that one of the main domains of the goddess is childbirth.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: After Ellen Page came out, it is ironic that Juno suggested giving the baby to "a couple of nice lesbos"
  • Love It or Hate It: Less the movie so much as the dialogue. Its quirkiness is either a huge part of its charm or deeply obnoxious.
  • Misaimed Fandom: Not by a whole lot, but pregnancy fetishists have a great admiration for this movie, especially the scene in which Juno enthusiastically rolls up her shirt for Vanessa at the mall.
    • And then there's those that use the film as a tool to promote pro-life or pro-choice arguments with regards to abortion, when Word of God indicates that the film was meant to be neutral on the subject.
  • No Yay: Mark and Juno, when they dance together.
    • Mark and Juno in general. More than one viewer might have thought this movie was about to take a turn into much creepier adulterous May-December Romance territory with the way Mark kept being so friendly to Juno and the way she kept spending time alone with him, but no, that's not what happens.
  • Ron the Death Eater / The Scrappy: Vanessa is subject to this by haters of the film.
  • Squick: Oh, GOD. Those PORK SWORDS!!!
  • What Do You Mean, It's Not Political?: In vain with Misaimed Fandom above, there are pro-life activists who use the film as a tool against abortion although Ellen Page herself is pro-choice.
  • The Woobie: Depending on who you ask, Vanessa.