Seriously, there hasn't been a movie with her that I've seen that hasn't been good. I loved "Doubt," "Miss Pettigrew Live for a Day," "Junebug," "Enchanted," and now "Sunshine Cleaning." She's like superhuman or something! Now that I've got that off of my chest, let's move in to the movie itself. It has an odd (but never uneasy) mix of genres: comedy, drama, romance, a little bit of gross-out, a little bit of mystery, and a little bit of thriller. Okay, so it's not really a thriller, but I say that because the film has a bunch of threads that all come together with some "a-ha!"s along the way. The film chronicles the lives of two sisters, one a maid and the other a slacker that still lives with their dad. Amy Adams (whose character name I can't remember) is trying to raise the money to send her son to a private school, because he can never seem to hold his own at a public one. She is having an affair with a high-chool flame who is now a cop, and he tells her that cleaning crime scenes can make a lot of money. So, she and her sister Nora (played to perfection by Emily Blunt) begin a crime scene clean-up business, calling it SUNSHINE CLEANING. And that's where it takes off, where Nora becomes obsessed with meeting the daughter of a woman who they "cleaned up" after (perhaps because of her trouble dealing with her own mother's death), when their dad (the hilarious Alan Arkin) starts a business selling shrimp out of a bathtub, and when they befriend the one-armed store clerk Winston. The film is both heartbreaking and hilarious, the right mixture of heart and humor. I for one loved it, and I think that anyone who doesn't must have a heart of stone.