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  • I must admit that this movie could have been better if there was good work on the script and the way it was filmed
  • Charlie, the part interpreted by Schwimmer, tries to but a brave face when he disaster strikes however he has got a great difficulty in staying patient

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      “Big Nothing” is a comedy about how to stay on the wrong side of the law with the actors, David Schwimmer and Simon Pegg at their best. I must admit that this movie could have been better if there was good work on the script and the way it was filmed.

      “Big Nothing” is


      about Charlie who is an ex-teacher that tried to work in a call center but wasn’t good enough and so he got fired. In great need to provide for his family, he teams up with his friend Gus (Pegg) to blackmail Reverend Smalls, a part interpret by Mitchell Mullen. What seemed to be a ...

      • straight forward job ended up to be more complicated.

        A positive thing about this movie is that it had a good continuity in the way it presented the story on the screen but more work on the script would have made it a great smashing success. I must say that I enjoyed Pegg’s scenes. He

        had some great lines to say especially when he was caught in a tight spot! Charlie, the part interpreted by Schwimmer, tries to but a brave face when he disaster strikes however he has got a great difficulty in staying patient.

        “Big Nothing” is a good thriller with comic touch that will put you in a good mood.



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