‘Never Too Late’: Film Review

Four Vietnam vets reunite for a mission, one that will lean on their wartime exploits but also expose more than a few old tensions.

No, this is not a revisit of “Da 5 Bloods” but a brief description of the genial, cliché-encumbered, Aussie comedy “Never Too Late.” Directed by Mark Lamprell, it opens in virtual — and a few actual — cinemas nationwide on July 10, and a week later back home Down Under.Wily and determined, former special forces soldier Jack Bronson (James Cromwell) arrives at the Hogan Hills Retirement Home for Returned Servicemen and Women looking the worse for wear.

He’s in a wheelchair and appears to have had a stroke.

The facility’s ramrod director Lin (Renee Lim) admits him.

After he’s taken to his new abode, we learn that decrepit act was subterfuge.

He’s there to reconnect with the love of his long life, Norma (Jacki Weaver

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