Character actor Michael Shannon has been nominated for his second Oscar for his role in the 2016 thriller Nocturnal Animals. "No Small Parts" takes a look at some of the other characters he's played in the past.
Widowed mom Michelle Ross is thrilled when her shy teenage daughter, Lexi, goes out with the high school football star, Greg. What she doesn't know is that Greg has an ulterior motive: to win a bet by sleeping with Lexi on their first date and capturing it all on video. Once Greg's bitter ex-girlfriend Carleigh hears about the "date" she starts emailing the video around school. The video quickly goes viral and leads to Lexi's tragic death. Michelle vows to get justice. Written by
It is mentioned in the movie that because the sex was consensual and both participants were under 18, Greg could not be charged with possession or distribution of child pornography, which is entirely false. In reality he should have been charged with both and had his name added to the sexual offender registry. See more »
This is soooo bad I won't mention the actors and give them a break. At least some of them. First of all it's another stupid film where the lead, a dumb bimbo goes around looking terrified. So terrified that she suddenly pulls out this huge gun from her purse. Nice going, idiot. She runs around with her too long bleached hair blowing in the wind and does no acting at all. I do believe Alexandra Paul stars in this. Don't know the bimbo but she's awful.
Won't go into the plot, which is so overdone as the acting it isn't worth it. LMN once in a while brings us some good work. But most of the time they cast these vacant blondes, some definitely over the hill for playing a young lead who go around with long blonde tresses and a cell phone. And that's the plot to most of these soap films that makes one puke.
The problem is that they are so bad that you can't change the channel. You are too busy laughing at the acting. So, keep it up, LMN, you never disappoint us with your silly plots and bad acting.
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