Director: Brad Bird
Writer: Damon Lindelof and Brad Bird with Jeff Jensen
Running Time: 02 Hour 10 Minutes
Stars: George Clooney, Britt Robertson, Hugh Laurie
Imdb Rating: 6.9/10
Releasing Date:22 May 2015 (USA)
Genres: Action, Adventure, Mystery
Plot: Tomorrowland is a proposal although it has positive factors such as the action sequence at George Clooney , the famous pin that makes you travel , or extra digital effects, ends up being a kind of compact car with Sports Pack , it’s interesting to the view but not very functional , and therefore becomes a bittersweet experience.
Over the years, Disney has earned the privilege of bringing the public to the theater even though it is not quite sure what is going to witness , expert or experts, fans and casual spectators , we all have feeling that whatever they do anthropomorphic mouse studies will have a seal of approval as far as satisfaction is concerned, however that go blindly just because it’s a Disney movie if it has its risks.
Personally I have never been very adept at audiovisual proposals that paint a future of flying cars , time is cruel and slow to become involuntary jokes , and the truth is that Tomorrowland seems to not have a very different fate . Yes, the current special effects and above all the futuristic ideas are also perishable .
The first 45 minutes are exceedingly interesting , the way we introduce the famous world of tomorrow is truly ingenious and were immediately thrown into the pocket with a couple of children’s characters to identify costs nothing . The use made of humor is a must to keep us hooked on what is happening (besides mini nerdgasm for all geeks watching Disney makes use of licensed Star Wars on the bridge between the first and second act ) tool , fail to intrigue as the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland and drag us to a point of no return where things get murky indeed. Once you ‘re in the place we were seduced by almost an hour of promising leads discovered that history has become unnecessarily complex. The negative certainly not intended to be deepening with a story that on paper should be very simple, it ends up being bad that no one can resolve less redundant trip from point A to point B. times difficult to understand what we are seeing and becomes so ridiculously complicated than lose our way as spectators. It seems that the script is full of small conditions completely changed the way the film flows , and the clearest example is the Eiffel Tower , as if someone had put a requirement that the Parisian monument appeared on screen, not It makes no sense.