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Nobody (DVD)

Nobody (DVD)

DVD - 2021
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Hutch Mansell is an underestimated and overlooked dad and husband, taking life's indignities on the chin and never pushing back. A nobody. When two thieves break into his suburban home one night, Hutch declines to defend himself or his family, hoping to prevent serious violence. His teenage son, Blake, is disappointed in him and his wife, Becca, seems to pull only further away. The aftermath of the incident strikes a match to Hutch's long-simmering rage, triggering dormant instincts and propelling him on a brutal path that will surface dark secrets and lethal skills. In a barrage of fists, gunfire and squealing tires, Hutch must save his family from a dangerous adversary, and ensure that he will never be underestimated as a nobody again.
"Bob Odenkirk comes on strong as an angry dad at war with the mob...the Better Call Saul star shows his street-fighter skills in violent but entertaining revenge film."--Richard Roeper
"A symphony of slapstick violence composed in brilliant clarity... The fracas reveals 'Nobody' in its true form: a bleak action-comedy whose biggest laughs stem from a hunger for gratuitous brutality."--Los Angeles Times
"Taking itself much less seriously than the Taken series and its predecessors, it's a wish-fulfillment romp just as ludicrous as any of them but more fun than most."--Hollywood Reporter
Publisher: [United States] : Universal, 2021
Edition: Widescreen ed
ISBN: $34.99
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 92 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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Kawcity
May 21, 2021

Delightful irreverent fun. If you are a fan of the Fargo series, this is for u!!!

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TLPS
May 19, 2021

If you put "John Wick," the original 1974 "Death Wish," "Straw Dogs" (Sam Peckinpah's, not Rod Lurie's), and the first and best "Die Hard" into a cinematic Cuisinart, you'd have Ilya ("Hardcore Henry") Naishuller's instant cult classic: a kickass action flick that "boys" (and "girls") of all ages will be endlessly quoting for years to come. Bob ("Better Call Saul") Odenkirk plays a mild-mannered office drone/family man whose inner ninja is released after a failed home invasion. Soon he's going mano a mano with a Russian oligarch (Aleksey Serebyakou), and wracking up a prodigious body count that would make Rambo blush. A throwaway line near the end--"A bit excessive, but glorious"--beautifully captures
its gonzo sensibility. I just hope they don't ruin it with a sequel. Or sequels.

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