Nobody movie review - Aussieboyreviews


Oh yeah it will! Especially to fans of action-revenge movies like John Wick. Nobody is a violent, entertainingly slow but engaging action-thriller worth a watch for OLDER teens looking for thrilling action.


A man with a wife and kids finds his life changed when thieves break into his house. While trying to seek vengeance on the thieves, he triggers the wrath of a crime lord after he attacks his brother.

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Movie details

Director: Ilya Naishuller
Cast: Bob Odenkirk, Connie Nielsen, RZA, Aleksei Serebryakov, Christopher Lloyd
Writer: Derek Kolstad
Release Date (Australia): 1 April 2021
Runtime: 92 minutes/1h 32m
Genre: Action, Thriller, Crime
Country: USA
Language: English


Themes (M)

The film features criminal activity, crime themes and multiple intense action sequences. After a lengthy fight scene, a man performs an incision into a man’s throat, then inserts a straw, allowing him to breathe.

Violence (MA15+)

The film contains multiple sequences of action violence, including scenes depicting shooting, beating and stabbing which are frequently accompanied by bloody sprays and injury detail.

Coarse Language (M)

The film includes use of aggressive “f**k” language, as well as mild coarse language such as “s**t” and “**shole”.

Drug Use (M)

A character is briefly depicted snorting cocaine from his fists.

Sex (PG)

The film contains infrequent verbal references to sex and sexualised imagery.

mpaa rating

R (for strong violence and bloody images, language throughout and brief drug use)

Aussie boy's thoughts

Don’t miss Odenkirk’s vengefully effective role in this exciting action-thriller, especially if you’re expecting vicious John-Wick-style. Similar to John Wick, the action is very violent, very stylish and unforgettably awesome. The revenge plot is also pleasurable, as Bob Odenkirk’s character takes down a group of dope fools, only to become the target of a drug lord.

What the film also achieves is some dark laughs and clever moves. Plus it beats most of today’s slow-paced action flicks. However, Nobody doesn’t present much originality and most of the former action sequences usually lack fast rapidity.

Nobody just won’t beat John Wick, but will win as a worth-watching flick for 2021. It also lives up to its genre as an action-thriller, portraying intense and fashionable sequences of guns, crime and blood. The film also mixes with intelligent twists and isn’t afraid of brutality. And hopefully it means fair to state that Nobody lacks losing its solid energy.

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