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A "refreshing, good-natured romp" (The Hollywood Reporter) from writer-director Joel Hopkins, Jump Tomorrow is a "genuinely charming" (Variety) screwball comedy set on the road to romantic self-discovery. "Quirky and good-natured" (New York Post), this funny and touchingmovie is simply "hard to resist" (The New York Times)! In three days, shy, awkward George (Tunde Adebimpe) is to be married to a girl his family has selected to be his wife. But when he stumbles into Alicia (Natalia Verbeke), a vivacious Spanish beauty who stirs in him feelings he'snever known, and Gerard (Hippolyte Girardot), a love-obsessed Frenchman who teaches him a lesson ortwo about amour, George is thrown into an emotional tizzy. Now he must decide: Should he follow through with his familial obligations or follow his heart to Alicia?
Smart, unique, funny story that kept me engaged from beginning to end.Published 7 months ago by Geoff Gayle
I made my self finish it only because a friend said the movie was great and I was hoping it would get better.
It was a clean, slow movie with some parts to chuckle over.
Funny foreign film about George a young man who struggles between making his family happy by going through with a pre-arranged marriage or following his heart. Read morePublished on April 26, 2013 by Cesar D
This is another movie where the Citroen DS plays a major supporting character in a very gifted drama with interesting characters and interesting plot.Published on March 25, 2013 by Indy Citroen
Although it is done with a low budget, the acting and screenwriting is really good. A must see for anyone who loves feel good romantic movies.Published on November 11, 2012 by K. Oliver
This movie was great! I got to see one of my favorite Writers Debuting as an actor with Natalia Verbetke his name is Rashad Hawkins AKA Shaad from NY/ATL and his scenes were... Read morePublished on January 1, 2012 by Starpower
This is a wonderful, quirky and fun picture that's just fun to watch as you follow George and his way to the alter only to find out what true love is. Read morePublished on November 17, 2010 by Brent Hilton
Here is a low-key romance that delivers despite, or perhaps because of its restraint. George, born in Nigeria, sets off to the airport to meet his arranged bride. Read morePublished on December 4, 2008 by Alan A. Elsner