All I know about "NO" is like this.
There are no movies playing on Christmas day.
=>There are not any movies playing on Christmas day.
=>We won't be showing any movies on Christmas day.
And here's what I'd like to ask.
As I don't want to wast my time doing nothing at home, I usually make my way to a place where I can do something productive.
So, there are not many things that I do at home.
So, there are no many things that I do at home.
Here, I think #1 is right because #2 means "there are not any many things that I do at home" and this sounds awkward and not grammatically right. Am I right to think this way?