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And with her new freshly Oscar-nominated movie Bombshell coming out this week, the twenties are looking set to be every bit as action-packed for the actor. But hang on just a moment. If you've never seen or even heard of this movie, you're not alone. For whatever reason, the film just didn't click with people.
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They must have closed their eyes and crossed their fingers while they were making this film. It breaks with form, doesn't follow our expectations, and is about a heroine we like less at the end than at the beginning. There are countless movies about Queen Bitches in high school, but "Young Adult" has its revenge by showing how miserable they can be when they're pushing The movie stars Charlize Theron , one of the best actors now working, as Mavis, a character we thoroughly dislike. Not only is she knock-dead gorgeous, but we see how she makes herself look that way, and what happens when it comes undone. She plays the onetime high school beauty queen in Mercury, Minn. Back home in Mercury, they think of her as a glamorous success. Of course they haven't seen her in years. They're about to. In real life, Mavis lives alone, her apartment is a pigpen, she chugs liters of Diet Coke and throws back shots of bourbon and is likely to be single until the end of time.
Along the way, it systematically demolishes a china shop full of shopworn sentimental touchstones about — for starters — high school, small-town life, heterosexuality, Minnesota and the capacity of human beings to change, learn and grow. When we first encounter her, Mavis Gary Charlize Theron seems to have grown, though perhaps not in the most constructive ways. Crossing the treacherous, unmarked boundary between her mid- and lates, Mavis has acquired some of the trappings and habits of adulthood. Eventually we hear about a divorce, though not much about the marriage that preceded it. She drinks a lot, pulls at her hair and seems generally unconcerned with other people.