Because the lead in David Slade’s Hard Chocolate (2005), which opened in the Sundance Film Festival, Page received much praise on her tour p pressure performance like a 14-year-old girl who meets a 30-year-old digital photographer on the web and then looks to reveal him as child molester. Films that adopted incorporated the title role of Bruce Carl’s junior The Tracey Fragments (2007) A United States Crime (2007), also starring Catherine Keener and also the third installing of the X-Males franchise, X-Males: The Final Stand (2006), where she performed Cat Pryde.
Together with her breakout role in Jason Reitman’s hit comedy Juno (2007), a good offbeat teen who finds herself suddenly pregnant, Page received Academy Award, BAFTA, Golden Globe and SAG Best Actress nominations, and won the Independent Spirit Award on her performance. She accompanied that turn using the lead in Came Barrymore’s directorial debut, the curler-derby comedy-drama Whip It (2009), Christopher Nolan’s mental thriller Beginning (2010), the independent film Peacock (2010), and also the dark comedy Super (2010), opposite Rainn Wilson and Liv Tyler.
Page co-starred alongside Jesse Eisenberg, Alec Baldwin, and Greta Gerwig within the Woodsy Allen ensemble comedy To Rome with Love (2012), and it is looking for the thriller The East (2012), a tale dedicated to an agreement worker assigned with breaking through an anarchist group, only to discover herself falling because of its leader.