Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong


Action / Comedy / Romance

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Jamie Chung as Ruby
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570.86 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 18 min
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1.19 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 18 min
P/S 1 / 3

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Reviewed by MartinHafer5 / 10

The film will likely leave many romance-lovers very frustrated.

"Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong" is a frustrating film. There is so much to like about it and I loved the film....until the ending. And, sadly, I am pretty sure most other folks will feel the same way about this movie that just debuted on DVD and which is also available from Netflix.

The story begins with Ruby (Jamie Chung) visiting Hong Kong and getting totally lost...which I heard is not at all difficult in this enormous and busy city. Fortunately, Josh (Bryan Greenberg) sees her plight and offers to help. After all, they both are Americans but he's lived in this city for almost a decade. He even goes so far as to walk with her through the city and taking her to the place where she's supposed to meet some friends. Seeing the two together, you can see that this couple is developing a real nice bit of chemistry. But there turns out to be a problem...he's in a relationship. So, Ruby and Josh go their separate ways.

A year passes and although it's highly unlikely, Josh notices Ruby on a ferry. He's shocked as she was only visiting Hong Kong when they first met and soon he learns that Ruby was relocated here by her job....but she also will be returning to the States very soon. So, the pair decide to spend a bit of time together--just talking like a couple of friends. However, through the course of the evening, you can tell that the old chemistry is still there...but you also learn that both are now in relationships. This is tough as the pair seem to have really hit it off and it looks like a case of the right person but at the wrong time.

I read an amusing review of this film on IMDb that complained that they hated the film because Chung and Greenberg had absolutely no chemistry together whatsoever. I sure thought they did...and it turns out that the couple actually got married (to each other) last year...around the same time they were working on the film. In fact, I think their interaction is what I loved about the film and they both did a terrific job of acting. But here is the huge problem and why I cannot score the movie any higher. While it's clearly meant to be a romance, it lacks any sort of resolution to Ruby and Josh's predicament...the film just ends! And, couples buying or renting the DVD will be expecting romance and a happy ending. Some genres you can fiddle with...but with a romance there is an implicit guarantee that there will be a happy ending....or at least some resolution. Instead, the film is sort of genre-less...and really does not work as a date night film. So what you have is a film with wonderful acting, some really neat camera-work (after all, they are walking about town through almost the entire movie),interesting characters and then...nothing. It's a darn shame but that's really all there is to it.

Reviewed by subxerogravity6 / 10

A nice romantic movie that makes you fall in love with Hong Kong

Two foreigners in a foreign land share an attraction that leads to a beautiful night in Hong Kong. One year later these two strangers meet again and share yet another beautiful night together in the city.

What I most love about the film is how Hong Kong itself becomes the third character in the film as Ruby and Josh take a long walk around the city soaking up the culture and the nightlife. The film makes Hong Kong the place to be.

It's a great romantic film about relationships as well. How two people can just make the type of connection that happens in one moment but can last forever.

This could have went faulty if the acting was not up to par. A lot of the movie is looking at the scenery of Hong Kong while basically watching these two go on two very successful dates that involve a lot of talking (I've become aware that the two main actors are actually a couple in real life,so that definitely helps)

A romantic movie done the way I like it. Less formulated than usual and very character driven.

Reviewed by trimblecali8 / 10

A good rom-com, wish it had a better ending!

I liked this movie. I don't know how some people say they don't have chemistry, they're MARRIED in real life. I thought they had a great chemistry in the film and both good actors. I really wish the ending wasn't such a cliffhanger, so unsatisfying. That was my biggest thing I didn't like about the film.

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