We have added two more movie reviews to our archive: of laugh-out-loud comedies made to provoke thoughtfulness on matters that are serious. Little Miss Sunshine is a film about our culture's obsession with winning, and The great new wonderful is about whether the trauma of 9/11 drove people's emotions underground so that they started to burst out in unpredictable ways. Both are quite good films, watchable and worth renting. Both deserve three or three-and-a-half points on a five-point scale. You can access our movie reviews by clicking here.