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Miss Nobody (2010)





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A sweet young woman trying to get ahead in the workplace gets in touch with her inner homicidal maniac in this dark comedy from filmmaker Tim Cox. Sarah Jane McKinney (Leslie Bibb) has been working as a secretary at Judge Pharmaceuticals for years, and she's eager to earn better pay and more prestige. Standing between Sarah and a promotion is Milo Beeber (Brandon Routh), her creepy boss who doesn't think she deserves a better job. One day, Sarah is fending off Milo's unwanted sexual advances when she accidentally kills him; Sarah not only gets away with the crime, but she's advanced into a new job. Sarah figures that since murder worked once, she might as well try it again, and as her superiors bite the dust, Sarah slowly but surely rises to a position of power within the corporation. But as police detective Bill Malloy (Adam Goldberg) investigates the workplace homicides, Sarah wonders if she's done enough to cover her tracks; she also finds herself becoming infatuated with the cop who could put her behind bars. Also featuring Vivica A. Fox, Kathy Baker, David Anthony Higgins and Eddie Jemison, Miss Nobody received its world premiere at the 2010 Seattle International Film Festival.

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Leslie Bibb
as Sarah Jane McKinney
Adam Goldberg
as Det. Bill Malloy
Kathy Baker
as Claire McKinney
Eddie Jemison
as Joshua Nether
Vivica A. Fox
as Nan Wilder
Missi Pyle
as Charmaine
Brandon Routh
as Milo Beeber
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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.

Sylvester Kuo
Sylvester Kuo

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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.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

Super Reviewer

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.

Remi Logan
Remi Logan

Super Reviewer

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