Robert Taylor’s review published on Letterboxd:
A John Wick rehash from that film's writer that hits beats we've seen before but gets a lot of mileage out of replacing Keanu Reeve's ethereal hitman with Bob Odenkirk's beleaguered everyman. The early action scenes, including a brutal bus fight and a clever trunk escape, are expertly choreographed and thrilling to watch. I wasn't as wowed by the Home Alone-esque shenanigans that make up the film's climax. Odenkirk is great, but Nobody's supporting cast members, including RZA and Christopher Lloyd, aren't nearly as compelling as the colorful side players running around the Wick-verse. Still, at a brisk 92 minutes, it would be hard for action fans to muster any serious complaints.