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Miss Nobody
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Tim Cox
Release Date: 09 June 2010
Movie rating: 5.5
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What is the movie Miss Nobody about?
From the creative mind of Doug Steinberg comes a comedy crime story for a movie, that was later directed by Tim Cox. Sarah Jane McKinney (Leslie Bibb) is just another office worker, a secretary in one of the big pharmaceutical companies. She is a dreamer and is patiently waiting on her knight in shiny armour. She lives with her mother in the house and her only customer is Mr. Ketchum (Geoffrey Lewis), the man that has Alzheimer's. While waiting on her Prince Charming, Jane hears from her friend Charmaine (Missi Pyle) that the company might be in the need for a junior executive and Jane decides to give it a shot. And for a while, she got the job. Why for a while? Because it turned out that Milo Beeber (Brandon Routh), a new company executive had transferred to that position and she is to be his secretary. So, it's a little bit more sucking up and making coffee for her. He makes a move, she answers with a positive reaction, but manages to kill him accidentally. The next day, she gets the promotion. As the story develops further, we see Jane killing every other executive with such an ease and no one actually suspects her. That is exactly when her Prince Charming arrives, but with a police badge in his hands and mind set on the murder cases he needs to solve.
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