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- 1h 31m
Hutch is a nobody. As an overlooked and underestimated father and husband, he takes life's indignities on the chin and never rocks the boat. But when his daughter loses her beloved kittycat bracelet in a robbery, Hutch hits a boiling point no one knew he had. What happens when a pushover finally pushes back? Hutch flips from regular dad to fearless fighter by taking his enemies on a wild ride of explosive revenge. The writer of John Wick showcases Emmy® winner Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul) as fans have never seen him before: an average family man who becomes a lethal vigilante unlike any ordinary action hero.
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Critics Consensus: 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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Revenge actioner is extremely violent; guns, drugs, cursing.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Nobody is an action crime thriller about Hutch Mansell (Bob Odenkirk), a suburban husband/father who's pushed to the brink after a home invasion. Looking for an outlet for his rage, Hutch ends up taking down a group of young men who are out for a night of partying, putting them all in the hospital and near death. His targets aren't portrayed as great guys -- they drive under the influence, and they make an inappropriate comment to a young woman who's sitting alone on a bus -- but their behavior doesn't warrant Hutch's vicious attack. Violence is graphic and extreme, escalating as the film progresses, with deaths getting more over-the-top and gory. Think shootings, stabbings, punches, bombings, and more. And so many guns: Nearly every male character is packing a weapon or blowing someone away, with pieces ranging from a .38 special to an Uzi. (Toxic masculinity, anyone?) The villain snorts cocaine, and heroic characters drink. Language is strong, with "f--k" as the word of choice. There's a quick glimpse of BDSM photos.
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- Genre:Action, Drama
- Theatrical Release Date:February 26, 2021
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
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