How do you get ahead in business when you’re sort of mousy and doesn’t have much in terms of social skills? Well, killing all of the people ahead of you might just about do it. That seems to be the plot of the dark comedy “Miss Nobody”, which was completed in 2007 and was originally scheduled for a 2008 release, but has since been bumped over to 2009. It’s one of those independent films that eschews cool guys walking away from explosions in favor of a very cute Leslie Bibb (obviously playing against type) going around bumping people off because, gosh, it turns out she’s really, really good at murder.
A mild-mannered secretary discovers that she has a talent for murder as she ascends the corporate ladder.
Starring Leslie Bibb, Missi Pyle, Adam Goldberg, Kathy Baker, Mia Pollini, Gabriel Schwalenstocker, Brandon Routh, Keir O’Donnell, Vivica A. Fox, and Eddie Jemison. Directed by Tim Cox.