Wed, 27 May 2015
“Tomorrowland” follows Casey (Britt Robertson), a teen prodigy with a NASA engineer dad and an abundance of curiosity. After a random encounter with a mysterious pin that seems to transport her to a magical world, Casey sets off to find a former boy-genius inventor Frank (George Clooney), who could possibly help her solve this elusive enigma. They set off on a journey of dire circumstances, yet also one of hope.
For this special episode of The Hollywood Outsider, Aaron is joined by Troy Heinritz (The Blacklist Exposed, Under the Dome Radio) to discuss the film in detail. From their initial, spoiler-free, thoughts to their more detailed reactions to director Brad Bird's bold new world.
Will families enjoy this? Did the minimal exposure to the actual film through marketing ultimately help or hurt the film? What did we think of Robertson, Clooney, and Hugh Laurie? Does the world electrify us in the way that Walt Disney and his films have so often managed to pull off? Most importantly - What are the critics missing on this one?
All this, and much more, is discussed on this special episode. Tomorrowland is an explosion of imagination that reminds us of early Spielberg. Whether you enjoyed the film, disliked it, or maybe even are still debating seeing it - this discussion is for you!
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This is a film we enjoyed quite a bit, and therefore want to share our experiences with you. Feel differently? Let us know by emailing us at feedback@TheHollywoodOutsider.com