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No Clue (2013)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Crime | 5 December 2013 (Canada)
In a case of mistaken identity, a salesman is hired as a private detective by a woman to find her missing brother, and complications ensue.

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In Canada, a woman named Kyra goes to the office of the middle-aged clumsy salesman Leo Falloon by mistake believing that he is a private detective. She hires him to help her to find her missing brother Milles Severeign and Leo is so spellbound by the blonde that he does not tell her that he is not who she is looking for. Leo decides to pose as a private detective and he gets involved in a complicated scheme of computer game corporations seeking high profits. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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She's the damsel. He's in distress.

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Cameo: Nancy Robertson, Brent Butt's wife and Corner Gas (2004) co-star. See more »

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Leo Falloon: Whoa. Whoa. Where is everybody getting guns? This is Canada!
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It's just not that funny
8 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Despite starring (and being written by) Brent Butt, who was the star in the highly rated Canadian sitcom "Corner Gas", "No Clue" was only given a small theatrical release in Canada (and got a very tacky- looking poster to boot.) Watching the movie, it's pretty easy to see why the distributor was not very gung ho. It fails due to one big problem, that being that the movie simply isn't funny. At its best it just gets to be mildly cute, certainly never hilarious or even provoking mild chuckles out of the audience. Much of the humor is written to be pretty predictable and familiar.

Butt's screenplay certainly shoulders most of the blame for the unfunny nature of the movie, but Butt also stumbles in the lead role. His shtick of coming across as a somewhat dumb motormouth gets old very fast, and he quickly becomes somewhat irritating and annoying.

To top it off, while the movie thankfully does not have the tacky and cheap feeling of most other Canadian movies, it all the same has the look and feel of a television production instead of a theatrical movie.

Is there anything good to say about this movie? Well, unlike many Canadian films, it admits to being set in Canada and thankfully at the same time does not make a big deal about it. Though all the same, most Canadians will consider the movie as a whole yet another example of the poor state of the Canadian film industry.


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