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Never Too Late
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It’s been decades since Caine, Bronson, Angus, and Wendell escaped a POW camp. Now, they’re sharing a new prison, Hogan Hills Retirement Home. The four band together for an escape plan, but the rules of engagement have changed — and so has what they’re fighting for. Never Too Late is a heartwarming story about how you’re never too old to chase your dreams, and never too early to find love.
Australia, 2020, 95 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by Mark Lamprell
“It’s generally a pleasure to see stalwarts like (James) Cromwell, (Jacki) Weaver, and Jack Thompson (as one of the old gang) at work…”– Glenn Kenny, THE NEW YORK TIMES
“A sweet story…’Never Too Late’ is a feel-good message movie featuring four men and a woman all needing to resolve something meaningful in their lives.”– Alan Ng, FILM THREAT
"The movie evokes ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ as much as it does ‘Grumpy Old Men.’"– VARIETY
"Cromwell is an amazing actor who, in this role, gets a chance to show a softer side while also having a bit of fun with crazy plans all based on love."– MILITARY PRESS
"Jacki Weaver and James Cromwell head an all-star ensemble in the Aussie charmer."– THE PATRIOT LEDGER
"A fun and romantic ride of a film that confirms what the late, great Bette Davis once said, ‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies!’”– SELIG FILM NEWS