Jump Tomorrow (Life: A User's Manual)
Jump Tomorrow (Life: A User's Manual) (2001)

A lovelorn matchmaker tries to set up two people about to be married -- but not to each other -- in this independent romantic comedy. George (Tunde Adebimpe) is a Nigerian expatriate living in upstate New York, where he has pledged to marry… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: September 16, 2003
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Critic Score: 81% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: The light-hearted romantic comedy Jump Tomorrow charms with its whimsy and sweetness.

Steven Rea
Philadelphia Inquirer

Sweet-natured and goofy and funny in all the right places.

Roger Moore
Orlando Sentinel

A delightfully deadpan comedy about the liberating power of love.

Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

A formulaic road film (about finding oneself) with some possibility of being unpredictable until its predictable sweet ending.

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Jane Sumner
Dallas Morning News

If Jump Tomorrow is any barometer, [Hopkins] should have a bright future.

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Susan Stark
Detroit News

It cheerfully if often recklessly leaps across barriers of race, culture, custom and habit to assure viewers that love, after all, conquers all.

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Joshua Tanzer
Offoffoff

Fresh points of view and lovable characters make Jump Tomorrow more than just a formula romance.

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Connie Ogle
Miami Herald

A sweet little oddity that ultimately leaves you -- and George -- with a smile.

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Terry Lawson
Detroit Free Press

Doesn't so much charm as insinuate; like its female protagonist, it's under your skin before you know it.

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Anthony Miele
Film Threat

George is one of the great characters in recent memory and, along with the comedy of Gerard and the free-spiritedness of Alicia, the film works on almost all levels.

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Flixster Audience Score: 88% Flixster User Reviews
Daniel Perry
What a sweet movie! It moves slowly, and in one sense it's predictable, but it's so simplistic that the smallest jokes earn the biggest laughs. A joy… More