Road of No Return (2009)

Road of No Return (2009)





Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Road of No Return Photos

Movie Info

The hunters become the hunted when four hit-men compromise their mission to fight the drug flow into the U.S. by rescuing a young orphan from dangerous drug traffickers. Whitey, Blacky, Indian, and Foreigner are all members of an elite death squad. Their job: put a bullet between the eyes of anyone trying to smuggle drugs into the country. When the men who organized the mission discover that their hired killers have developed a conscience, they call in the big guns to have them wiped out once and for all. Featuring Michael Madsen and David Carradine.
Action & Adventure , Drama , Horror
Directed By:
Written By:

Watch it now


Michael Madsen
as J. Marcone
David Carradine
as Mr. Hover
Shane Woodson
as Whitey
Show More Cast

Critic Reviews for Road of No Return

There are no critic reviews yet for Road of No Return. Keep checking Rotten Tomatoes for updates!

Audience Reviews for Road of No Return

The costumes and hairstyles are some real pieces of work. But the characters are racial caricatures. The first introduction between the main characters is an entirely racially charged and prejudiced stand-off. Given such a stupid, humble beginning, you wouldn't expect good things to come to fruition, but they try to. Somewhat, when the creep-factor doesn't smother them. The low-brow thread is maintained in bits and pieces of comic relief central to the bigoted "Whitey" hit man, while the real story dealing with disillusionment and loss of innocence mostly revolves around the two main villains (one of whom is David Carradine) and the two hit men known as "Foreigner" and "Blackie". So you almost have two movies, one with junk dialogue against one with philosophical quandaries, one with cheeseball delivery caricatures against one with wooden performances depicting creeps. The creepier subject matter constantly detracts from the movie's better qualities. The camera work is minimal, but the framing is quality.

Gabriel Arthur Petrie
Gabriel Arthur Petrie

A pretty decent independent film with a great mix of style and characters but if it had a larger budget it could of looked and been better. A decent story with some great and funny characters and some strong performances.

Al S
Al S

Super Reviewer

Discussion Forum

Discuss Road of No Return on our Movie forum!

News & Features