Little Miss Sunshine User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.15

Current Rating: 4.15

based on 3495 votes and 139 reviews

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  • 5 stars Super Freaky!
  • Really good movie
  • perfect just perfect, finaly the little film maker gets a of the best movies of the last few decades!!!
  • For an oscar nominated movie it was very good.What i loved about it was that the characters were so different and the story was different.Olive was so cute and it showed that she was very special even though she didn`t look the other girls.Great movie.
  • Most insane, unorthodox, and respectable comedy.
  • Absoulutely amazing. I wasn`t really sure about it.. but it came out on DVD and we heard it was good so we bought it. I am so glad we did. The movie was amazing.. simple, and different from a lot of movies i`ve seen lately.. that was what made it so great. It is honestly now my favourite movie, it was really funny, but at the same time I definitely cried a lot at some parts. My favourite charater was Dwayne, he was soo funny. And I loved how much he really cared about his sister. And Olive was sooo adorable!! It has a great message, I recommend it to EVERYONE.
  • Different! I Loved it.
  • one of the best movies of the year. i laughed, i cried. steve carell i must say was sooooo good. its a must see ****
  • Nothing original or funny. Yet another nothing movie about an American disfunctional family. In Hollywood, there are LOSERS and there are WINNERS. This one is a LOSER. 2 **`s.
  • AWESOME MOVIE!!!!!!!!!! i think it reminds everyone that they have a little bit of the hoover family in their very own. Steve Carrell was hysterical, and newcomer paul dano was euqally as funny.

Little Miss Sunshine

Genre:  Comedy
Running Time:  101 min.
Release Date: August 4, 2006
DVD: December 19, 2006

Current rating: Rating: 4.15
based on 3495 votes and 139 reviews
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Cast: Greg Kinnear, Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Paul Dano, Abigail Breslin, Alan Arkin