Review : Tomorrowland

“Bound by a shared destiny, a teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor embark on a mission to unearth the secrets of a place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory.”

Tomorrowland is brought to us by the house of mouse aka Disney, and is really a kind of advertisement, while also being a reflective journey almost about Disney and their ideals all at the same time. It focuses on a young girl who because of her beliefs and intellect must cross paths with a bitter old man to save the world. That’s all well and good, and it’s also acted really well by everyone involved here, but this movie is not without problems. One of the major problems is a bit of a spoiler, so we won’t go over it here, but let’s just say they bank a lot here on the either of the journey is more important than the destination. The movie can also come off as preachy at some points, which is frustrating when it can come off as totally magical and amazing at other points. There is also a slightly creepy kind of romance story here, that i think can’t be fully explored, and since it can’t, it should have been left out all together. Overall this movie those have its entertaining parts and bits of wonder and real tomorrowness (let it go, i know its not a real word), but the rest of the movie really comes off as lacking in the same heart and wonder. Also i feel like this movie should have been marketed to children a bit more heavily, they are sure to be more forgiving.

Review Score : 6.5 out of 10


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