Little Miss Sunshine

 
I swear to god at the end of this film I was misty eyed, and I missed my family more than I’ve ever missed them in my entire life.  Little Miss Sunshine is an ode to the dysfunctional family, and it crosses borders of race and culture to deliver a message about the importance of sticking together, even when you have to push a broken down VW van in order to start up the engine in 3rd gear, while your dead grandfather lies in the trunk wrapped in a blanket.

It’s too late to catch it in theaters, but I encourage you all to go out and watch this movie, even if you have to buy it from pirates (yarrr).

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2 Comments to “Little Miss Sunshine”

  1. you for got to mention the ever accommodating internet sources 😛 will watch it when I get the time.

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