No Good Deed is not a good film by any stretch of the imagination. Yet, I would recommend it highly to almost every single one of my friends. I’m not typically responsive to the “so bad it’s good” mindset, and that’s not where this review is really coming from. I don’t beckon you towards this film so you can laugh at it; I want you to laugh with it. Because I think director Sam Miller (working from a script by Aimee Lagos) knows exactly what this film is at this point. No Good Deed entered post-production over two years ago and, though I have zero inside knowledge or proof that this was the case, it feels like the filmmakers realized they had a disaster on their hands and made the smart move of leaning into the mess rather than shying away from it.