J. Robert Parks on Little Miss Sunshine: “[T]he movie isn’t some disillusioned attack on the suburban family. Instead, it achieves what few comedies can — a balance of tone. The slapsticky moments give way to scenes of genuine pathos, the stinging satire is offset by the warm camaraderie. The characters snap at each other as relatives do and get underneath each other’s skin, but there’s also a deep undercurrent of affection.”
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