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."
|Release Date||:||May 22, 2015|
|Genres||:||Fantasy, Science Fiction, Mystery, Action, Adventure|
|Production Company||:||Walt Disney Pictures, Babieka, A113|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Director||:||Brad Bird, Kimi Webber|
|Writers||:||Brad Bird, Damon Lindelof, Brad Bird, Damon Lindelof, Jeff Jensen|
|Casts||:||Britt Robertson, George Clooney, Raffey Cassidy, Thomas Robinson, Hugh Laurie, Kathryn Hahn, Keegan-Michael Key, Tim McGraw, Chris Bauer, Pierce Gagnon, Matthew MacCaull, Judy Greer, Matthew Kevin Anderson, Michael Giacchino, D. Harlan Cutshall, Shiloh Nelson, Xantha Radley, David Nykl, Paul McGillion, Pearce Visser, Garry Chalk, Dagan Nish, Yusuf A. Ahmed, Alex Barima, Jedidiah Goodacre, Kate Crutchlow, Priya Rajaratnam, Parm Soor, Leena Manro, Rick Pearce, Tom Butler, Michael Rowe, Timothy Paul Perez, Patrick Sabongui, Romuald Hivert, Mathieu Lardier, Fraser Corbett, Darren Shahlavi, Aidan Gemme, Takayuki Oki, Natasha Davidson, Liliane Leilan Juma, Paul Anthony, Kenia Arias, Kimberly Arklie, Nicholas Barrera, Jason Bell, Wendy Bell, Aimee Bowen, Bradley Bowen|
|Plot Keywords||:||inventor, apocalypse, destiny, dreamer, drone, futuristic car, futuristic city|
Absolutely lovely! I'm 17 and saw this with my 8 year old brother, and we both loved it! Dazzling special effects. Great Disney nostalgia right from the beginning. Really good acting, particularly on 11/12 year old Raffey Cassidy's behalf, who manages to be both convincingly robotic and also human enough to be empathized with. George Clooney plays George Clooney as usual, what else could you ask for? The film also has some pleasantly thought-provoking themes that left me wondering whether the villain was truly evil or not. To add to this, the ultimate message of optimism that shines throughout the film is something lacking somewhat in films these days, and really makes this one stand out from the crowd in the glut of super-high budget family films that have been produced in the last few years.
Now, important to add is that this is very much a kids' film. So maybe not an appropriate film to see with your college or work mates on a night out. And naturally, don't go and see this expecting masterful, subtle storytelling or realistic dialogue. The story and dialogue are both unabashedly silly, but quite frankly, why on earth would anyone care? Don't go in expecting a storytelling masterpiece. Honestly, just sit back, let down your critical barriers and enjoy the magic of cinema.
And one more thing: If you're reading this in time, this is DEFINITELY a film to see in the cinema while you can. Get the benefit of the big screen and surround sound while you can.