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  • Sunshine
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    I promised a gal pal that I would wait so we could see this movie together. Took it to our Maui vacation. It was well worth the wait. The actors were great, the story line was great. I'm sure the movie touched a lot of lives. So every day things.

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    sokc June 16, 2008
  • Little Miss Sunshine

    Little Miss Sunshine is a hilarious movie that really focuses on disfunctional familys. You will love the characters and the movie was wonderfully cast. However this movie is NOT FOR YOUNG KIDS! The language is very bad, but the movie itself is very very good. You will really enjoy Little Miss Sunshine!

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    inthebookzone2000 December 12, 2007
  • Little Miss Sunshine
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    Having taught for thirty three years I think it is a great movie for the family to watch together and discuss the dynamics of the family and the individuals. The family was truly dysfunctional but the bond was always present. It gave a picture of how cruel and unaccepting the outside world can be.

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    5702me May 6, 2007
  • Great family movie!

    I didn't think I would like this movie, but I was absolutely blown away when I saw it. It is both touching and funny. It's a story of dysfunctional family, but I think we can all identify with each character. OK, so drugs and swearing don't belong under the "family movie" category, but it's still is a great family movie for 13 and older to see. The movie lingered in my mind long after I saw it -- like a fine wine. I highly recommend it, especially if you have a teenager in your house.

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    LindaFL March 27, 2007
  • Sunshine
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    SO NEGATIVE. But touching family relationships and growth.

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    Anonymous March 24, 2007
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