As originally written by Joe Eszterhas and Richard Marquand, Pals, which evolved into Nowhere to Run, was a character-driven drama without action sequences, the only retaining element being an escaped convict who falls in love with a neighboring widow and becomes a father figure to her children. Eszterhas disowned the final product. See more »
When buying spares for the triumph Bonneville, he buys brake fluid which you wouldn't need on a machine with cable operated drum brakes. See more »
[walks up on the porch towards Sam]
Well, I'm surprised to see that you're still here.
No, you're not.
Yes, I am.
[walks closer to Mr. Dunston]
If I see you near her or the children, I'll kill you.
[walks up closer]
Look. You seem like a smart fellow. The woman isn't worth it. And I'll tell you, when push comes to shove you're not going to be dealing with some little tin-badge local sheriff guy. You're going to be dealing with me. Okay?
I look forward to it.
[Mr. Dunston walks away from Sam]
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Written and Performed by Charlie Mitchell
Courtesy of Sony Pictures Entertainment Music Group See more »
One of Van Damme's better films.
Nowhere To Run is one of Van Damme's better films. It has a nice storyline and some good acting. The direction is tight and I lked the score also. Not bad, but will probably be overlooked because it's a Van Damme picture.
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