When Tomorrow Comes
Romance and heartbreak walk hand-in-hand when Philip Chagal accidentally meets Helen Lawrence in a restaurant where she is a waitress. Unhappily married to a woman who suffers from mental illness, he is attracted to her and they make a date to go sailing, arriving at Philip's country home just as a storm is breaking. Helen learns who he is for the first time, a celebrated-and-famous concert pianist and, falling in love with him, decides to leave before matters go further. A hurricane hits and their car is crippled by a falling tree. Rising water forces then to seek shelter in the choir loft of a church, where they spend the night.
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(mx) wrote: WHITE HATE, IGNORANCE, and the likeA lot of people are getting annoyed by these "anti-white movies" I say keep 'em coming. I still see so much hate. The problem though is, it's perpetuated by both sides, all sides. I see so much racism, and I'm not going to claim I'm not racist. I'm sure if I was put to the test, I would fail. It just saddens me to see it come from people I consider better, but then they say something hateful, something hateful against blacks, whites, gay, and all creeds of man. I love (sarcasm) how I still hear people hating on Syrian and people with a brownish skin colour coming to Canada (a nation that is founded on immigrants) and taking advantage of the "system". I feel like preaching and saying "Don't you remember how your parents were immigrants". How many generations until your family was a immigrant to Canada? I think it's a joke how Italians consider themselves white.... they are khaki, or olive skin, and whites hated on them when they came to this country. Brown and black people made it easier for them. Overall I guess now most Italians are white washed and well.... white. For me, I just consider myself a person of this earth. Ethnically I am Italian/Portuguese/a little french and probably a lot of other things I don't know about, or care to. All I know is, I'm white washed and don't even consider myself Italian&Portuguese. I'm not even Canadian, I don't even know what that is. I just am. A true Canadian to me is, well a Native. Oh but people killed them off awhile ago and put up a flag and now we are all... patriotic racist Canadians. Yes this movie got a low rated score, mainly because it wasn't cinematic enough, didn't pull on your heart strings enough, explosions and the like, etc. It just wasn't enough hollywood for a lot of people. It was more of a history lesson. The South vs the South. Not led by a black man, but a white man with strong moral conviction. Personally I found it just didn't move along here and there. Otherwise it was a really good history lesson on the South.
(ag) wrote: A great film that showcase traditional Thai music and its art. A very moving score.
(es) wrote: Saw it in the pictures, good soundtrack
(kr) wrote: A much under-rated and under-stated little UK movie.If you like psychological thrillers, you will like this.Emily Watson and Tom Wilkinson are superb.
(ru) wrote: Favorite pastime movie and good teenager movie.
(au) wrote: "How Can I Kill Such A Beautiful Creature?" "Just Think Of The Money." Dona Speir passes the Lethal Lady torch to Julie Strain in her final Andy Sidaris outing and its typically wonderful in that special Malibu Express kinda way. In this T&A Adventure that ties into WWII's Valkyrie assassination plot to kill Adolf Hitler, Agents Donna and Roberta Vasquez must team up with Roger Moore's son RJ to fend of Strain's hitwoman and the Red Chinese. Yes, it's more of the same but that's a great plus, not a negative. VF.
(es) wrote: Wow. This fucked me up. I'm not sure if this angers me because of what's portrayed, or that people like that are still around...
(jp) wrote: 1991's The Silence Of The Lambs Is One Of My Favorite Films.
(mx) wrote: This movie is awesome great story funny characters and best of all great acting all around. Seriously it's a really fun film and will Ferrell absolutely kills it. Definitely check it out if you like will or just overall happy comedies
(kr) wrote: This was pure 80's cheese, sorry I mean nostalgia! Travolta plays Adam, a journalist for Rolling Stone and he still has a bit of Danny Pseucho (however you spell it!) in him. He is hot! Lots of typical 80's music in it, watch it if you loved Flashdance & Footloose, it's that stylie of film and from that era. Anyone that knows me will know I loved this film.