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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 209973409
UPC: 024543563556
UPC 14: 00024543563556
Sales Rank: 756
Rating: Game Rating Code
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A Family on the Verge of a Breakdown.
Take a hilarious ride with the Hoovers, one of the most endearingly fractured families in comedy history.

Father Richard (Greg Kinnear) is desperately trying to sell his motivational success program...with no success. Meanwhile, "pro-honesty" mom Sheryl (Toni Collette) lends support to her eccentric family, including her depressed brother (Steve Carell), fresh out of the hospital after being jilted by his lover. Then there are the younger Hoovers -- the seven-year-old, would-be beauty queen Olive (Abigail Breslin) and Dwayne (Paul Dano), a Nietzsche-reading teen who has taken a vow of silence. Topping off the family is the foul-mouthed grandfather (Alan Arkin), whose outrageous behavior recently got him evicted from his retirement home.

When Olive is invited to compete in the "Little Miss Sunshine" pageant in far-off California, the family piles into their rusted-out VW bus to rally behind her -- with riotously funny results.

"As ambitious, honest and subversive as any American movie since "Election."  Carina Chocano, Los Angeles Times
"This indie, a sweet, tart and smart satire about a family of losers in a world obsessed with winning, is an authentic crowd pleaser.  David Ansen, Newsweek
"A raucously entertaining slice of slapstick dressed up as domestic satire.  Ella Taylor, LA Weekly
"Funny, and thoughtful, and deeply, viscerally satisfying.  Jessica Reaves, Chicago Tribune
"You won't see a brighter, truer affirmation of the All-American messed-up improvisational family than Little Miss Sunshine.  Michael Sragow, Baltimore Sun
"Little Miss Sunshine dropped from celluloid heaven.  San Francisco Chronicle
"Winning, hilarious and heartwarming!  USA Today

Editor's Note
Picked up after a well-received showing at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE is a low-budget comedy about a family road trip from Albuquerque to California. The story begins when young Olive (Abigail Breslin) is given a shot at the Little Miss Sunshine beauty pageant, and manages to coerce her family into driving west in their worn-down VW van. Olive's father, Richard (Greg Kinnear), takes charge of the trip, while her mother, Sheryl (Toni Collette), brother Dwayne (Paul Dano), uncle Frank (Steve Carell), and eccentric grandfather (Alan Arkin) all come along for the ride. What follows resembles a budget-stricken version of PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES: seemingly endless (and hilarious) mishaps befall the family as they wind their way across the country. Couple this with the witty interplay between a well-drawn set of dysfunctional characters, and that's the LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE formula in a nutshell; all the audience needs to do is sit back and enjoy the ride.

The grainy texture of co-directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris's film may initially startle viewers unaccustomed to the indie film world. But its a testament to the cast and crew's efforts that the limitations imposed on the filmmakers are long forgotten by the end of the film. Any concerns about visual murkiness give way to belly laughs and bemusement as the road trip ends and the beauty pageant begins. Likely to have a broad appeal, Dayton and Faris's film resembles a version of NATIONAL LAMPOON'S VACATION directed with the pithy eye of Todd Solondz (WELCOME TO THE DOLLHOUSE), and it's to the movie's credit that it manages to successfully marry these two seemingly disparate worlds.


Video Features Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, English, French, Spanish, Subtitled, Dubbed

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Foxvideo
Video Release Date Release Date: 12/10/2010
Video Play Time Running Time: 182 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2006
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 2256355
Video UPC UPC: 00024543563556
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English, French Dubbed, Spanish Dubbed
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  2.40:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Alan Arkin
Video Cast Info Abigail Breslin
Video Cast Info Steven Carell
Video Cast Info Greg Kinnear
Video Cast Info Toni Collette
Video Cast Info Paul Dano
Video Cast Info Michael Arndt - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Nancy Steiner - Costume Designer
Video Cast Info Pamela Martin - Editor
Video Cast Info Tim Suhrstedt - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Ron Yerxa - Producer
Video Cast Info Mychael Danna - Composer
Video Cast Info Kalina Ivanov - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Peter Saraf - Producer
Video Cast Info Marc Turtletaub - Producer
Video Cast Info Susan Jacobs - Music
Video Cast Info David T. Friendly - Producer
Video Cast Info Albert Berger - Producer
Video Cast Info Valerie Faris - Director
Video Cast Info Jonathan Dayton - Director


Oscar (2007)
   Video Award Name Abigail Breslin, Nominee, Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role

British Academy Awards (2007)
Video Award Name Alan Arkin, Winner, Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Oscar (2007)
Video Award Name Alan Arkin, Winner, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role

Independent Spirit (2007)
Video Award Name Alan Arkin, Winner, Best Supporting Male

Oscar (2007)
   Video Award Name David T. Friendly, et. al., Nominee, Best Motion Picture of the Year

Screen Actors Guild (2007)
Video Award Name Greg Kinnear, et. al., Winner, Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

Independent Spirit (2007)
Video Award Name Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris, Winner, Best Director

Golden Globe (2007)
   Video Award Name Little Miss Sunshine, Nominee, Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy

Independent Spirit (2007)
Video Award Name Marc Turtletaub, et. al., Winner, Best Feature
Video Award Name Michael Arndt, Winner, Best First Screenplay

British Academy Awards (2007)
Video Award Name Michael Arndt, Winner, Best Screenplay - Original

Oscar (2007)
Video Award Name Michael Arndt, Winner, Best Writing, Original Screenplay

Professional Reviews

Movieline's Hollywood Life
"[T]his is a comic gem, uproarious and heartfelt at the same time....Alan Arkin gives an Oscar-caliber performance..." 07/01/2006 p.102

Rolling Stone
3 stars out of 4 -- "[S]omething wonderful: a scrappy human comedy that takes an honest path to laughs and is twice as funny and touching for it." 08/10/2006 p.112

Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "[S]martly and sympathetically executed....Feelgood fun for all the dysfunctional family." 10/01/2006 p.42

4 stars out of 4 -- "[W]hat makes this one fly is its warmth. LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE is a first-class love-letter to a family of losers." 10/01/2006 p.148

Sight and Sound
"The perfect casting makes for some exceptionally confident comedy....With accessible humour and universal themes..." 10/01/2006 p.66

Rolling Stone
Ranked #9 in Rolling Stone's "The 10 Best Movies Of 2006" -- "It's hilarious, heartbreaking and achingly true." 12/28/2006 p.118

Ultimate DVD
5 stars out of 5 -- "Full of eccentric but believable characters, witty dialogue and pitch-perfect performances....Touching, hilarious and quirky..." 03/01/2007 p.104

Wall Street Journal
"A dysfunctional-family comedy with a difference -- the function progresses from dys to full and loving." 04/02/2010

ReelViews 8 of 10
It takes a deft hand to fashion a feel-good movie with plenty of laughs and an upbeat ending out of a story that includes drug addiction, a suicide attempt, a death, Nietzsche, and Proust. Despite treading through a minefield of tone shifts, co-directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris and writer Michael Arndt reach the other side unscathed. Little Miss Sunshine is a small gem - or, considering the inclusion of hot star Steve Carell and the $10 million price tag paid by Fox Searchlight to acquire the distribution rights, perhaps not so "small." Smiles will be in evidence of the faces of audience members exiting a showing of this movie...Over the course of 100 minutes, Little Miss Sunshine covers a lot of ground. The bulk of the film encapsulates the road trip. Similarities to the recent R.V. exist, but this production is fresher, funnier, and less artificial...Greg Kinnear and Toni Collette form the backbone of Little Miss Sunshine's skeleton, but their workmanlike performances are the least notable. Paul Dano does a lot with a role that robs him of dialogue, and Abigail Breslin (who made her debut in Signs) shows herself to be more capable than about 95% of the performers in her age group. She's talented, understands her part, and avoids the terminal cuteness that afflicts too many portrayals by young actors. Steve Carell surprises by playing it straight. Unlike Will Farrell, who was awkward in his non-comedic turn in Winter Passing, Carell's performance is unaffected. He gets some laughs, but not by doing anything outrageous or extreme. Finally, there's veteran Alan Arkin, who steals every scene he's in. Over the years, Arkin has honed his timing and means of delivery, and they serve him well here...It's the kind of picture audiences enjoy because there's substance to go with the humor, and movie-goers will leave the theater feeling uplifted. Ultimately, despite flirting with some darker subjects, Little Miss Sunshine lives up to its name. - James Berardinelli

Chicago Sun-Times 9 of 10
The first thing we see are the blue eyes of a little girl staring right at us so intently, it seems she could peer right into our souls. Only she's not looking at us. The reflection in her big plastic glasses reveals she's gazing at a beauty pageant on TV, at the moment the winner is being crowned. She's studying this moment, rehearsing it and rehearsing for it. Just a few seconds into "Little Miss Sunshine" we know it's a movie about dreams -- and illusions...A gentle family satire and a classic American road movie, "Little Miss Sunshine" harks back to the anti-establishment, countercultural comedies of the 1970s such as "Smile" or "Harold and Maude" -- satirical fairy tales that preached the virtues of nonconformity over the superficiality of conventional American values...You just won't see a better acted, and better cast, movie than "Little Miss Sunshine." These actors (and their directors, Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris) grasp how unspoken reactions can be funnier than dialogue or punchlines, and how pain can be the source of the most satisfying comedy...All the actors play the emotions straight and true. Dano, his dead black eyes obscured by thick bangs and set into a pale face that seems to be imploding with teen alienation and disgust, just has to tilt his head almost imperceptibly to bring down the house...Carell is a miracle in pink-and-blue-striped socks. He creates a character whose pain surrounds him like a hard plastic bubble. And the less he seems to do, the funnier he gets. He makes the name "Nietzsche" (which he pronounces crisply as "Neet-chah") inexplicably hilarious. And how to describe the way Uncle Frank runs? It's an intellectual run -- performed as if the act of running had been studied, broken down into its component parts, and then reassembled -- all analysis, no grace. It's almost inhumanly human, and pricelessly funny. But it's not just a sped-up silly walk, it's an authentic expression of character. - Roger Ebert

Product Attributes

Product attributeActor:   Breslin,Abigail
Product attributeLabel:   Fox Home Entertainment
Product attributeMusic Format:   Blu-ray DVD
Product attributeVideo Format:   Blu-Ray
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