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“Little Miss Sunshine” Turns 10

Little Miss Sunshine was released 10 years ago today, on July 26, 2006. Though a decade old, the film still resonates as a dark comedy about the complications of life at any age. Little Miss Sunshine seems to pinpoint, especially, the fact that going on a trip with your dysfunctional family can actually be therapeutic. As a film it’s funny, sad, and delightfully honest – much like life itself.

I recently posted about six of my favorite road trip films, and of course Little Miss Sunshine made the list! So be sure to check out that post if you want to read a little more about why I love this film.

Otherwise, to celebrate its 10th anniversary, here are a few stills from Little Miss Sunshine:

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  1. This is one of my all time favorite movies. I can never get sick of spending time with the Hoovers. I like this family so much I kinda want a sequel but will be extremely angry if do they make it

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  2. Wow! Has it been that long? I have had this on DVD for so long but only just recently watched it. I actually enjoyed it. It blows my mind how long it’s been. It appeals to the inner outcasts in all of us but shows not to hide who you are.

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