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Pam Grier, my heroine, has a walk through role here. I bet it didn't take two takes! Gary Daniels, a respectful action hero, is the lead. Regardless, it is a no brainer movie with no plot, no characters you coudld care for & minimal action. If you watched this, you wasted your time!
First off I expected this to be a master P and Gary Daniels buddy cop
thing but it didn't turn out that way at all. It was basically a
mediocre gary daniels movie with all the clichés tacked on.
could have been so much better if say master P and gary Daniels were like cops or something but instead it felt like a 75 minute gary daniels movie and a 15 minute master P. His two action scenes one in the beginning and one an hour in were OK and funny. I liked his gold plated guns
It just didn't match and left me unsatisfied.
all in all the acting and plot are thin to say the least. the budget seemed to be good though considering everything and I feel like Master P spent a lot of money on this. Its a shame he didn't spend more time figuring out a decent movie plot line.
Gary Daniels doesn't use any martial arts in this movie sadly so if you like him for that stay away. just maybe stay away from this in general not very good at all
You might think that a B movie with Gary Busey, Jeff Fahey, Gary Daniels, and Pam Grier in its cast, as well as the fact that it was a co-production with PM Entertainment, which made classic B movies like RAGE and THE SWEEPER, that the end results would be pretty entertaining. Sadly, the movie ends up being somewhat underwhelming. A co-production with the hip hop film production unit No Limit, the mix between hip-hop elements and standard B movie going-ons is awkward. In fact, the hip hop elements just appear at the beginning, then in the middle, then at the end. Those into rap will be disappointed. As for those expecting typical B movie stuff will be disappointed as well. Some of the action isn't bad, though there's one action sequence that uses extensive footage from the Gene Hackman movie NARROW MARGIN. (And the end action sequence seems to use footage from AIR America.) And martial arts star Gary Daniels doesn't use his martial art skills once! Production values are generally good, but the script is frequently boring, wasting Grier and Fahey. The movie seems to have been designed to appeal to as big an audience as possible, but ends up pleasing no one.
This interesting and fairly gripping action thriller would have you believe that it is a Pam Grier movie a la JACKIE BROWN or some kind of neo "blaxploitation" tale.It is not,it is first and foremost a Gary Daniels movie.If you don't recognize his name then you should.Gary Daniels is the star of a number of impressive martial arts movies that have appeared on video over the last few years and in looks,fighting skills and acting ability he is up there with the best in the genre.What makes NO TOMORROW different is the fact that Gary does not fight at all in this movie,in fact the character he plays is something of an enigma although he is a hero figure,albeit an unusual one,well written and well played. There are lots of twists and turns throughout this story of a man who becomes involved(perhaps unwittingly) in a power struggle amongst vicious gangsters who include Gary Busey;there are serviceable supporting performances from the likes of Jeff Fahey and rapper Master P (the director no less!)but it is Gary Daniels you watch and if you wonder after seeing this movie why this man is not a major star yet you will not be alone.More and more people are asking the same question.His time must be approaching.
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