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Little Black Book

3.7 out of 5 stars 118 customer reviews

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Brittany Murphy will capture your heart in this wickedly funny film about a really nice girl who's a disaster waiting to happen. Hired to work on a tabloid TV show, Stacy Holt's life gets turned upside down when she is persuaded to explore one of the show's themes, and snoops through her boyfriend's Palm Pilot. But she's forgetting one thing: in the world of daytime TV, there's always a shocking surprise in store -- and she's about to get a big one!


Special Features

  • "Be My Guest: Inside Daytime Talk Shows" featurette
  • "Live & On-Air: The Making of Little Black Book" featurette
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Product Details

  • Actors: Kathy Bates, Brittany Murphy, Ron Livingston, Holly Hunter
  • Directors: Nick Hurran
  • Producers: Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, William Sherak, Jason Shuman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.0), French (Unknown)
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 4, 2005
  • Run Time: 107 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0006D3HCE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,168 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Little Black Book" on IMDb

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By Lloyd Lofthouse VINE VOICE on September 22, 2007
Format: DVD
little Black Book

This is a Romantic Comedy with a dramatic surprise twist at the end. As the title suggests, this is where curiosity to find out what is in "his" little black book (electronic palm device) leads to jealousy, disappointment, a broken heart and then the truth which sets Brittany free to achieve her life goal. What more can I say. Buy it and have some fun. It's a light hearted comedy with a twist and a theme that should make you stop and think. Possibly you will examine your own life too.
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As a general rule, I try to avoid anything with Holly Hunter in it - but Brittany Murphy is just so darn cute, and Kathy Baker always turns in a great performance, so I decided to give Little Black Book a go. It was a good decision. The film was different and very entertaining, in a weird sort of way, and even Holly Hunter wasn't that bad. I guess you could call this a romantic comedy, although it certainly doesn't fit the mold perfectly. It's also a satire, using one of those awful daytime talk shows our society is now cursed with as the fulcrum for everything that takes place.

Brittany Murphy is Stacy Holt, a young woman cruising up the escalator of happiness - at first. She just got a job as an associate producer for The Kippie Kann Show, and she thinks she has finally found Mr. Right and his first name is Derek (Ron Livingston). Then Derek goes out of town for a couple of weeks, and Stacy's co-worker Barb (Holly Hunter) gets her wondering about good old Derek's past. She discovers all kinds of pictures on his PDA and seeks out and interviews three of his former girlfriends, making them think she is pre-interviewing them for a segment about them (all are quite successful in their own sorts of ways) on The Kippie Kann Show. A comedy of error ensues. As you might suspect, there's a really big twist to the whole story, one that doesn't exactly come at you from the blind side, but I'm not going to ruin it for anybody.

Some people say Holly Hunter steals the show; she's good, but Brittany Murphy carries the whole movie as far as I'm concerned (I loved Kathy Bates as Kippie Kann, but hers was something of a secondary character). I'm not saying Brittany Murphy is the only actress who could have played Stacy Holt, but this movie would have bombed with many another actress.
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This is Brittany's best role to date. An the movie doesn't disappoint you with a typical ending. Which is refreshing. Holly Hunter is an absolute standout in this movie. If you looking for quality entertainment. Grab some popcorn and see this movie.
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I just watched "Little Black Book". It was both entertaining and thought provoking in that it makes the viewer think about morality---what would I do if in the same situation as the main character in this movie?

If you had suspicions about your partner, AND had a job that required you to come up with creative and titillating ideas (talk show associate producer) AND were obsessively curious about your partner's past---what would you do? Would you violate their privacy, given the incredible pressure to do so, or would you remain ignorant, trust, and come up with an alternate idea for your show? The show here is a sleezy Jerry-Springer-esque show, just to increase the pressure for the main character, played by Brittany Murphy.

The movie was entertaining because of a good performance by Brittany Murphy, and good roles played by the familiar and talented Holly Hunter and Kathy Bates.

This is not soley or even mainly a young person's movie, as one might think from the title and DVD cover. It is in some ways, the modern equivalent of a "morality play", and therefore has more to offer than the average DVD rental or purchase.

I liked it because it made me think. And because it was about personal strength, not just a typical romance. And about truth.

The idea person who would enjoy this is probably a middle-aged woman (Carly Simon plays a small but pivotal role in the plot) or anyone who wants to think about her/his role, lifestyle, and morality in modern times. However, I think men and young people would enjoy it too.
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Ok another great movie!

Stacy Holt has been in and out of bad relationships, constantly. So has her mother, and they always turned to Carly Simon. But now, Stacy thinks she has found her true calling. The One. Derek. Stacy works on a daytime talk show, which now the topic is Little Black Books, which she then starts to wonder, what about her beloved Derek? She has gotten a hold of his Palm Pilot, and now that she has the password, she breaks into it and finds that Derek has 3 former girlfriends! One is a gynocoligist, and to spy on her she had to book herself an appointment! And a model Lulu. Well, Stacy figures out that Derek still talks to LULU! Well, she gets Lulu an interview, pretending she is going to be on the show, also with the doctor. And now, she has gotten herself into trouble with the help of Barb, her co worker. Who at the end, tells all the lies Stacy hid from Derek. And then Stacy gets furious at Barb, and we see the sad picture of Stacy sitting in the yellow beetle bug with rain pouring down, crying that we saw in the beginning. Then life turns out to get better, 3 months or so later, she goes to her favorite coffee place, where her old high school crush is the owner. She tells him everything, but it turns out his wife is pregnant, so she ends up with nobody, but the producer of a TV show.

This movie is fantastic!
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