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Little Miss Sunshine


Greg Kinnear, Toni Collette, Steve Carell, Paul Dano View All


Jonathan Dayton (Director), Valerie Faris (Director), Michael Arndt (Writer) View All

Release: Jul. 26th, 2006
Runtime: 1 hour, 42 minutes
A family loaded with quirky, colorful characters piles into an old van and road trips to California for little Olive to compete in a beauty pageant.
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Sheryl is the overworked mother of two children, the first being Dwayne, her unhappy fifteen-year old son from a previous marriage, who has taken a vow of silence until he can accomplish his dream of getting into the US Air Force Academy in order to become a test pilot, the other being the beauty pageant determined contestant, Olive, who Sheryl shares with Richard, her arrogant and goal-obsessed husband, who is striving to build a career as a motivational speaker and life coach, which often causes further depression of Sheryls gay brother, Frank, who is temporarily living at home with the family after a suicide attempt, which is often openly being brought up due to Richards foul-mouthed father, Edwin, and his curious straightforwardness, who is also living with the family, after he was kicked out from a retirement home for snorting heroin, which was his new wild way of life after he finished his serving as a World War II soldier.
The main highlight of this movie is the incredible characters that are brought to life by the incredible performances of all of the actors involved.
Little Miss Sunshine makes me smile every time I watch it and it's one of the only films I could watch over and over again.
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