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My Tiny Universe (2004)

TV-14 | | Comedy, Drama | 5 November 2004 (USA)
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When a struggling actor stumbles upon an A-list movie producer's cellphone, a sleazy lifestyle of lies, wives, and mistresses is exposed - and lit up in flames - in this witty and biting Hollywood satire.





Cast overview:
Andy Comeau ... Dickie
John Heard ... Bobby
Debi Mazar ... Bonnie
Lesley Ann Warren ... Vee
Lobo Sebastian ... Luis
Jillian Peterson ... Sara
Roberto Bacalski ... Photographer
Skye McKenzie Skye McKenzie ... Photographer


In "my tiny universe", a dark comedy, Bobby Devillin is one of the biggest producers in Hollywood, making a string of big-budget action films during the last two decades. But his personal life is a train wreck. Vee, his second wife hosts a Hollywood TV Magazine show. She desperately clings onto their fifteen year marriage in spite of his many infidelities. On a particular Saturday afternoon, Bobby's life is crashing to a halt. His pregnant mistress Bonnie has flown out from New York to confront him, as his negotiations with superstar "Tom" are breaking down. While jogging with Karen, his L.A. girlfriend, she suddenly grabs his cell phone and throws it into the bushes. A suicidal actor is startled out of his moment of truth when he hears the ringing sound of a cell phone in the bush. He answers the phone, and with relish unravels Bobby's elaborate web of deceit, by luring all the participants up to his treetop hideaway, wreaking havoc on Bobby's world. Written by Glen Scantlebury & Lucy Phillips

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Sometimes life isn't funny anymore


Comedy | Drama


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Bobby: Because of you, we can't hire a straight limo driver.
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Just terrible
14 March 2008 | by lefty-37See all my reviews

This is one of the worst movies I've ever seen. The acting is dreadful, none of the characters are believable or even likable, and it is absolutely full of clichés.

The film meanders for the first thirty minutes in a story that makes very little sense and is annoying at best. By forty minutes in, you're bored stiff and staring at the clock, wondering when this is going to end.

Though I'm sure one might wonder how a movie that contains such gems as "What are you two, in the brotherhood of penises?" and "If I'm going to kill myself, I'm gonna make damn sure I'm drunk enough to do it!" slurred out oh-so-convincingly by a "pregnant" woman who has spent the last hour cursing out every person she comes into contact with.

Argh. Life's too short for movies like this.

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5 November 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Az én világom See more »


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$500,000 (estimated)
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