The Tomorrow Job – Movie Review
Director: Bruce Wemple
Writer: Bruce Wemple (Screenplay)
- Grant Schumacher (Monstrous)
- Caitlin Duffy (S.W.A.T.)
- Ariella Mastroianni (The Retreat)
- Chris Cimperman (The Retreat)
- George Katt (Blindspot)
Plot: A team of thieves use a drug that allows them to trade consciousnesses with their future selves in order to steal tomorrow’s secrets.
Runtime: 1 Hour 42 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: The Tomorrow Job starts as Lee (Schumacher), Finn (Duffy) and Martin (Gombas) complete heist jobs. They use a drug that lets them go into the consciousness of their future selves. When the latest job goes wrong, Lee and Finn must put together a team to clear all their debts.
The team put together, the job set out, they must overcome a new challenge, one the drug didn’t place upon them. They must work together to solve the problem and get away with the heist they were planning on completing.
Verdict on The Tomorrow Job
The Tomorrow Job is a crime thriller that follows a group of thieves that use a drug. This drug lets them move forward one day into the consciousness of their future selves. They look to complete one last job to get out of the business, only to find themselves dealing with a new threat and their minds starting to spiral out.
The story does give us an interesting heist movie, it unfolds everything you would imagine. Where this one stands out from the rest, is by using time travel. Even if it only shows the characters being able to jump one day ahead. The idea is filled twists and turns, just like you would imagine any heist movie to be. You will be kept guessing throughout the film, which is delightful to watch.
The performances in the film work very well, Grant Schumacher, Caitlin Duffy and Ariella Mastroianni create a clever team in the movie. One that feels like a naturally created team chemistry.
Where to Watch: Watch The Tomorrow Job Here.
Final Thoughts –The Tomorrow Job is a slick, fun and enjoyable heist movie.