Bob Odenkirk is the face of vengeance in blackly comic thriller Nobody. The Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad star taps into his violent side in our upcoming Unlimited screening, so if you want to see a different side to the actor, this is your chance.
Odenkirk plays the mild-mannered Hutch Mansell whose family is attacked by burglars. Tormented by his perceived inability to do nothing, Hutch is later compelled to protect a woman on a bus from a gang of thugs. This puts him in the crosshairs of a ruthless drug lord, setting in motion a chain of events that's as bloody as it is outrageous.
The John Wick writer/producer duo of Derek Kolstad and David Leitch put another spin on the perennial 'wronged man' scenario, and Nobody generates dark laughs as we see the extent to which Hutch will go. Check out the trailer and witness the birth of an unlikely new action hero. There's also a cameo from a certain Back to the Future favourite...
Nobody has received positive reviews from US critics, and has grossed $49 million against its $16 million budget. Writes Michael O'Sullivan in The Washington Post: "For anyone with a taste for the stylized violence and self-aware cartoonishness of the "John Wick" films - a taste for blood and mayhem that comes closer to corn syrup than most cinematic carnage - Nobody is a brutal treat."