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Miss Nobody Reviews

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Super Reviewer
½ July 5, 2016
A young woman discovered she had the special gift to climb the corporate ladder, with some creative accidents. As she does, her risk of discovery increases which makes her take drastic measures.

Leslie Bibb did an excellent job portraying the innocent but deadly protagonist, I enjoyed the fast paced shots and breaking of the fourth wall, this is a nice but little known gem.
February 13, 2015
kinda funny bit twisted, and a bit of a twist at end. but does she burn herself in the end u decide
Super Reviewer
½ April 5, 2014
Occasionally, by pure happenstance, one runs into a surprise, a B-movie (or in today's terminology: direct to DVD) that's actually better than you might've thought, and herein is an good example. A dark comedy about cutthroat office politics that's really a charmer due to the sure hand of the director, Tim Cox, who knows when to feature what actor where. There's a lull in the middle of it, but it doesn't last too long. By and large a good film.
½ January 19, 2014
Great style but lacks depth.
December 13, 2013
Wow! What a great find. Amazing cast, terrific acting, great quirky story, beautifully directed. Lots of fun.
April 30, 2013
This was a very strange and unusual movie. Overall it was funny, but in a shake-your-head this is insance kind of way. The ending was exactly right to match the tone of the rest of the movie.
November 28, 2012
Very clever, witty, fast paced, visually uber cool from graphics to cinematography. Very stylish. Lloved it!
Super Reviewer
May 4, 2012
I only watched it because Adam Goldberg is in it, but I ended up being pleasantly surprised. An enjoyable quirky little comedy about the cutthroat world of the office.
½ January 16, 2012
Different, i liked it
½ January 15, 2012
Reminded me a lot of "The Temp", it was pretty good Ironic Comedy Suspense
½ November 15, 2011
Well-written and quirky black comedy, teeters on the edge of good taste without toppling over.
October 4, 2011
Reminiscent of the short-lived Pushing Daisies (we miss you), Miss Nobody offers a mixture of naive morbidity, charmingly horrible deaths and quirky, dark humor wrapped in a bright, candy coating, like pixie sticks spiked with arsenic. Unfortunately, where Pushing Daisies and other Bryan Fuller shows were limited to weekly installments of 48 minutes, Miss Nobody attempts to stretch its equal parts charm and darkness over almost twice that. Much of the energy and enjoyment is provided by Leslie Bibb, typically the conventional pretty girl juxtaposing the more interesting characters, emphatically playing against type. Early establishment of tone, palette, composition, narration and Bibb's dependence on St. Micheal's blessing and close-lipped smile of obliviousness and bloodlust, create a delightfully disturbing dark comedy. But as with most serial killer movies the need to add bodies through increasingly convoluted and incredulous means quickly makes the movie feel labored. Eventually the pile of corpses starts to stink.
½ September 25, 2011
We get what we deserve.
½ September 23, 2011
i read the synopsis and found it would be a funny watch. it was okay..
September 16, 2011
A one-time watch fast paced black comedy which stays true to the cliches.
½ September 6, 2011
Very interesting movie.
September 1, 2011
I love black comedy, and this movie is a great one. It's just morbid and twisted enough to be really entertaining without crossing the line between funny and tasteless. I'm so glad I found this movie and gave it a chance.
½ August 22, 2011
Leslie Bibb gives a wonderful performance in the lead combining a naive outlook with her own personal justification that carries the film. Everything works here, and all in all, this is a fun (and surprisingly non-violent) murderous trip into the corporate world that could well be a sleeper hit like Office Space was - it is a good little film, with loads of character actors that you'll recognize, a strong romance, and suspense, and is, all in all, a wry take on corporate life.

As a massive plus, it is beautifully shot, the use of grading and filters is superb and adds much. Throughout the film the color grading and shots are really really nice and the overall sense that this was lovingly made shines through.

Miss Nobody is one my favorite comedies about work since Office Space. Though much more like Amelie than an out and out satire, this tale of the secretary who almost innocently murders her way to the top of the corporate ladder is actually engaging and fun.
August 11, 2011
This had a real black comedy Pushing Daises vibe. Cleverly written, well made.
½ July 14, 2011
Has an Amelie feel to it.
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