Nobody (2021, dir. Ilya Naishuller)

A browbeaten family man with a past comes up against Russian mobsters. Okay action comedy with slapstick brutality galore. A fine cast, some invention in the detail, and a couple of neat directorial moments help, though there’s a heavy-handed approach to pop scoring and to the fantasy world of the movie.

Here’s the trailer.

The Perfect Storm (2000, Dir. Wolfgang Petersen)

A fishing vessel and crew head into mortal danger during an enormous storm. Genuinely impressive VFX lend this true story adaptation some real weight. The script is a little corny and the acting suffers as a result – but there is no denying the film delivers some punch. Worth a watch!

The Perfect Storm (2000, Dir. Wolfgang Petersen)

Patient Seven (2016, dir. Danny Draven and others)

A researcher discusses six notable patients in the same mental hospital. OK horror anthology with some reasonable production values and decent story quality, though the final twist is supremely guessable.