Just saw Sunshine Cleaning. Pretty good--a chick flick with a few twists, a good indie feel throughout, Alan Arkin (again) as an eccentric old man.
You have to laugh at Hollywood. Amy Adams, maybe, without makeup, the girl next door, grew up fairly poor, but with her looks etc. became high-school cheerleader, has somewhat kept living off that glory. It's not exactly realistic, but OK. But Emily Blunt as her younger sister who keeps screwing up, and can't even keep a job slinging burgers? She's an extremely exotic and beautiful woman. No heterosexual male would leave her slinging burgers for long--she could wait tables or hostess at a nice restaurant, or sell real estate or model or something--make serious money, even right out of high school.