25 June 2017 | paul_haakonsen
Dark, twisted and very entertaining...
When I sat down to watch "Miss Nobody" it was without any prior knowledge about what the movie was about, who starred in it and without any expectations of what the movie would be like. All I knew was that it was a dark comedy.
It turned out that writer Doug Steinberg had come up with a rather funny script for this movie. And director Abram Cox brought the story to life on the screen in a very entertaining way.
The storyline in "Miss Nobody", shortly summarized, is about a secretary who scales the corporate ladder at record speed but leaves a trail of dead bodies in her wake.
"Miss Nobody" works out quite well because it is a wonderful combination of dark, twisted comedy and likable characters. And the fact that the cast ensemble were good and did great jobs with their roles and characters was just a plus, of course.
And while we are on the topic of the cast, then I will say that Leslie Bibb was doing a phenomenal job of carrying the movie with her performance. And there were some great supportive appearances from talents such as Adam Goldberg, Kathy Baker, Missi Pyle, Brandon Routh, Vivica A. Fox and Barry Bostwick whom all really added a lot to the movie, despite most of them having very small roles actually.
The situations portrayed in "Miss Nobody" definitely had a great part to say about the outcome of the movie. And here writer Doug Steinberg proved to be very talented, because he had come up with some very hilarious situations for the characters. There are some good laughs to be had throughout the course of this movie.
If you enjoy a dark comedy, then "Miss Nobody" is definitely a movie that you should take the time to sit down and watch. It turned out to be quite a surprise and a very entertaining movie in my opinion.