2015 "Imagine a world where nothing is impossible."
6.4| 2h10m| PG| en

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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KnotMissPriceless Why so much hype?
GrimPrecise I'll tell you why so serious
Afouotos Although it has its amusing moments, in eneral the plot does not convince.
Invaderbank The film creates a perfect balance between action and depth of basic needs, in the midst of an infertile atmosphere.
Bilal Pervaiz Great Sci--fi Movie, Tremendous Graphics, Regards **************************************************************************************************************************
Defender_of_the-Faith I loved this movie. What it's actually about is unrequited love and reconciliation. The relationship between the 60 something man (Clooney) and the 12 year old in appearance android (Cassidy), is about love in its deepest sense. The main plot is about a brilliant boy who never earns praise from his father. In consequence, he eventually expresses his unconscious disappointment and rage in the creation of machine that nearly destroys the world by amplifying the same negativity in the entire human race.While still a boy, he falls in the love with the android. This turns the Pygmalion story on its head as it is her emotional support that enables him to develop his true intellectual power.When he discovers that she is a machine, he is bitterly disappointing that she cannot love him back in the way he imagines. He believes he is betrayed by her just as he felt betrayed by his father. The android sends him an prophetess, who like Moses, discovers her true purpose almost by accident--she helps him save humanity from their own self-destruction. At the end, his true love sacrifices herself to save him. Only then is he freed from the past and is redeemed, and the android embraces her humanity--the Pinocchio theme.Note that the structure of the narrative follows the Odyssey. It is epic.I would work on this review a bit to make it a bit clearer, but you get the idea. Think on it. I know it is correct because the actors caught the emotions perfectly. No wonder it was a failure. Too subtle. And, perhaps not Politically Correct either even though there was no hint of sexuality.
steeplechase In this movie the reason for the entire conflict remains in the dark until the very end, which is a very daring idea. I thought it was pulled off kinda nicely, although it did somewhat frustrate me, but not too much, because it helped me relate to the main protagonist. I thought that was neat. The story was great, the character arcs were solid, the acting was decent, the visuals were good. The only thing I didn't like was that I was sometimes confused about why the focus was on this or that character. I got the impression that some quite important scenes got cut.At one point - I'm guessing 75-80% into the movie - I was prepared to give a 9/10 rating or even higher. This is very rare for me. I can probably count the movies that I rate higher than 8.5/10 on two hands.But then something terrible happened... The preaching began. And it didn't end. It went on and on. It just didn't end. Even the final moments were all about the preaching. I got so annoyed that I started cursing. So when I was done watching, my rating dropped a whole three points. You can probably tell, I don't like preachy movies. I don't like them at all. Can you tell? I bet you can tell.How could this awesome movie get screwed up so badly by unneccessary, relentless, unbearable preaching? Who made this terrible decision? So close. So damn close. I'm so unbelievably disappointed. It could've been one of my all-time favorite movies, it had everything. But they just had to mess it up. They just couldn't help themselves...
Helio So much potential - what a disappointment. It was like watching an over-rehearsed play Or an episode of "Hannah Montana". Even Miley Cyrus bailed on that show. The future scenes were htonderful but ioo brief. I haven't seen a George Clooney film I liked - why do people think this guy can act? He just talks angrily through his roles, as if he was woken up from a nap, before his scene. WisdomsHammer gave an astute analyses on this movie's short comings. And Remco de Groot summarized it well "Most of the time the movie gave the vibe of one of those promo films that are often run while you are waiting in line of a amusement park attraction. We were waiting for the doors to swing open and to be instructed to enter the trolleys and fasten seat-belts. Pins are for sale for $3.75 at the exit."Actually a pin would be cool - I'd rather have one than endured this disappointment. Ending on a positive note, as mentioned by others, the actress playing Athena was splendid.