No harm, no foul. No Good Deed won't come within a country mile of Oscar consideration, and most audiences will find it a flat and unimaginative Thriller built on strict structure rather than creative risk. It's not dull, just unremarkable, a movie that does what it does with commendable craftsmanship but nothing in the film ever gets under the skin, unsettles the mind, or lingers in the soul. It's worth a watch for Elba's crafty turn as the villain, but it's otherwise hardly worth remembering, which probably makes it the ideal candidate for someone in the mood for a movie that's purely watched for classic "escapism." Sony's Blu-ray release of No Good Deed does deliver excellent video and audio. A few supplements are included for those who wish to learn a little more about the movie. Give it a rent when a night lounging on the couch to mindless entertainment sounds like fun.