Tomorrowland

Tomorrowland

Tomorrowland

Veteran Pixar director Brad Bird (The Incredibles, Ratatouille) follows his live-action debut Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol with this sci-fi adventure based on the Disney theme park attraction. A scientifically-inclined teen (Britt Robertson) is granted a fleeting glimpse at an advanced creative wonderland by virtue of a mysteriously-acquired pin that allows her to travel between dimensions. With baddies in pursuit, she teams up with a former boy-genius inventor (George Clooney) to travel to Tomorrowland, make our world a better place, and save us from certain destruction.

2015Rating: PG, Mild science fiction violence and coarse language130 minsUSA
Kids & FamilyMysteryScience FictionBlockbuster

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Flicks, Dominic Corry

Flicks, Dominic Corry

Given that it is named after the most popular area of Disney's flagship theme park, I was steeling myself for a brand-enhancing exercise in corporate synergy when I sat down to watch Tomorrowland.

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Variety

Variety

The glaring failure of Tomorrowland is that its central premise — children are the future — is almost completely negated by the preachiness of the execution and the clumsiness of the storytelling.

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Total Film

Total Film

If you’re willing to let a few things slide, this is one of the best family blockbusters in years.

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Time Out

Time Out

When it puts down its copy of ‘Political Philosophy for Dummies’ and focuses on character and action, Tomorrowland is a blast.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

It's important to note that Tomorrowland is not disappointing in the usual way. It's not another glib, phoned-in piece of franchise mediocrity but rather a work of evident passion and conviction. What it isn't is in any way convincing or enchanting.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Director Brad Bird deserves praise for packing such big ideas into such an accessible, rip-roaring, retro-futurist adventure.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

It falls more to Robertson to carry the film, which she does with great energy and appeal.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Funny, surprising and packed full of wonder.

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