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Mavis Gary : Hey, do you know this girl named Beth? She married Buddy Slade from school. Sandra Freehauf : Yeah, I know that Beth.
Soon after her divorce, a fiction writer returns to her home in small-town Minnesota, looking to rekindle a romance with her ex-boyfriend, who is now happily married and has a newborn daught Read all Soon after her divorce, a fiction writer returns to her home in small-town Minnesota, looking to rekindle a romance with her ex-boyfriend, who is now happily married and has a newborn daughter.
Soon after her divorce, a fiction writer returns to her home in small-town Minnesota, looking to rekindle a romance with her ex-boyfriend, who is now happily married and has a newborn daughter. Mavis Gary : Hey, do you know this girl named Beth? She married Buddy Slade from school. Sandra Freehauf : Yeah, I know that Beth. Mavis Gary : What do you think of her? Sandra Freehauf : I don't really like her. I mean, I think you're way prettier than she is.
What happened to your dress? I'm sorry, did I say something wrong? What's wrong? What did I say? Mavis Gary : I have a lot of problems. Sandra Freehauf : Can't you get a new dress? Mavis Gary : It's really difficult for me to be happy. And then for other people it just seems so simple. I know.
They just grow up and they're so fulfilled. Sandra Freehauf : I don't feel fulfilled. And frankly, if you don't feel fulfilled with all the stuff that you have. Mavis Gary : I need to change, Sandra. Sandra Freehauf : No you don't. Sandra Freehauf : You're the only person in Mercury who could write a book or wear a dress like that. Mavis Gary : I'm sure there's plenty of other people who could. Sandra Freehauf : Everyone here is fat and dumb. Mavis Gary : Don't say that. I mean, you think so?
Sandra Freehauf : Everyone wishes that they could be like you. You know, living in the big city all famous and beautiful and all that.
Mavis Gary : I'm not really famous. Sandra Freehauf : Well, you know, special or whatever. I mean, some days when I have a slow shift at work I'll sit and think about you living in your cool apartment, going out and stuff. It seems really nice. Mavis Gary : Yeah, but most people here seem so happy with so little. It's like they don't even seem to care what happens to them.
Sandra Freehauf : That's because it doesn't matter what happens to them. They're nothing. Might as well die. Fuck Mercury. In. Play trailer Comedy Drama. Director Jason Reitman.
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More like this. Watch options. Storyline Edit. Thirty-seven year old Mavis Gary seems incapable of happiness. She has had one failed marriage with no romance in her immediate horizon. She ghosts writes a young adult series of books, which has just been canceled due to low sales. She is in the process of writing the last book, with which she is having a mental block. She lives vicariously through Kendall Strickland, the teenaged female heroine in her books, as like Kendall she believes her high school years were the best years of her life when she was the prom queen.
When she receives news that her high school beau, Buddy Slade, and his wife, Beth Slade, have just had their first child, Mavis takes it as a that she and Buddy are meant to be together. As such, she devises a false pretense to travel from her Minneapolis home back her her old hometown of Mercury, Minnesota to reclaim Buddy from Beth. As Mavis slyly or not so slyly does whatever she can to hang out with Buddy, even in Beth's company if need be, she also runs into another old high school colleague named Matt Freehauf.
She barely remembers Matt until she is reminded that he was the "hate crime" kid i. Matt ends up being Mavis' drinking buddy and confidante, Matt, in turn, who tries to be Mavis' voice of reason to get her out of her delusional state about Buddy and get a grip on reclaiming her life as a functioning adult. Everyone gets old.
Not everyone grows up.
Rated R for language and some sexual content. Did you know Edit. Trivia The word processor file in which Mavis composes her novel throughout the film is titled "pieceofshit. While thought to be a mistake, the cup re "KGC" because for a short while, Kentucky Fried Chicken tried to rebrand itself as Kentucky Grilled Chicken, offering a healthier option to their original fried chicken. The cup bears the new, short-lived KGC logo. Quotes Mavis Gary : Hey, do you know this girl named Beth? Mavis Gary : What?
User reviews Review. Top review. If nothing else, 'Young Adult' is a breath of fresh air. Written by Juno creator Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman, YA is like a distant sequel - if Juno had moved to the city, got married and divorced and started drinking. It's not afraid to show broken characters battling their own demons and the mundane and sometimes bleak suburban existence.
Charlize Theron played Mavis, a relatively successful teen fiction author in Minneapolis who's reached a crossro. Recently divorced and struggling to write her latest novel, she receives an from her high school flame Buddy Patrick Wilson announcing his new baby. Mavis convinces herself that Buddy still loves her - despite being happily married to Beth Elizabeth Reaser — and goes back to Minnesota to win him back. Along the way she meets Matt Patton Oswalta short, fat, reclusive man still emotionally and physically scarred by a hate crime in high school, who was all but ignored by the younger Mavis despite being locker-mates.
Despite her intentions for Buddy, Mavis and Matt bond. The unlikely relationship between Mavis and Matt is, for me, is the highlight of the movie: Matt sees through Mavis' charade and isn't afraid to let her know about it, being downright rude at times, he's not the "Mr. Nice Guy" you may expect. The chemistry between Theron and Oswalt is brilliant. While they may be worlds apart socially and physically, their relationship is believable. After "uglying herself up" for 'Monster', Theron again eschews her glamorous image for the sake of a role.
While Mavis is undoubtedly beautiful, she's clearly damaged and lonely, clinging onto an imagined ideal of happiness and completely ignoring reality. Her obsession with Buddy is demonstrated on her drive to Minnesota: playing an old mix tape in her car, she repeatedly plays the song that she and Buddy first made love to.
While 'Young Adult' may be a shock to some, that's what makes it so good.
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