Tomorrow Is Another Day
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film noir shadows comes Tomorrow Is Another Day, a frank and forceful tale of fugitive lovers in an unforgiving world.
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The picture and sound on this Warner Archive DVD are in pretty good shape for the age of this movie. There are no extras, not even a trailer or subtitles. But fans of Steve Cochran, an under-rated actor usually confined to supporting roles, will enjoy his excellent performance in the lead role as Bill Clark, the melancholy ex-con. This is a fast paced story which holds the attention throughout, only the ending is a bit of a let-down.
Movie 7/10, Picture 8.5/10, Sound 9/10
An escape scene from this movie was copied in the Tom Cruise movie "A Knight and a Day".
This movie has a good ending. I enjoyed it all.
He meets the hard as nails but soft on the inside beautiful woman of questionable past.
Caught up together in a third world of itinerant farm workers while escaping the scene of a crime; the sexual tension is heavy in this drama bordering on that thin line between B movie and film noir. Steve Cochran and Ruth Roman's chemistry and acting lift this film to the stature of a nearly great movie.
Whether it's Steve Cochran taking a piece of gum out of his mouth to kiss James Cagney's moll in WHITE HEAT, or having a walk on in THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES, it's easy to see that this actor was living in the wrong era. In this millennium he would be a superstar. Once you have seen any of his films, STORM WARNING or IL GRIDO you can't help but search Amazon for others.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
well made film noir just a notch below better types of this genrePublished 4 months ago by STEPHEN BELL
Excellent story in the genre of the period. Cast is very well chosen and is very attractive. Plot is very well developed
and overall an excellent film.
Steve Cochran and Ruth Roman try very hard to put themselves on the right side of the law but barely succeed. Read morePublished on March 10, 2013 by Dr. Ronald Schwartz