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|My Tiny Universe|
Actors: Andy Comeau, John Heard, Debi Mazar, Lesley Ann Warren
Directors: Glen Scantlebury, Lucy Phillips
Genres: Comedy, Drama
In "My Tiny Universe", a dark comedy, Bobby Devillin (John Heard) 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... more »
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Chris M. from PROSPECT HTS, IL
Reviewed on 1/1/2010...
One of my favorite things to do is to pick up films that I have never heard of based on one of thew actors that I love. In this case -it is John Heard. The entire cast is wonderful and this slice of life has some twists and turns that are so suprizing! Make some Popcorn & enjoy!!
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Sally Britton | Seabrook, TX United States | 01/11/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Wow! This little movie had superb acting, and was just so REFRESHINGLY ORIGINAL! It was well written, and I can't imagine anyone with a modicum of intelligence not liking it. It WAS a rather far-fetched, (most movies are nowadays), but you just have to flow with it, take it like it is (a spoof on reality) and enjoy! It will NOT insult your intelligence like so many big expensive productions do lately. We REALLY REALLY enjoyed this movie."
Comeau's character was annoying. .. made the movie difficult
Star Gazer | Augusta, GA USA | 08/14/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Dickie (Andy Comeau's character) is a down-and-out actor (Dickie's down-and-out-actor father committed suicide) who is about to commit suicide in the Hollywood Hills when he hears a ringing cell phone below. It's been lost by top producer Bobby (John Heard), who wants the cell phone back badly--it's loaded with contact numbers of the rich and powerful in the industry. After Dickie inists Bobby come to his place to retrieve the phone, (still) suicidal Dickie enjoys antagonizing Bobby--luring Bobby's wife (Lesley Ann Warren) and woman-on-the-side (Debi Mazar) into his sick thoughts as well. No offense to Mr. Comeau, but I cheered during a specific scene. . I wanted that character to just go away! Dickie is an annoying loser who just can't take NO for an answer. Comeau is kinda like a extremely poor-man's John Cusack. But Mr. Cusack selects quality roles so far. . thank goodness. Hated this movie with a passion."