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The Tomorrow Man

"If you cherish the rare opportunity to watch magnificent actors as perfect as Blythe Danner and John Lithgow giving it all they’ve got, in a film about grown-ups, then the line starts here." - Rex Reed, The Observer

"It’s never too late to fall in love. The Tomorrow Man is a charming, uplifting film about two small-town senior citizens who manage to do just that, against formidable odds. It’s not a movie for the immature. If you’re a member of the Marvel comics brigade, move along. Nothing for you here. But if you cherish the rare opportunity to watch magnificent actors as perfect as Blythe Danner and John Lithgow giving it all they’ve got, in a film about grown-ups, then the line starts here.

"Ed Hemsler (Lithgow) is a retired ball bearings analyst in his mid-70s and a lonely widower. In the six years since he’s been inactive, Ed is convinced the end of the world is on its way. He even has a secret supply room in case the apocalypse arrives sooner than expected and he’s unable to leave the house. Ed’s every waking moment is spent preparing for tomorrow.

"Ronnie Meisner (Danner) is an equally eccentric widow of the same vintage who likes to sew and is addicted to watching WWII documentaries on television. She lost her only daughter when the girl was only 13 and her husband died of cancer. A hoarder and a compulsive shopper, Ronnie lives alone in a house so cluttered with useless junk she can’t even find an ashtray.

"These two odd social misfits are the last couple on the planet who seem like a possible romantic duo, yet they meet at the supermarket and slowly discover they like each other. The Tomorrow Man is a mature and radiant love story filled with intelligence, tenderness and joy that will warm your heart. Danner and Lithgow are simply miraculous!" - Rex Reed, The Observer

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