Just Like The Badass Women Of VH1, No Good Deed Kicks Butt And Takes Names

If there’s one thing we’ve learned from watching shows like Mob Wives and Love & Hip Hop on VH1, it’s that you should never underestimate what a woman is capable of. The women on our shows love hard and fight harder when it comes to the things they care about — their families, their men, and their beliefs. This past season on Mob Wives: New Blood, Alicia DiMichele walked away from the man she loved for years to embark on a new solo journey, all while facing a prison sentence that could have torn her away from her three sons.

And on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, Erica Dixon, forever at odds with her ex, Scrappy’s mother Momma Dee, braced for the worst this season when Momma Dee confronted her and wanted to have A TALK. But as mature, grown women do, they made a promise to have each others’ backs rather than to create problems for each other. These ladies are strong alone, but stronger together.

In the new film, No Good Deed, Taraji P. Henson’s character would fit right in among Alicia, Erica and the rest of the non-nonsense ladies we’ve come to love. As a mother who has to protect her children from an intruder, she will stop at nothing to make sure she comes out on top. In the words of a wise basketball wife, she’s not a sh*t-starter, but she’s a sh*t-finisher.

No Good Deed is in theaters September 12th.