“A film about punk rock, living on the edge and coming into your own, ‘The House of Tomorrow’ is a strong debut from Livolsi.” 
-- Los Angeles Times

“A touching exploration of what ‘tomorrow’ actually means.” Village Voice

"A confident and perfectly cast debut feature…the pairing of Asa Butterfield and Alex Wolff, as mismatched Minnesota teens who start a band, is an absolute delight.”  --  The Hollywood Reporter

"Smart casting and a light touch… Offerman is excellent as a father under pressure." -- Variety

"A sweet, tart, and intelligently life-affirming story of teenage friendship...as engagingly designed and executed as one of Fuller’s nifty, thought-provoking inventions.” -- The Wrap

"The House of Tomorrow has heart – a lot of it.”Film Threat

"An absolute crowd-pleaser… A movie that shines from moment to moment, with every scene offering something special on its own."
-- PopMatters