Little Miss Sunshine
A dysfunctional family undertakes a road trip to California in order to allow their 7-year old daughter to participate in the Little Miss Sunshine beauty pageant.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2006
Special features: optional audio commentary by Dayton & Faris; optional audio commentary by Arndt, Dayton & Faris; music video ("Till the end of time" by DeVotchKa); trailers; 4 alternate endings, with optional audio commentary by Dayton & Faris
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Violence: There wasn't any violence in the movie, however I think it should be noted that there was a character who attempted suicide before the movie began. And another character abused drugs and ultimately died as a result.
Sexual Content: The only remotely sexual content were the covers of three adult magazines and a suggestive dance. No overt nudity or sexual scenes were present.
Coarse Language: Plenty of swearing, particularly from the grandfather, who seemed especially enamored of the f-word.
Sexual Content: This title contains Sexual Content.
Coarse Language: This title contains Coarse Language.
Coarse Language: Some mature language used
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Richard: There's two kinds of people in this world, there's winners and there's losers. Okay, you know what the difference is? Winners don't give up.
Grandpa: Listen to me, I got no reason to lie to you, don't make the same mistakes I made when I was young. F**k a lotta women kid, not just one woman, a lotta women.