The last time Hollywood Elsewhere saw a movie on a big screen in Los Angeles was sometime in mid-to-late February of 2020 — 13 months ago. Tomorrow evening I plan to see Ilya Naishuller and Bob Odenkirk‘s Nobody (Universal) at either the AMC Century City or out at Universal City. I know what it is — Odenkirk looking to muscle in on the Liam “Paycheck” Neeson vigilante brand — and I know it only has an 81% Rotten Tomatoes rating, and I don’t care. I don’t want to wait until the 4.16 VOD/streaming begins.