Run time: 92 mins

The idea of an itchy trigger finger as the solution to midlife malaise is ridiculous, and Nobody knows it.


When Hutch Mansell (Bob Odenkirk) opts not to fight back when his house gets broken into by armed intruders, everyone around him shakes their heads in barely disguised contempt at his perceived weakness.


But what no one is aware of is that he’s actually a trained killer in nondescript dad drag, one who gave up the life in favor of a peaceful existence with his wife and kids. If this sounds a bit like the start of a certain Keanu Reeves franchise, know that Hutch also has a fateful run-in with the shiftless relative of a formidable Russian gangster who runs a neon-lit nightclub. Nobody shares the same screenwriter as John Wick, so there is that.


Nobody is more violent lark than probing satire, but between Odenkirk’s smartly underplayed performance, the surprises in the screenplay, and the puckishly brutal direction of Ilya Naishuller (Hardcore Henry), it’s a wonderfully paced and consistently clever action romp that ups the ante of a genre that’s dominated by eye-rolling duds. (Jack Whiting)


Saturday 17th July
07:00 pm
Friday 25th June
19:30
Thursday 15th July
19:30
Saturday 26th June
14:00
Friday 30th July
14:00
Sunday 27th June
18:00
Monday 28th June
19:30
Tuesday 29th June
19:30
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Wednesday 30th June
14:00
Wednesday 30th June
19:30
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Saturday 3rd July
14:00
Thursday 29th July
14:00
Wednesday 7th July
14:00
Wednesday 7th July
19:30
Thursday 8th July
19:30
Sunday 11th July
18:00
Tuesday 13th July
19:30
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Wednesday 14th July
14:00
Wednesday 14th July
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Tuesday 20th July
19:30
Wednesday 21st July
14:00
Wednesday 21st July
19:30
Saturday 24th July
19:00
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19:30
Wednesday 28th July
14:00
Thursday 29th July
19:30