Larry Mackey is a blue-collar dad in the 1970's, determined to make a better future for his young son. A future that's coming a lot faster than he thinks... When a depraved gang of time ... See full summary »
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A disgruntled man creates a hit list with a stranger during a drunken night out and must then race to try to save those he marked for extermination as the bodies begin to pile up and all fingers point to him.
Cuba Gooding Jr.,
Larry Mackey is a blue-collar dad in the 1970's, determined to make a better future for his young son. A future that's coming a lot faster than he thinks... When a depraved gang of time travelers from 2000 cross Larry's path, he's accidentally forwarded, where he discovers he's the reason his grown son has become a gangland murderer. Now he must make every minute count in his second chance of a lifetime to set things right . Written by
The Tomorrow Man has the same problem as most time travel movies -- explaining how time travel works, how changing the past alters the present and future, which version of the future will actually be the reality, how past and future versions of an individual can coexist and interact with each other. But it has virtues other than its plot -- it gives its actors, particularly Corbin Bernsen and Morgan Rusler, characters more varied and nuanced than usually exist in low-budget action movies. Rusler's mad dog killer has nice moments of tenderness and caring that elevate the movie, and Bernsen's performance is much better than his usual standard in the quickie movies he has specialized in since LA Law.
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