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Tomorrowland (2015) Movie Review


Director: Brad Bird

Screenplay: Damon Lindelof & Brad Bird

Cinematography: Claudio Miranda

Starring: Britt Robertson, George Clooney, Raffey Cassidy, Hugh Laurie

Distributor: Walt Disney Pictures

Brad Bird’s dream project Tomorrowland, at one time known as 1952, is a fully original property. It’s not a sequel, remake, or based on any existing works of fiction – it is loosely associated with the Disneyland theme park area that shares the same name, although not really. It’s based on pure imagination and childlike creativity, which are things that are tragically missing from many modern film productions. Lately, seeing a big-budget movie with this amount of heart and thoughtfulness is like experiencing a minty breath of fresh air after wallowing in a cloud of smog for a year. Yet for all its fantastical might, Bird’s retro-futuristic adventure unfortunately suffers from seriously wonky execution and a dense, overflowing screenplay…

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