Amy Adams and Emily Blunt's Sunshine Cleaning Poster
There's a little Sundance film from last year that seems to be gaining quite a bit of buzz this year. It's called Sunshine Cleaning and it stars Amy Adams and Emily Blunt. Those two beautiful ladies might be why it's gaining so much buzz -- hell, that's why I wanted to see it in the first place, too. Cinematical has debuted the final poster for the film, which officially hits theaters starting on March 13th. But here's the bottom line -- it look cute and entertaining in theory, but it's really not that great. The directing is uneven, the writing is just plain bad, and even Adams and Blunt don't make it any better. My suggestion -- Just skip it.
The only semi-good news is that Michael Penn is writing a new score for the film. Otherwise, watch the trailer if you haven't seen it yet, enjoy the poster, but forget about this film as fast as you can.
Sunshine Cleaning is directed by New Zealand-born filmmaker Christine Jeffs, of indie films Rain and Sylvia previously. The script was written by first-time writer Megan Holley. This first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last year and was later picked up by Overture Films for distribution here in the US. Sunshine Cleaning arrives in limited theaters starting on March 13th, 2009. Watch it at your own risk.