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No Good Deed

No longer available to stream

Still want to watch it? Try looking for 'No Good Deed' on Amazon.

 

 

Date Added: 18th February 2015

Date Removed: 18th February 2016

Available for: 12 months

 

 

Description:

A cop stumbles upon a bank robbery and is abducted by the crooks. They keep him at their hideaway with only the ringleader's girlfriend to keep watch.

 

Certificate:

Year: 2002

Duration: 1hr 33m

 

Director: Bob Rafelson

 

Cast: Samuel L. Jackson, Milla Jovovich, Stellan Skarsgård, Doug Hutchison, Joss Ackland, Grace Zabriskie, Jonathan Higgins, Shannon Lawson, Robert Welch, Joris Jarsky

 

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