Nobody | The Bus Fight in 4K HDR

čas přidán 7. 01. 2022
Hutch (Bob Odenkirk) seems like just another ordinary man sitting at the back of the bus to these drunkards. Little do they know, he's ready to ruin their entire night. Watch Bob Odenkirk channel his inner Fight Club in this incredible 5-on-1 fight scene!

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Hutch is a nobody. As an overlooked and underestimated father and husband, he takes life's indignities on the chin and never rocks the boat. But when his daughter loses her beloved kittycat bracelet in a robbery, Hutch hits a boiling point no one knew he had. What happens when a pushover finally pushes back? Hutch flips from regular dad to fearless fighter by taking his enemies on a wild ride of explosive revenge. The writer of John Wick showcases Emmy® winner Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul) as fans have never seen him before: an average family man who becomes a lethal vigilante unlike any ordinary action hero.

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Cast: Bob Odenkirk, Connie Nielsen, RZA, Christopher Lloyd
Produced by: Kelly McCormick, David Leitch, Braden Aftergood, Bob Odenkirk, Marc Provissiero
Directed by: Ilya Naishuller


  • As an actual city bus driver, this was incredibly satisfying to watch.

  • Fun fact: Bob said in an interview that training he went through for this film saved his life when he had a heart attack during season 6 filming. His heart was strong and the vessels were wide enough to stay alive.

  • As a healthcare professional, I like how Hutch gives the guy a tracheostomy at the end of the scene after smashing his trachea with the metal pole. Shows class and real concern for humanity even through all the violence. Good show Bob Odenkirk.

  • Holy Shit, the look on their faces when he walks back in after being thrown through the window. They went from being the baddest dudes on the block to shell-shocked victims in only 3 minutes

  • I remember when my friends and I saw this movie we were disappointed when Hutch got thrown out of the bus thinking he lost and how it ended so anti-climacticly but when he limped and reboarded the bus we legit threw popcorn screaming. So hype

  • I gotta say, this is the most realistic fight scene I've seen in a movie really. At least when it comes to groups. There's times when there's "one at a time" parts, but that's usually explained by them getting fucked up right before. But most of it, it's everyone coming at him the most they can, and him taking a beating for it. He winds up winning with skill, but not before getting his ass beat a fair amount himself lol.

  • dude went from "better call Saul" to "better call 911"

  • absolutely love how he starts smiling when they start harassing the woman. finally he has an excuse to let loose and absolutely destroy them

  • Immediately became one of the most iconic fight scenes in movie history.

  • How he goes to town with that knife when he goes back in is the most brutal thing ever and exactly why good instructors warn you to stay out of knife fights - you'll get stabbed left and right.

  • Crazy how he just manages to keep going. For a moment it looks like he’s exhausted and he’s gonna get overpowered but he actually manages to keep getting back up.

  • Never has a scene in any movie left my jaw dropped that wide.

  • From a lawyer to a fighter.

  • Had no idea what this movie was about and watched it alone one afternoon. Loved it SO much I watched it a few more times, sharing it with family and friends. What a fun movie. Violent, yes, but also funny and so very well done!

  • I really love how well his actions telegraph what's going through his mind in this scene, so that we can see the series of steps he takes in his head from "sick of this nonsense but out of practice" to "alright now I'm warmed up, let's fight for real" and finally on to "you lost your chance when you pulled out weapons, it's time to play for keeps." Guy was just trying to protect the girl and give them a proper beating, and you can pinpoint the exact moment when he realizes he's going to have to seriously injure these thugs to get them to stay down.

  • Let’s all appreciate how he saved the last guy while his friends are dead. Respect.

  • This film is awesome, I can't stop watching it.

  • Love this scene! In 7 minutes it shows how willing but rusty he is at the start of the fight then finds his stride by the time he climbs back on the bus for round two...great directing!

  • I love how the bad guys didn't stay down, and how the main character actually gets hurt.

  • Just a ridiculously good fight scene - it instantly goes into the pantheon of unforgettable fight scenes with the likes of the Old Boy hallway fight and the They Live alley fight.