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.
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!!