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Tomorrowland, directed by the guy who did The Incredibles and The Iron Giant (!!!), brings us his first live-action movie based off the land at Disneyland. I really loved the theme of Tomorrowland, which basically contrasts today’s apathy toward shitty things (global warming, famine, corporate interests, racism) with the past’s excitement for a science-driven and inspired future. Obviously its very idealistic and a tad unrealistic that creativity and inventions will solve everything, but it was very cool seeing a movie like Tomorrowland exist in a time where we either have squeaky-clean feel-good films about nothing or extremely pessimistic critiques on society without a probable way to fix it. This movie is very much in the middle of that and kept it pretty real for a kids’ movie. The plot had a lot of big ideas that should’ve been more fleshed out and won’t win any awards on that front, but I think it’s going to remain very underrated and is deserving of a watch if you like shiny future things and/or Disneyland references. - (thatsintense)

Release Date : 2015-05-22
Casts : Tim McGraw, Kathryn Hahn, Hugh Laurie, Britt Robertson, Keegan-Michael Key, Raffey Cassidy, George Clooney, Thomas Robinson
Duration : 130 minutes runtime
Rating : 6.7

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Why is no one talking about the speech Hugh Laurie made in tomorrowland, it’s so true and it’s kinda scary.

‘The only facts the won’t challenge are the ones that keep the wheels greased and the dollars rolling in.’

‘How do you think people responded to the prospect of inmate doom, they gobbled it up, like a chocolate eclair, they didn’t fear their demise, they repackaged it, it can be enjoyed as video games, as TV shows, books, movies, the entire world wholeheartedly embrace the apocalypse, and sprinted towards it with gleeful abandon..

Meanwhile your earth was crumbling all around you, you’ve got simultaneous epidemics of obesity and starvation, bees and butterfly’s start to disappear, the glaciers melt, algae blooms..

All around you the coal mine canaries are dropping dead and you won’t take the hint. In every moment there is a possibility of a better future, but you people won’t believe it, and because you don’t believe it you won’t do what is necessary to make it a reality. So you dwell of this terrible future and you resign yourselves to it for one reason, because THAT future doesn’t ask anything off you TODAY. Yes, you saw the ice burg on the titanic, but you will just steer for it anyway, full steam ahead. Why? Because you want to sink. You have given up.’

Some deep shit right there.


“The Descendants” deleted scene

Scenes 92-93

I found this scene quite nice both in the novel and as performed by Mr. Clooney and Miss Woodley. Since the adaptation concerns itself in no small part with the developing relationship between father and daughter and this scene glimpses an attempt at honest discussion between the two, it was tricky to omit. We cut it, however, in order to maintain  momentum in this section of the film. — dir. Alexander Payne