The House of Tomorrow


Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 76%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 89%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 518


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Nick Offerman as Alan Whitcomb
Asa Butterfield as Sebastian Prendergast
Ellen Burstyn as Josephine Prendergast
Michaela Watkins as Mrs. Whitcomb
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726.91 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 25 min
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1hr 25 min
P/S 10 / 43

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by dogmaticdogs 10 / 10


This film is very under-rated. It is one of the most enjoyable coming of age films I have ever seen. The kids are beyond lovable, and the acting is out of this world. The dead pan satire is spot on. Do people just not understand the complexities of this gem? Sad. Very sad. I loved it.

Reviewed by Albert Fried-Cassorla 9 / 10

Extraordinary story of teens and rebellion!

THE HOUSE Of TOMORROW (2017) 9 out of 10 Albert Stars

Worth seeing! This movie gets your attention and holds it via strengths of good acting and directing, rounded character development, an excellent script, and a fine story arc. It is not really about Buckminster Fuller's architecture, although that figures symbolically as the geodesic dome house-museum in which Ellen Burstyn and her charge live.

Instead, this tale is about two adolescents, one sheltered and played with great restraint and sensitivity by Asa Butterfield; and the other a rebellious, aspiring punk rocker played by Alex Wolff. The sheltered teen is zealously guarded by his granny, played superbly by Ellen Burstyn.

There is a good deal more to the story and many amusements and hijinx. But the main theme is caring - and is it is finely interpreted by the teens and the parental figures. Well done! Only available in selected theaters and via DVD

Reviewed by garygwilliams 5 / 10

A look at the long lost Minnesota utopian dream

I really like the casting for this movie. Both Asa Butterfield and Alex Wolff are great choices for the rebellious teens with unique situations that they attempt to overcome. Ellen Burstyn makes an authentic hippie grown old who maintains her antiquated ideals from the 70's. Nick Offerman as the single father of 2 teens who both have been scarred by his son's transplant. It is a tragic comedy that touches a number of age old teen angst topics. Another example of how a modest film with a limited budget can tell a marvelous story and develop characters we can feel real empathy for. The first film I have seen to capture the well intended but misguided Minnesota utopian world I once lived in.

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