Imagine a place where anything is possible.
Then imagine if all it took to get you there was with the touch of a pin.
Welcome to Tomorrowland.
This is a movie for dreamers. This is a movie for creatives. This is a movie for those with a big imagination and even bigger ideas. The is the perfect Disney movie as it celebrates the values that were at the core of Mr. Walt Disney himself. Tomorrowland is a movie that inspires you to be innovative and ask the question, what if?
What if you could change the world?
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” - Albert Einstein
A classic family film with the perfect blend of action, adventure, sci-fi, and mystery. It has that old nostalgic feeling of vintage Disneyland in select points of the film. Pay close attention to the 'it's a small world" scene, which is especially exciting for us Disneyland freaks! You will probably feel slightly different when you ride the classic attraction from now on. The younger actors in this film are fantastic and George Clooney has the all the charm that you'd expect from a middle aged burned out ex-dreamer who's given up on hope. LOL. But when paired together with a glass half full, think of the possibilities, teenager filled with curiosity Casey Newton, (Britt Robertson) they end up on an epic adventure to try and save the world and the future for all of mankind.
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Even though this film is not about the Tomorrowland at Disney Parks, we wanted to share the placard at Disneyland Park that quotes Walt Disney on opening day of Disneyland almost 60 years ago. This quote fits the overall theme of the movie nicely.
"A vista into a world of wondrous ideas, signifying man's achievements... a step into the future, with predictions of constructive things to come. Tomorrow offers new frontiers in science, adventure and ideas: the Atomic Age, the challenge of outer space, and the hope for a peaceful and united world."
- Walt Disney (July 17, 1955)
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Disclosure: We attended an early screening of Tomorrowland as members of the media. SO GOOD! No other compensation was received. Opinions shared on this blog are 100% magical and 100% those of the Disney Sisters only.