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No Good Deed is a 2002 American crime thriller film directed by Bob Rafelson, his last feature film to date. It stars Samuel L. Jackson, Milla Jovovich, Stellan Skarsgård and Doug Hutchison. The screenplay by Christopher Cannan and Steve Barancik is based on the short story "The House in Turk Street" by Dashiell Hammett.
I saw a small bit of "No Good Deed" on television recently and realized that this was a Samuel L. Jackson film I had never seen or heard of. I am used to seeing Mr. Jackson play cops but what drew me to the film was his love for the cello. I HAD to purchase this dvd just to see how this seemingly lonely cop/musician turned out.
Echoes of The Maltese Falcon reverberate through No Good Deed, a loose, updated adaptation of Dashiell Hammett's kidnapped-cop tale The House on Turk Street. Unfortunately, the film proves an interesting disaster at best, certain to leave fans of noir director Bob Rafelson (Blood and Wine) wondering what happened. Samuel L. Jackson plays lonely ...
Jul 07, 2015 · Amazon.com: No Good Deed - Blu-ray: Samuel L. Jackson, Milla Jovovich, Stellan Skarsgård, Doug Hutchison, Joss Ackland, Grace Zabriskie, Bob Rafelson: Movies & TV
Apr 16, 2012 · Cello-playing cop Jack Friar (Samuel L. Jackson) searches for a teenage runaway on Turk Street and ends up in the home of an elderly couple (Joss Ackland and Grace Zabriskie). ... No Good Deed is ...
- crime, drama, mystery and thriller
No Good Deed (2002) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. ... Samuel L. Jackson (as Robert Stevenson) Production Management .
No Good Deed is a 2002 American crime thriller film directed by Bob Rafelson, his last feature film to date. It stars Samuel L. Jackson, Milla Jovovich, Stellan Skarsgård and Doug Hutchison.
In the long-shelved No Good Deed, Samuel L.Jackson hovers serenely above the fray, playing a kidnapped amateur cellist/veteran cop whose stately composure makes his captors' frayed edges and mercurial tempers look all the more frantic by comparison.