One Year has passed, and Juno MacGuff (Ellen Page) is once again up to her usual shenanigans
She is being forced to go through events no 17 year old girl should when she finds out the woman to whom she gave her baby is a mad scientist whose one goal in life is to make a half human, half robot baby!
One day while Vanessa Loring (Jennifer Garner) is installing a microchip in to Zlandor5000’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) brain, a bucket of toxic waste falls and spills allover the infant turning him into a killing machine.
Now Zlandors5000 is out to destroy Earth and, most importantly, find his birth mother and kill her.
With the pressures of growing up, High School and boy problems with the father of her baby, Paulie Bleeker (Michael Cera), what will Juno do now that an infant droid with a bad case of murderous colic is out to kill her?
Well, this sassy, sharptongued teen has not changed a bit. Even with a half-human, half-robot baby out to kill her, she still has that care-free attitude that made us all fall in love with her in the first place. This action/horror/romantic comedy/softcore
porno/thriller/musical is sureto keep you on the edge of your seat for the whole 321 minutes.
“Juno 2: A Baby’s Revenge” was written, directed and produced by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
“I loved the first “Juno”, said the Austrian born star, “the story was so touching and heart warming. This young girl was so brave and witty I
left the theater feeling that she could do anything.”
Why the sequel? “I wanted to put her to the test. If she can defeat a half human half robot baby and still remain her corky sassy self then she
truly can do anything.”
Schwarzenegger was so invested in the film he put 4 trillion of California’s (the state that he governs) tax dollars into it. Many say that is the reason why California’s economy is in such turmoil.
If that is the cause, I say it was worth it. “Juno 2: A Baby’s Revenge” is quite possibly the best movie I have ever seen. I give it 5000 Gold stars and millions of thumbs way, way up.
Schwarzenegger’s performance as the oneyear old Zlandor5000, the half human half robot baby, was his best to date.
If he doesn’t get an Oscar, there is no justice. Many times I found myself forgetting the very foundation’s of what makes a baby a baby (not being able to walk, crying constantly, pooping itself etc), and instead thinking, “Wow this baby is so awesome, and so evil,” I truly did get lost in the character.
Many may disagree with me, but I honestly could not see anyone nailing the role of Zlandor5000 the way Schwarzenegger did. Yes, it would have been more realistic to have an actually baby play the part, but let me ask you this: Could a real baby have swords for legs, a machine gun for an arm, and lasers shooting out of its eyes?
And still make it look as cool?
Page’s performance was good as well. She is very good at being sassy in the face of adversity.
There is some good news for all the Michael Cera fans. Not only does he get prolonged on-screen action, unlike the last “Juno” where he got around five minutes of camera time, he is in “Juno 2: a Baby’s Revenge” for a good portion of “Juno 2: A Baby’s Revenge”.
“Which one is he? Is that the girly man with the girly short shorts?” Schwarzenegger said when asked about Cera’s performance.
This film will make you laugh, cry and in some extreme cases vomit. The Film is rated PG and comes out June 14, so get ready and come prepared for the ride of your life