No Clue

5.71 h 36 min2013X-Ray16+
When a beautiful woman named Kyra accidentally stumbles into Leo Falloon's office and mistakes him for a private investigator, he doesn't exactly set the record straight. He instead agrees to help locate her missing brother - one of Vancouver's top video game designers. Leo's investigation leads him into the surprisingly dangerous and cutthroat world of the video game industry.
Carl Bessai
Brent ButtAmy SmartDavid Koechner
English [CC]
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David CubittDan Payne
Laura LightbownBrent Butt
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4.3 out of 5 stars

263 global ratings

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DKKPhilosopherReviewed in the United States on August 8, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
Canadian Knives Out?
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I have given this review a title that references the movie KNIVES OUT because I want to warn my fellow Corner Gas fans that they must not go in expecting to see anything like CORNER GAS. I thought that this movie was a lot of fun. It is just over 90 minutes, which is how long a movie like this should be. In terms of comedy style, I think some Corner Gassers will not like it; if you enjoyed KNIVES OUT, I think you will enjoy this.

You can read other reviews if you want some plot details. Here, I will make a handful of comments to help you decide if and when you should sit down with NO CLUE.

-There was very little to offend. I recall one brief reference to someone sleeping with someone. If you want a movie for family night, this is as safe as most episodes of Corner Gas. I do not remember any bad words getting used. There's a easy action fight sequence, and one image of a dead man on a floor with blood visible.
-I have prosapagnosia (face blindness) which often makes it difficult to watch movies. However, most of the actors in this movie have distinctive facial features which makes it easier to enjoy. There are two similar looking blonde females, but their personalities were different enough that I think others with this issue will still enjoy it.
-You must not think about Corner Gas when you watch this, no matter how much you wish Hank was playing Ernie!
-What if Brent Butt tried to reboot Rockford Files? That's one way to think about this.
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Calamity JaneReviewed in the United States on August 29, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Brent Butt's shtick gets old rather quickly......
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Like it was said in Hollywood before the digital age..... "This movie was a total waste of celluloid!"

Brett Butt's comedic style must be an acquired taste. I found his character to be boring and predictable with the same lame rhythm in every scene. Pretty much the same character from another of his creations......'Corner Gas'.....BTW.......Brent Butt also wrote this hot mess of a movie!

I gotta be honest..... The movie was NOT good!

How it has garnered a 4.3 stars rating on Amazon Prime is a total mystery...... A 5.5 rating on IMDb is still a very generous to say the least.

Don't waste your time.

Side note: Dustin Milligan has a small role in this flick...... Dustin went on to become one of the cast members of Schitt's Creek.
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ponzReviewed in the United States on August 21, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
Canadian key-fob Fletch
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I really enjoyed this movie. Our main character Leo is a cross between the deadpan dryness of Chase's Fletch and Murray's naive Wallace in The Man Who Knew Too Little. This is the first I've ever seen of Brent Butt. He could've very easily taken this way too far into parody and made Leo a bumbling Mr. Bean. I so appreciate the restraint. It's not a laugh riot but I consider it a clever and pleasantly humorous way to relax for an hour and a half.
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Inner BeautyReviewed in the United States on September 18, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
The Pink Panther meets George Costanza
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I have never heard of the main character/comedian, Brent Butt, but he's so lame, he's funny. His prowess as a P.I. reminded me of Inspector Clouseau without as much of the physical comedy. His insecurities had a George Costanza quality that was absolutely endearing. Amy Smart was the helpless female lead, who ended up being not-so-helpless after all.
The movie was of the genre, "It's so bad, it's good." If you are really craving a stupid movie, this is the one you didn't even know you wanted to watch. Not a movie for the kids, it's probably the Canadian equivalent of PG-13.
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KeithReviewed in the United States on September 20, 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Deserves 10 Stars
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A wonderfully delightful parody. The humor was non-stop, all delivered with a style that makes it feel like an instant classic. I must have paused the movie at least 50 times just to catch my breath from all the laughter. I can't believe I've never heard about this movie, it's the best film nobody knows about. The pace is perfect, 100% cliche, which is gold for a parody, absolutely top-notch. I expect to watch it again in the not-too-distant future. I'll be telling my friend about this movie for quite some time. Hats off to the cast, crew, and especially the writers. What a masterpiece!
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Paul MinturnReviewed in the United States on December 3, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
real treat for Brent Butt/Corner Gas fans
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really enjoyed this feature-length film noir comedy from Brent Butt, the creator of Canadian sitcom CORNER GAS. this fast-paced, smart little thriller shows Brent as the owner of a novelties company who is mistaken for a private detective by a distraught woman trying to find her missing brother. he plays along and is increasingly entangled in the mystery. even though he is out of his field he manages to string together bits of the story and discover what's going on. totally enjoyable and well plotted.
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Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on November 30, 2022
4.0 out of 5 stars
Canada is Paradise
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This was a good movie. The reason I assert that Canada is paradise is because actors like Brent Butt, whose name should tip you off that he's a dweeb, get chicks like Leonardo Di does down here. Amy Smart is in this movie and we get the feeling that Brent has a shot with her.
Even in real life, Brent Butt is married to an actress named Nancy Robertson, who is totally out of his league, except in Canada.
I liked this movie enough to check out Corner Gas. It's 15 yrs old and was apparently the top sitcom in Canada during its run. I'd either never heard of it of forgot it, and it appears I'm going to watch every season of it. Nancy Robertson is in it too and is pretty funny.
BigsReviewed in the United States on May 1, 2022
4.0 out of 5 stars
I loved this movie, No Clue, and Corner Gas as well.
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Don't let the beginning of this movie throw you off. Stay the course and take it for what it is. The adlibs and tongue-in-cheek deliveries were well presented. Brent Butt is a talented writer and actor who created, wrote, and starred in Corner Gas and No Clue. I enjoyed them both and hope to see more in the future.
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