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Nobody Knows Anything! (2003)

R | | Comedy | October 2003 (USA)
In this comedy about Hollywood, Sarah thinks making a movie is easy. With the guidance of her screenwriter uncle, she goes on a wild journey into the world of Hollywood where she meets ... See full summary »

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In this comedy about Hollywood, Sarah thinks making a movie is easy. With the guidance of her screenwriter uncle, she goes on a wild journey into the world of Hollywood where she meets crazy studio execs, insane producers and a gangster who agrees to finance her film - for a price... Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for language including sexual references | See all certifications »
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Sarah: Portrait of a Film School Graduate  »

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Last acting role of Wayne Rogers. See more »

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[first lines]
Sarah: I need ta... grab 'em in the first minute.
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Brilliant
10 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I thought this movie was loads of fun, though seeing the reviews I guess it's not for people who don't enjoy low-key send-ups of the entertainment business. This movie is like seeing all those situations and people that are usually stuck in here and there in a big action flick (or The Simpsons) to get in a slam to Hollywood culture, all strung together, but instead of being tongue-in-cheek, relentlessly sincere. Maybe the bad reviews reflect that it hasn't attracted its audience because of the way they marketed it -- they should be trying to get a Woody Allen crowd, perhaps? The cast is made up of extremely talented comedy stars and well-known character actors, each one bigger than the last, who play their characters so low-key and real. So much so, that the little ironies don't seem set up, they seem accidental like they should be but never are in comedy films. And a big surprise to me was how entertaining Margaret Cho was, as I'm not a huge fan of her stand-up.


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