Nobody

critic Reviews

, 82% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Nobody doesn't break any new ground for the genre, but this viscerally violent thriller smashes, shatters, and destroys plenty of other things -- all while proving Bob Odenkirk has what it takes to be an action star.
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    Stephen RomeiThe Australian
    This is not an emotionally deep film, but it does raise interesting questions about whether the life we once lived is the one we prefer.
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    Wenlei MaNews.com.au
    Nobody is as visceral and smashing as it ludicrous and bonkers, and it is every bit the flashy and vigorously violent movie you'd expect to match its enormously high body count.
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    tt stern-enziWXIX-TV (Cincinnati, OH)
    Pure fun, pure adrenaline.
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    Thelma AdamsAARP Movies for Grownups
    Christopher Lloyd, 82, is having a moment. After playing wingman to William Shatner's late-life Romeo in Senior Moment, the Back to the Future star gets the film's biggest laughs as Mansell's Pops.
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    Jake WilsonThe Age (Australia)
    While Nobody can be taken as a species of parody, Odenkirk never lets on. The ability to deliver lines like "Give me the kitty-cat bracelet" with total, grim conviction: that too could be seen as heroism, of a sort.
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    Richard BrodyNew Yorker
    What makes this fantasy of cowboy-style self-defense so disturbing is that it isn't limited to the movies. It's the very same belief system that gets used, in real life, to justify the American obsession with gun ownership.
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    Jeremy JahnsJeremyJahns.com
    [Bob Odenkirk is] a great actor, and he gets to show that in here because.
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    Norman WilnerNOW Toronto
    Yes, this is basically a rewrite of the first John Wick, but Odenkirk finds an entirely different way into it - expanding on Hutch's shadowy backstory with a nuanced performance that sets him completely apart...
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    Ryan SyrekThe Reader (Omaha, NE)
    Like Liam Neeson who was Taken before him, Bob Odenkirk has surprisingly joined the list of violent cinema daddies who would rather catch a body than buy a boat to assuage their quiet discontentment with life.
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    John SerbaDecider
    Nobody is wild, OTT fun that might not work without Odenkirk's full-bore performance.
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