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There's Always Tomorrow(1956)

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  • one of those Message Movies

    • hermann
    • 8/12/14

    Barbara Stanwyck and Joan Bennett? That sold me right there. But unfortunately, the film plays out predicatably while yet seeming rather phony. The main problem: the young adult characters are not credible and some of the dialogue is preposterous. I note that several prior reviews applaud the film's message, but a good message does not a good film make.

  • The Main Reason

    • Alice
    • 8/6/14

    This film is one of the main reasons I love the old classic movies and TCM, who devotes the time, effort, personnel, and money to show films gems like this one to us. In a little less than an hour and one-half, we get the benefit of a class which teaches us the Real meaning of marriage, which is, Committment; not that in-love feeling which ebbs and flows as emotions do. Marriage is a committment to stick to, and honor the same promises that were made in the marriage ceremony; no matter what! Yes, we get old, maybe fat. Yes, we get our priorities messed up, like in this film. But, we go through the changes, which must come because we are human. If both people have the same committment, the marriage will work. Thank you TCM. Please, please, continue showing this one and others like it.

  • Family movie

    • Bunny Lake
    • 8/8/13

    I agree it is a must see movie for married and those about to take the step to marriage and having a family.

  • There's Always Tommorrow

    • Francine
    • 8/6/13

    This was a very nice movie that most married people with children can learn from. I even learned from this movie, but I wish it had been written so that Marion neglectfulness would have been also revealed to her and not just the children. Sure, the children took their Father (Fred McMurray) for granted, but to me they were just being typical teenagers. In my opinions Marion neglected him the most by constantly putting the children needs over his. So, what did Marion learn by her husband falling in love with another woman who paid him attention? Nothing, because his unhappiness due to her neglectfulness was not revealed to her, only to the children.

  • There's Always Tomorrow

    • Chandra Myers
    • 8/1/13

    This was a wonderful movie that all married persons should see. Would be nice if someone would make a updated version with keeping the intregrity of the story.

  • you can make a difference!!

    • susana
    • 10/8/11

    a man was walking down a deserted Mexican beach.he noticed another man who kept leaning down,picking something up and throwing it in the sea.as the man approached nearer he noticed that the man was picking up the starfishes that had been washed by the beach.The man asked"there are thousands of starfishes you cant possibly get to all of them.The other man smiled, bent down and picked up yet another starfish and said"MADE A DIFFERENCE TO THIS ONE"!!

  • There's Always Tomorrow (1956)

    • Jay Higgins
    • 8/23/09

    Wonderful classic, beautifully acted by all, especially Barbara Stanwyck. She is always good and she has never made a bad film. Engrossing melodrama, well made.

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