No Looking Back (1998)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Claudia has lived all her life in a small, seaside, blue-collar town, hanging out with the same group of friends since grade school. Now she's waiting tables in a greasy spoon to help ... See full summary »


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  • Jon Bon Jovi in No Looking Back (1998)
  • Lauren Holly in No Looking Back (1998)
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  • Lauren Holly and Edward Burns in No Looking Back (1998)
  • Lauren Holly, Jon Bon Jovi, and Edward Burns in No Looking Back (1998)
  • Lauren Holly, Jon Bon Jovi, and Edward Burns in No Looking Back (1998)

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23 May 2001 | =G=
5
| I won't be looking back at this loser.
"No Looking Back" spends almost all of it's 1.5 hour run time with a guy (Burns) trying to reclaim his girlfriend (Holly) after years away from the small town where they grew up together. Typical of Burns flicks this film is all conversation amongst working class people. The problem with the story is there is never any mention of a reason why she should want to go anywhere with him. No plan to ensure their mutual success and happiness save a brief mention of Texas. He has no goals. She has no goals. Her roomie/boyfriend (Bon Jovi) has no plans save the status quo. Apparently none of them care about goals and live as slaves of kismet or karma or something. There's no talk of anything such as..."Hey, what're you gonna do for a living?". Bottom line is this "dog" is shallow, simple minded drivel with some good actors caught up in a story/script which goes no where and has the ending to prove it.

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