Every single decision you make in life ripples outward for all of eternity. Even something simple you did today that felt meaningless will have an impact on your life (and the lives around you) that you do may see for years. Some call this philosophy the butterfly effect, while scientists and physicists have completely different names and theories about it. Depending on how much you know and believe about string theory or the multiverse ideas, some say our lives are on multiple timelines at one point. Any one decision we make acts like a little break in the train tracks we are on that suddenly send us off in different directions without us even knowing. But what if, upon the final moments of your existence, you could look back and see all the possible ways it could have played out had you made different decisions? That is the incredibly deep and profound question that the movie Mr. Nobody poses, and it poses it so perfectly, I needed to restart my Why haven’t You Seen It column, which many of you know started over here some time ago. So for the first time from my own home, allow me to ask, why haven’t you seen Mr. Nobody? You, and all the world, needs to experience this film. The brightest of you will stop reading right now, trust that I have never steered you wrong, and Netflix this gem, right now. For the rest of you who may need a little more proof (without any spoilers), read on.