Saturday, 30 May 2015

Movie Review: Tomorrowland

Whenever Casey Newton (Britt Robertson) touches a lapel pin with the letter T on it, she finds herself transported to Tomorrowland, a city filled with huge robots and sleek buildings. The gifted young woman recruits the help of scientist Frank Walker (George Clooney), a previous visitor to Tomorrowland, who years ago made a startling discovery about the future. Together, the two adventurers travel to the metropolis to uncover its mysterious secrets, as the fate of mankind hangs in the balance.

Tomorrowland is a fun adventure with big ideas and a lot of heart. Visually exciting sci-fi adventure that surely give you mix of emotions. The visual effects are top-notch, and the storyline is interesting enough to keep us engaged. The basic specifics about Tomorrowland get revealed fairly quickly, but there’s plenty to be revealed as the story progresses, and the real fun is in finding out the motives of everyone involved, and what caused everything to go wrong in the first place. While the themes and ultimate revelation of messaging is serious, emotionally compelling stuff, the journey is tremendously enjoyable and the characters are charmingly authentic. 

I’ve definitely enjoyed watching the film. It always seems like a breath of fresh air every time Disney releases a new and original property to the big screen. Tomorrowland is visually stunning like a gleaming version of the future as seen through the prism of optimism with the contained imagination of youth and the steady moral strength of Disney. Tomorrowland is one of my most anticipated films of 2015 and I can say a solid film in which its positivity and fun action makes sure that at the very least audiences will be entertained.

My Verdict: 4.5/5

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