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Tomorrow Man
     

The Tomorrow Man

Director: Morgan Rusler, Adam Sutton, Corbin Bernsen, Beth Kennedy

Cast: Morgan Rusler, Adam Sutton, Corbin Bernsen, Beth Kennedy

 
A band of outlaws from present day Los Angeles, lead by the notorious killer Mac (Morgan Rusler), who faces the death penalty in nine states, travels 30 years into the past by means of a hand-held time machine stolen from a secret government agency. Once the gang of villains lands in Richard Nixon's America, Mac kidnaps young Bryon Mackey (Adam Sutton), and transports

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A band of outlaws from present day Los Angeles, lead by the notorious killer Mac (Morgan Rusler), who faces the death penalty in nine states, travels 30 years into the past by means of a hand-held time machine stolen from a secret government agency. Once the gang of villains lands in Richard Nixon's America, Mac kidnaps young Bryon Mackey (Adam Sutton), and transports him to present day L.A. Larry Mackey (Corbin Bernsen), the boy's distraught father, hitches a ride 30 years into the future with time cop Vick (Beth Kennedy), who has been chasing the criminals. Larry hopes to rescue his son, but what he learns will change his life forever: The bloodthirsty Mac is sweet little Bryon as a grown man. Larry must deal with the painful knowledge that he raised a maniac -- and now he must defeat him in order to save his young son.

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Part The Terminator, part It's a Wonderful Life, The Tomorrow Man is one of those low-budget, B-list actor productions that works best if you don't pay too much attention to it. If you ask too many questions -- What does Mac intend to do with his young self? Wouldn't the future be changed if the past is altered and none of this would be happening? Why would Vick leave the highly secret time-control device on a kitchen table? Why is Corbin Bernsen shouting all of his lines? -- the absurdity of the premise becomes distractingly apparent. But if you just let the fast-paced action and the nutty-but-fun story zip by as you pick up the kitchen or read a magazine, then you may find The Tomorrow Man is a passable time killer. True, the special effects are primitive (bullets cause sparks to fly even on wood; time travel is a represented by a sound effect and a single frame of negative celluloid), the villains use couches as shields against powerful weapons (but then, even highly skilled federal agents can't hit a target anyway), and ex-Marine Larry can hardly use a handgun. On the plus side, Beth Kennedy's wisecracking Vick has more heroic charisma and better moves than Lara Croft.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/06/2004
UPC:
0619935404632
Original Release:
2001
Rating:
R
Source:
Mti Home Video
Region Code:
1

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