I was going to write this review, but someone else beat me to it.
“Every day is the opportunity for a better tomorrow.”
Despite some bad reviews from ideologues on the right and the left Tomorrowland is a good movie—it’s not a great movie, but then again it’s not exactly targeted at an adult audience, so one would be insane to expect perfection. But director Brad Bird, director of The Incredibles and Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol has followed up his previous successes with another wonderful film—the problem is that while there are traces of depth in his work he still hasn’t managed to flesh them out into full fledged great art.
So let’s deal with the spoiler free stuff first.
First you should go and enjoy this movie. It’s fun, it’s fast paced and has more than enough eye candy to keep you entertained. It starts off with a quirky narration that goes back and forth between your two main characters competing for how…
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