Walt Disney Studios Open Forum: TOMORROWLAND written by Robert Reineke May 21, 2015 It’s been a tough year for original science fiction, with the exception of EX MACHINA, both critically and at the box office. Disney takes a crack at it with TOMORROWLAND with Brad Bird steering the ship. Early reviews are mixed, but that doesn’t mean that the movie has nothing to discuss or appreciate. Is its ideas about our lack of idealism in entertainment on point? How is George Clooney? How is Brit Robertson? Does this bode anything for the future of movies? We’re interested in our readers reactions to these films, so step right up and voice your opinion below. Open Forum: TOMORROWLAND was last modified: February 20th, 2016 by Robert Reineke Related Tomorrowland 1 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Robert Reineke previous post Weekly Ratings Roundup: May 17 to May 23, 2015 next post Finale Review: THE FLASH’s “Fast Enough” Is Triumphant. You may also like MALEFICENT- 2 New Clips & A Featurette May 21, 2014 Disney Premieres First Clip And New Website... March 23, 2016 QUEEN OF KATWE Review September 23, 2016 Neel Sethi Is Disney’s New Mowgli In... July 15, 2014 Emma Watson To Star In Disney’s BEAUTY... January 26, 2015 New TOMORROWLAND Poster Today, Trailer Coming Monday! March 6, 2015 New Clips And Featurette From Disney’s THE... March 28, 2016 SAVING MR. BANKS Review December 19, 2013 Review: Movie Magic Has Evolved In Disney’s... April 5, 2016 Hear BEAUTY AND THE BEAST For The... September 1, 2016 stock I saw the extended trailer with an IMAX showing of Avengers. Outside of TDK I can’t say I like extended clips for movies. If you think you’re seeing the best parts of movies in a regular trailer, what are you getting in a 8 minute clip? Tomorrowland looked iffy to me. I’m not a Clooney fan. Up to this point, I’ve liked him in 1 flick: Oh Brother, and that because he played against type. This seems too frenetic to me, and unlike MMFR, I’m not sure the action will have a real point of view for the story. It could be for the sake of being able to fill time, or because they can. Guess I’ll wait for your review to see if I’ll chance it. Might be not for my demographic.