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Plot: Bound by a shared destiny, a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor jaded by disillusionment embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory as “Tomorrowland.”
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Wish it was greater, but for what it is it’s still enjoyable.
‘Tomorrowland’ is an intriguing futuristic film, it doesn’t really delve as deep into its potential-filled premise as it should but it scratches the surface and it makes for – just about – solid viewing. The special effects are very nice, also.
As for the casting, I guess it could’ve been better. However, I did like the main quartet of Britt Robertson (Casey), George Clooney (Frank), Raffey Cassidy (Athena) and Hugh Laurie (David) – the latter has a good rant late on. I rate the way the story is told, mostly in retrospective by Robertson and Clooney – it keeps it interesting.
I just feel more should’ve been done with this, given it’s fairly entertaining even in its current state and has a load of potential. Either way, I did narrowly like it.
I have to say that I quite enjoyed Tomorrowland despite its way too common mistake of being quite a bit nonsensically preachy to satisfy the current politically correct view of what is “wrong” with the world today. Filtering out those parts this is a quite enjoyable, visually very entertaining, family movie. If you have strong opinions about certain things then you might want to be with your kids when watching this one. Personally I consider my oldest son to be quite capable of making his own opinions and as for the two younger kinds I try to point out the pro’s and con’s and let them grow up to make their own mistakes.
Having that out of the way this is a visually quite wonderful movie. it is of course quite CGI enhanced but in a good way. It is a Disney movie after all so you would expect, at least I did, some “artistic freedom” as far as the scenery is concerned.
The story is actually a quite lovely “fairy tale” kind of story about a “wonderland” far far away. Initially it is a wee bit difficult to get a grip of what is happening since it all moves about all over the place a bit. If you can overcome that first disorientation it does indeed get somewhat sensible after a while. Having said that I mean “sensible” in the context of not only a wild and whacky science fiction movie but in the context of a wild and wacky science fiction movie aimed at the younger part of the audience. Despite the scientific blurb thrown around in the last half of the movie do not for a minute believe that any of the script writers have more scientific knowledge than the average Hollywood script writer which is…zero.
To me the enjoyment of this movie came from the childish fantasy style (it does have quite a bit of a fairly tale story over it), from the rather enjoyable cinematic effects, quite a bit of cool action and last but not least … George Clooney. Actually that is not entirely fair. George was part of it but what I really liked was the recruiting android all the way from the start. When Clooney entered the scene both him and the android pretty much stole the scene. I am afraid that the Newton girl, for a lot of the time, felt more like a “plot element” than a main character to me.
I have to say that I quite liked the scenes in Paris as well. Sorry guys but I do live in France after all. The Eiffel Tower scenes where quite enjoyable and I do like the touch where they used Mr. Eiffel’s apartment at the top of the tower as a scenery. Actually I am not sure how many people actually know that there is an apartment (now a museum) up there. The stuff about a hidden room and a hidden [naah, that would be a spoiler] beneath the tower is of course truly nonsensical.
So, bottom line, if Disney would not have gone down the line of trying to make a political statement, and I do not care what that statement was except that it was blunt, obvious and unconcealed, then this movie would have gotten another star or two. I cannot justify giving it much lower than what I did since it was, technically speaking, a quite good and entertaining movie. However, movies for children is not the medium to make a statement unless you believe that you are living in a socialist state a ‘la the Soviet Union.
I’ll keep this relatively short. I’m a 60 year old, very hard to please Brit. This film, pleased me very much indeed. Hence, the 9 out of 10 score. Those who marked this film down, really do require a reality check. I’m not usually given to writing film reviews, but on seeing this film’s current low rating – I felt compelled to write something positive, in its favour. The acting and special effects alone, stand on their own. The film, may well be 105 minutes long, but it’s 105 of the best spent minutes I’ve had, this millennium. I won’t delve into the film’s storyline, as that has been adequately explained by others. If you want to be engagingly captivated, in a futuristic, make-believe World – where anything seems possible – then this is the film for you. I for one, would love to escape the current mess of a World we live in – to experience the alternative dimension, on offer, in Tomorrowland: A World Beyond
This movie is misunderstood, I’m writing my first review with the hope to increase understanding and appreciation of it. Lose your expectations and watch it as it is, an adventure. Think about the things you see, analyze them. Don’t expect to be on the edge of your seat all the time from exciting action, it takes a back seat after the beginning.. which the trailer seems to mostly contain and make a false picture of the film. My opinion.. I try and keep this spoiler free.
While perhaps expecting a little more awe scenes, action and insight into the “tomorrowland” society the movie has some very nice scenes. 2/3 into the film it somehow got a bit boring.. but it gets better. Could perhaps have been cut on a place or too, but the scenes were visually pleasing instead. A few confusing aspects here and there like the transition at the end, but who cares? No one has seemed to bother analyzing the philosophical aspects of pre-determination, alternate realities and concepts like our consciousness creating our reality as an reflection of our collective state of mind. The message is a fine one and something to think about our outlook on life.
Does all the negativity really serve us? What’s the content of news? Only negative stories. Do they encourage you to go out and make a difference or make you depressed and go on with business as usual it is all going to h*ll anyways? But it sells and is a money making mechanism.. It is a bit humorous the extent the level of fear the society in the movie are in and project unto the children and society, connections to our western society can be made too.
If you notice these things you will appreciate the hints at secret societies and connections to the “Club 33” in Disneyland too and other goodies like the rivalry between Nikola Tesla and Edison. Nothing too profound or divulging from my understanding but it’s there too, Tesla is an under appreciated figure in our history who deserves a lot more recognition.
These are the things I brought with me from this movie, and I’m a sucker for scifi, which was what initially attracted me to the film, but it turned out to just be eye candy to boot 🙂 not the main thing about the film.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 10 min (130 min)
Genre Action, Adventure, Family, Fantasy, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Director Brad Bird
Writer Damon Lindelof (screenplay by), Brad Bird (screenplay by), Damon Lindelof (story by), Brad Bird (story by), Jeff Jensen (story by)
Actors George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Britt Robertson, Raffey Cassidy
Country USA, Spain, France, Canada, UK
Awards 2 wins & 19 nominations.
Production Company Walt Disney Pictures
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, Datasat, Dolby Atmos, IMAX 6-Track (IMAX version), Dolby Surround 7.1, Sonics-DDP, 12-Track Digital Sound, Auro 11.1
Aspect Ratio 1.90 : 1 (IMAX version), 2.20 : 1
Camera Sony CineAlta F65, Zeiss Master Prime and Fujinon Premier Lenses, Sony CineAlta PMW-F55, Zeiss Master Prime and Fujinon Premier Lenses
Laboratory Company 3 (digital intermediate), FotoKem Laboratory, Burbank (CA), USA (prints) (as FotoKem)
Film Length (7 reels)
Negative Format AXSM, SRMemory
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Dolby Vision, F55 RAW (4K) (source format), F65 RAW (4K) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema