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The House of Tomorrow is a movie starring Asa Butterfield, Alex Wolff, and Nick Offerman. The film tells futurist, architect, and inventor R. Buckminster Fuller's incredible story through two teens hoping to get laid, become punk...

Drama, Comedy
Peter Livolsi
Nick Offerman, Ellen Burstyn, Alex Wolff, Asa Butterfield

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Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Peter Livolsi
Writer Peter Livolsi, Peter Bognanni
Stars Nick Offerman, Ellen Burstyn, Alex Wolff, Asa Butterfield
Country USA
Also Known As ハウス・オブ・トゥモロー, Yarının Evi
Runtime 1 h 25 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The film tells futurist, architect, and inventor R. Buckminster Fuller's incredible story through two teens hoping to get laid, become punk gods, and survive high school.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 22 Sep 2020 04:29

Praise be to director Ami Kaul, author and co-producer Stephen King and the entire cast and crew of this film. It is a treat to be given a chance to see this "psychedelic" work. One wonders what the hell they were thinking. It has an entirely different kind of narrative structure, but that's one of its greatest advantages. Here, the movie is a big-budget '70s movie in the same genre as "The Shining" or "Psycho." At times, it becomes a sort of reverse version of "The Shining," with over-the-top characters and a plot that's very "Psycho-like." The movie is beautifully shot, and the acting is uniformly excellent. I especially enjoyed the performance of Billy Drago, who made me truly believe that this guy was a character you could "get in touch" with. You really cared for his plight. His acting, in other words, is almost equivalent to that of the movie's central character. The movie has a definite musical quality. There are some memorable songs, but most of the songs that fit are actually quite excellent, too. The lyrics are all well-crafted. The movie's main flaw is that it really falls apart on the final act. You realize that it's all being carried off the stage as a stage play, with all of the actors singing and dancing along to the same songs and numbers. It would have been a little more believable if they just had brought in the original songs, rather than all the substitutions. But, oh well, perhaps you just don't like this style of film-making. All in all, I thought this movie was much more entertaining than I was expecting. The acting was excellent, the story was clever and heartfelt, and the direction was superb. The only thing that disappointed me was the final scene. I thought the movie should have ended in the true way that it was meant to be. Overall, a very worthwhile movie. Highly recommended.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 13:14

Although the "House of Tomorrow" is a classic 90's flick, there are no obvious flashbacks. At first, I was confused by this, as it seemed to be just the same two "brides" talking about their "sins". But once the flashback began, I started to understand it. While we're not supposed to remember the main character's names, we're supposed to remember who they are, as well as the relationship between them. Of course, I can't remember their names, but the two of them make an excellent impression. We see the main character's transformation from the "sweetheart" to the "warrior". Both are not a perfect couple, but are both quite special. Both are quite open about their flaws, both have very similar flaws, but in a very different way. The "warrior" is naive, but very strong, and the "sweetheart" is very much in love. The main character in the beginning seems very nice, but in the end, he is a very sick person, that wants to have "his" revenge on the main character, who may have done him a huge injustice. We see the main character's mental breakdown. The main character wants to bring his "warrior" to justice. It is in the beginning that we see the differences between the two characters. The main character is very nice, while the "warrior" is very manipulative. Although, both are very good, but the main character always feels that he is "the best". As the movie continues, we see that the main character's actions were not always the best. The main character is the "bad guy", the "good guy" is the "good guy". Eventually, we see the "good guy" trying to leave, the "bad guy" is holding him back. The "good guy" is not in the end, but is part of the revenge. We see a new character, but the "good guy" is still very much involved. This movie has a simple plot, but a very emotional and satisfying one. The reactions of all characters, as well as the reaction of the main character, are very well done. The main character does not do everything "the right way". He does not always follow the rules, he does not always live by the rules, he does not always do the right things. He is the "good guy", but his actions make him seem like the "bad guy". The main character has learned his lesson, but he doesn't want to accept it. He wants to "go back to the good". It is probably his final revenge, and we all see it from his point of view. The ending is sad, but at the same time very satisfying. The movie is not perfect, but it is a very interesting one. This movie is not a movie, but rather a small masterpiece. A classic flick, but also a very good one. I can say it was a great movie for the 80's.

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