I haven’t done any serious Sundance digging, but there’s one film I’ve consistently heard is awfully good, and I’m not saying this because it was written by Michael Arndt, a guy I happened to swap apartments with last summer. It’s called Little Miss Sunshine, it’s a “heart” movie about a dysfunctional family, and it costars Greg Kinnear, Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Alan Arkin, Abigail Breslin (the little girl who said “there’s a monster outside my window…can I have a glass of water?” in Signs) and Paul Dano. It’s a Premier selection, and the best of these are usually slotted on Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights. Sunshine‘s first showing is on Friday at 6 pm — absolute prime time.