Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong


Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 78%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 4,495


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April 8, 2019

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by makaglifestartsnow 1 / 10 / 10

Was into it but what happened?

Okay so this is my first time watching this film honestly I thought this was kinda going somewhere because you would think the characters would have either rekindled the flame they started to have when they first met but that wasn't so. It was almost like an eye for an eye. He shows her around Hong Kong , then boom hey I have a gf. And vice versa they go somewhere else togetber then BOOM I have a bf & AND I'M ENGAGED. It's interesting but at the same time not really. I enjoyed seeing all of Hong Kong etc in the film but I felt like this could have went a bit differently and I don't mean like your typical romances either. Honestly I thought I would have loved the film cause I do like the actors a little bit , but still why this storyline and why the ending. The ending made me more mad! How can you just end a movie like that?!?!?! Serously?! Making no sense of it at all. I mean we could have went a different route eith this movie . They end up together or they don't! Still why?!?!?! Why not?!?! I agree with he other reviews that I have read it should have been a documentary or this should have went differently with the storyline. Honestly it did not seem as if there were a storyline . All in all I was not happy about this movie it really could have been better. And I know y'all writers could have just done something different . Not telling them how to do their job cause I'm not them just another person with a mind human like everyone else who feels strongly about yum opinion on this movie. Yup. (;

Reviewed by ComedyFan2010 1 / 10 / 10

A charming romance that could have had a better ending

A romance which is very realistic and makes one want to watch without having much action happening. The movie is basically them just spending time together and talking. About nothing really, just like in Seinfeld. This is basically what makes the movie charming. It is the realistic view on how people get to know each other. It is hard to point out why they have feelings for each other. But there is definite chemistry. Not surprising since the main actors are a couple in real life. I guess it is the kind of situation where you feel feelings yet don't know yet what to do about them. In this situation it is even harder since the characters are in serious relationships. Should they risk what they already have for what seems to be a big love or risk having the big love for the comfortable relationships. Loved the acting, of course the chemistry shouldn't have been to hard since they are really together, but there is also all the facial expressions . The scenery is great. One wants to visit Hong Kong when seeing how beautiful it is. I usually have no issues with inconclusive movie endings, but here I wish they have done a bit more.

Reviewed by minbichen-29170 1 / 10 / 10

Essentially a long and ineffective travel ad

For most audiences, It's Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong is but a barely watchable têt-à-têt between two lifeless characters, but for those living in Hong Kong, this movie is an insufferable and almost offensive representation of the city they love. Not only is the film but an endless string of unbearable clichés, it grossly reduces every demographic that's seen to the most despicable version of itself - locals, expats, Australians, Mainlanders, Indians - did I miss anyone out? For example, must every Australian living in Hong Kong be a rugby lad, every Mainland Chinese female shallow and manipulative, and every Indian a tailor? I understand that some of these caricatures exist in Hong Kong, but to only leverage on stereotypes is grating to the viewer and frankly disrespectful to location culture. Perhaps what could have saved the film is the chemistry between the two lead actors, but the uninspiring and often cringe worthy dialogue leaves little room for anything but awkward or at best passable performances. Ultimately, It's Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong is a unsavory version of films it pays homage to (Before Sunset). Let's just hope there's no sequel to this one. 

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