Casey, an intelligent female teenager, curious about science and life, finds a mysterious pen, that gives her a glimpse view into an alternate reality of superior technology goes on a quest, to find said place. Along the way she lands at the house of Frank, a grumpy, disillusioned, former citizen of said world and that’s the moment when the most exciting part of her adventure is about to unfold.
Tomorrowland is another one of those movies, where you should be able to figure out upfront, what you are about to get: it’s Disney, it’s sci-fi and it is family entertainment. The only question being, weither it lives up to your expectations or not and in my humble opinion, it delivers big time. It’s an emotional rollercoaster with lovable characters. You will love, you will cry and you will get updated in regards to Disney’s state of CGI-technology. On top of that you get George Clooney, Judy Greer finally back again in a significant role, Hugh Laurie (!) and hey, even Keegan-Michael Key makes a cameo.
Just as with the other two, there is really nothing more to say here. Simply a good mainstream film, where the producers put their focus exactly where it belonged, without ruining it by drifting into unknown terrority.