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Tomorrow You’re Gone (2012)


Tomorrow You're Gone Poster

Tomorrow You’re Gone (2012)

Tomorrow You’re Gone is star power without the shine.  The presence of Stephen Dorff, Michelle Monaghan, and Willem Dafoe all in this film is enough to make you want to see it.  Do not be fooled though, that is the only thing that this movie has going for it.  The fact that those actors would actually decide to be a part of such an atrocious excuse for a movie actually gives me less respect for them.

Tomorrow You're Gone Dorff Monaghan

The movie follows Charlie Rankin (Dorff) as he gets out of jail.  He sets out to do one more job for his friend The Buddha (Dafoe) and along the way he gets mixed up with his conscience and Florence Jane (Monaghan).

Tomorrow You're Gone Dorff Jail

The movie is directed by David Jacobson.  Hopefully it will be his last attempt at filmmaking.  If he were playing baseball, he just struck out.

The cast also includes Robert LaSardo, Tara Buck, and Kerry Rossall.

The film is basically pointless.  It is a complete waste of time.  It drags on at a snail’s pace and is really boring at times.  It is filled with meaningless babbling and wasted talent.  The movie tries so hard to be something artistic and deep, but it comes off cheap.

Tomorrow You're Gone Dafoe Dorff

The story is broken and hard to follow.  You can’t really feel anything for the characters because they are just sort of there.

This movie is the definition of hitting rock-bottom for anyone who was a part of the filmmaking process.  It is hard to come back to making good movies after making something this bad.  I think that I have lost any and all hope for the cast.  They are all usually better than this, but maybe that is not the case anymore.

Do yourself a favor and keep your dignity by not every watching Tomorrow You’re Gone.

Tomorrow You're Gone Mirror Shame

I rate this movie a 1 on a scale of 1-10.

Buy, rent, or run?  “Run Forrest, run!”

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About Brock Winspear

Structure Therapist

Posted on May 22, 2013, in Don't Watch This Movie, Drama Movie Reviews and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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