Tomorrowland | Movie Review 23 May 2015   462


Star Cast: Hugh Laurie, George Clooney, Britt Robertson, Raffey Cassidy, Tim McGraw, Thomas Robinson
Direction: Brad Bird
Genre: Sci-Fi
Duration: 2 hours 10 minutes

Critics Review/Rating

Times Of India (TOI):

Tomorrowland is an ambitious, sprawling tale involving different generations, time travel and visions of the future. If there’s one simple fact that the film clearly establishes during its expansive run-time, it is that humanity’s collective actions will have a direct impact on the days and years to come.
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Book My Show:

Tomorrowland is a beautiful film. It’s like biting into a chilli pepper- it gives you a huge kick, but also makes your eyes water. Directed by Brad Bird, who also made the animated classic The Iron Giant, the film doesn’t disappoint anywhere.  – See more at:
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Teen rebel and persistent tinkerer Casey Newton wants her NASA engineer dad to be happy. Loner and genius-in-exile Frank Walker is content being left by himself to his own devices. A badge and a robot return them to a futuristic utopia one desperately wants to visit and the other wants no part of.
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A ‘mystery box’ is a concept that was first created by the team of JJ Abrams and Damon Lindelof in the hit series ‘Lost’. The strategy is to tease audiences with minimal plot point, and reveal something fun and amazing when they watch the film or the series.
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NDTV Movies:

My son briefly had a youth baseball coach whose way of inspiring his demoralized players was to stand at the dugout entrance screaming at them to have fun. Tomorrowland, Brad Bird’s energetic new film, a shiny live-action spectacle from Disney, reminds me of that guy.
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The Indian Express:

Youngsters get thrown into the rough quite a bit in Tomorrowland, and at least one of them even shows smeared blood after an injury. Absolutely none gets hurt. But how young is the precociously named Casey Newton (Robertson) exactly? Old enough to drive a motorcycle and go into the night alone, but young enough to attend school?
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Tomorrowland falls short of greatness it was capable of achieving, says Paloma Sharma. Coming The Incredibles andRatatouille director Brad Bird, Disney’sTomorrowland is an over two-hour science fiction/adventure film that ends up being more of an exercise in brand building than storytelling.
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