Little Miss Sunshine Reviews
When what we see we find another way and any way to get us there when we are constrained to other people's expectations. When we see that a little rule bending is harmless to not by overly strict in what we see. When we see expectations are high and somethings we see are big business, and take us places to see others take it seriously when it means the whole world to others. When it's a matter of how you look at things to see what other people see to see whether we like it. When somethings we no longer can see we send them off to other places. When there is no other place others wish to be and see thst it's not all bad in what we see or what others make us see when we have a chance. When the way we see life puts us in the spotlight in our hearts when we just enjoy seeing what we see, others happy when we are not to know they have chance to live a better life that is not like ours. When life is full of judges to see that we will encounter plenty of judges seeing us and pointing out what we don't see to see that we either got it or not. When we see that others have had enough of seeing and hearing the same things when it's all these girls got before they start seeing the real world. When we see some places are not what we see but what others see is us when we can judge as much as others in what we expect to see how our life should be. When we see life is full of their illusions to not get caught up in seeing the unreal. When we see others have seen enough when they are really good, have better chances then we do, when they see is seriously what they want to be, a winner. When what we see we don't want to see when we like seeing what we see and not what others wish to see to see we hold what best for others seeing. When we need to see things through for someone and ourselves to perform. When we don't see what others see when it's plain fun that makes us see things in a perspective that others see all wrong and serious. When others wish to keep a certain standards to things others wish seeing to see different is not welcome when trying to keep old traditions the same. When we see that others could use a boost when not many like seeing what we see but a few who hate seeing the same thing to see change. When what we like seeing is all of us together to stick together to only see ourselves the way we intended not others intend to see life is going to be okay as long as we stay away from places that are not meant for us. When we need to see the thing we no longer will see to see what really impacts us, influences us down the road that we carry a long through our life whether it's good or bad, it's just a matter what perspective you see it.
But, after I got over the ridiculousness of this one part of the film, I was able to return to concentrating on everything else. And I liked almost everything else. The cinematography is beautiful in a broken sort of way, the atmosphere is perfectly decided, and (above all else) the cast is phenomenal. The adults of the film are as great as they always are in everything they're in. And Abigail Breslin, who I don't think I've seen in anything else before, is absolutely an insane talent. She's real and she's funny, and she's√Ę?? so far beyond her years I have a hard time believing it. Or, I guess she WAS all those things. It's been ten years since this movie came out, things might have changed.
And while I'm mentioning the cast, I really want to draw my focus to Paul Dano's performance. I've only started to really notice him in movies recently, and I'm surprised it's taken me this long. He's always fantastic, and I think he's outdone himself here. What could have been just another angsty teen character became so much more than that.
If it weren't for the stellar performances, I don't think I would've liked "Little Miss Sunshine" at all. Some of the jokes made me chuckle, but there were just so many clich√¬ (C)s, and that stupid ten minutes, I mentioned earlier, really is very stupid. But, again, the performances were very, VERY good, and that saved the film...
Actually, that pagent scene also majorly contributed to saving the film for me. Most indie dramedies have that whole "the dysfunctional family is gonna be happily dysfunctional together" moment, but this one was especially funny...
Also Steve Carell should have more awards.