Movie-tip #4

Big Nothing, the movie that changed the way I saw both Simon Pegg and David Schwimmer, showing me that they actually are really good actors when they want to.

The movie follows Charlie, an unemployed teacher with a rare memory-disorder, teaming up with a scam-artist and his girlfriend in what looks like the easiest scheme of all time, but I assure you that everything that can go wrong, does. And a lot more even.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0488085/

Jean-Baptiste Andrea and Billy Asher gives us a wonderfully written movie with characters you both love to hate and hate to love, with amazing twists and beautifully arranged comical reliefs. It was directed by Jean-Baptiste Andrea who, in my opinion, drew out what the actors had inside them and really made a magnificent work of art for us all to see.

Just a word of caution if you’re a Pegg-fan with movies like Hot Fuzz and Paul in the shelf, this may not be something for you, but still… It’s a great movie and anyone who hasn’t seen it, SEE IT!!

Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4igyFThbTo

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About hanktango

This is not a serious movie review-blog. I do not review movies in a fashion that certified critics would. I think about stuff when I watch movies, and then write about those thoughts I had during the movie. I sometimes also think about other stuff related to movies, like castings, sequels and a whole bunch of other stuff. Sometimes, I even think about video games and then write about that. The only thing that's really specific to my writing, is that I write to you in the same way I would talk to you about all this stuff. So please, enjoy my writings, and if you were to get offended by anything, I would suggest you unravel that bunched up pantyhose you have stuck up your butt and stop being so sensitive, because honestly... that's Your problem, not anyone elses. Thank you! View all posts by hanktango

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