Director: Jalmari Helander
Year Released: 2022
Rating: 2.0

Gold prospector (and former commando) Aatami Korpi (Jorma Tommila) discovers the motherlode but comes up against a group of German soldiers, led by Bruno Helldorf (Aksel Hennie), who want the treasure ... and let's just say he doesn't make it easy for them.  To get the most out of the cartoonish violence, you're going to have to temporarily forget any previously obtained knowledge about logic or physics as Korpi consistently defies death (he survives underwater by supposedly breathing out of his victims' slashed throats), and it doesn't hurt his case when the Nazis have terrible aim and waste thousands of rounds of ammunition on him (to no avail).  There isn't a lot of talking in there - and what is said is almost entirely in English - but that's a good thing, since the dialogue is sub-par.  The main character is based in part on Finnish sniper Simo Häyhä who single-handedly took out approximately 500 Soviet troops ... but I also suspect it's "inspired" by a certain invincible assassin played by Keanu Reeves.