Tomorrowland (2015)



Critic Consensus: Ambitious and visually stunning, Tomorrowland is unfortunately weighted down by uneven storytelling.

Movie Info

From Disney comes two-time Oscar (R) winner Brad Bird's riveting, mystery adventure "Tomorrowland," starring Academy Award (R) winner George Clooney. Bound by a shared destiny, former boy-genius Frank (Clooney), jaded by disillusionment, and Casey (Britt Robertson), a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity, embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space known only as "Tomorrowland." What they must do there changes … More

Rating: PG (for sequences of sci-fi action violence and peril, thematic elements, and language)
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Written By: Jeff Jensen, Brad Bird, Damon Lindelof
In Theaters:
Box Office: $92.5M
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as Young Casey Newton

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Critic Reviews for Tomorrowland

All Critics (215) | Top Critics (43)

Kids and teens should have a riot with the goofy robots, a neat small role by Key and Peele's Keegan-Michael Key and the fun action but adults expecting more will probably be slightly disappointed.

Full Review… | July 29, 2015

It's slickly packaged, but below its surface Brad Bird's Tomorrowland is a preachy, chaotic jumble of themes and style at odds with itself from the get-go.

Full Review… | June 23, 2015
Dark Horizons

Tomorrowland concludes with as palpable a thud as one could possibly envision...

Full Review… | June 22, 2015
Reel Film Reviews

Tomorrowland is co-written with Bird by Damon Lindehof, tapping a similar dimension-bending beat as his TV hit Lost. Like that puzzler, Tomorrowland's plot leads viewers down a few too many rabbit holes without carrots to show for it.

Full Review… | June 18, 2015
Tampa Bay Times

An exciting look at the possibilities of the future and the necessity for determination, dedication and optimism to achieve it.

Full Review… | June 15, 2015
Cinema Sight

A fresh take on familiar science fiction, an excellent cast and good execution. [full review in Spanish]

Full Review… | June 12, 2015
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Audience Reviews for Tomorrowland


'Tomorrowland' is an ambitious film that is clearly aiming for something unique, but the effect is lost in the muddled and unfocused narrative.

Kase Vollebregt
Kase Vollebregt

Super Reviewer

You get high hopes for some efforts, and this is one of those. You want to like it. They even cue you with vintage photography of Disney's old World Of Tomorrow, but what's soon apparent is that unlike the olden days there is no real vision of the future to offer here, nada to aspire towards.
A work that cannot live up to its title. Except for the character of Athena, of which there is not enough.

Kevin M. Williams

Super Reviewer

Watching Britt Robertson play a teenaged, NASA-nerd anarchist is a bit jarring after seeing her essentially dry-hump a bucking barrel (yeah that's what they're called) while Scott Eastwood gives her twinkling dry-hump-eyes in "The Longest Ride." She's a baby-faced twenty-five-year-old at that awkward stage in her career when she looks either too old or too young for the starring roles for which she's cast. I'm not sure that she anchored this film or the other as well as she needed to.

Luckily though, "Tomorrowland" boasts a wealth of sumptuous visuals: a shiny and vintage 1960s Disney World, a bright and gleaming futuristic metropolis, and fun smash-cuts of the real world into the O beautiful Tomorrowland commercial of spacious skies and amber waves of grain.

The movie gets a bit confusing and convoluted about why Frank got expelled from Tomorrowland Academy of Jump-Suited Youths, what Nix's save-the-world-by-destroying-it endgame actually is, and most importantly, how Casey inexplicably "knows how things work" - this magic touch without which the character would just dwindle into Regular Girl all over again.

All the kid actors are flippin' adorbz. Thomas Robinson (whom I loved in "The Switch") is all prodigious ingenuity and chubby-cheeked puppy love; Raffey Cassidy is all freckly, blue-eyed, pertly-coifed, robotic charisma as Athena, SNASA's android talent scout; and it's nice to see Pierce Gagnon again (who was great in "Looper" and "Wish I Was Here") even though he only has a minor part.

Alice Shen

Super Reviewer

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