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This week's reviewed movie is:
Little Miss Sunshine




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Little Miss Sunshine is a film you can't not like.

It gets a little carried away at times, but I found the mix of characters have a bit of some of our own family and friends in them that we can relate to.

This dysfunctional family must come together to support their little girl, who entered a junior beauty pageant out of state.

It's a laugh a minute road trip and definitely leaves you with a feel good glow.

In what may be the best cast film of the year, you have an opportunity to take a road trip with one of the most dysfunctional families in history.

This is an amazingly funny, dark and twisted comedy held together by clever writing and off-the-wall characterizations.

It's a small ray of hope in a foggy summer of dismal disaster flicks.

Little Miss Sunshine is a bittersweet ensemble comedy about an oddball dysfunctional family's trip across three states in a banged up VW bus to get their young daughter to Redondo Beach in California so she can compete in the Little Miss Sunshine preteen beauty pageant.

This is an adult entertainment, but in the end the true heart of this film belongs to the 10-year-old actress and the real meaning of the movie is all about how sick the American obsession with success is.

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