Nowhere to Run Reviews
This attempt at down playing the action and showing the softer side of JCVD falls flat.
Not a bad film and the supporting cast actually hold the film together.
It's a popcorn film that's easy to watch but the acting & script are quite ordinary I can assure you.
The story of a escaped criminal laying low in a property where a single mum is raising kids on her own & he comes to be the protector. Very predictable & very cliche.
Development hell, I don't see a large company owner going with his cronies to kill a family, that's why you have disposable henchmen, to keep the crime as far away from you as possible. Ted Levine makes a good villian.