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Michael C here.Last week I was here to announce that one of my anticipated 2015 titles exceeded my expectations.This week I need to come to grips how another of my most anticipated could miss the mark so badly.

Like the theme park from which it takes its inspiration, the future in Brad Bird’sTomorrowlandis not a tangible thing, but an idea, a gleaming Jetsons cityscape forever just over the horizon inspiring the better angels of our nature with its promise of utopia.It’s not “the future”.It’sTHE FUTURE!

Unfortunately, where Disney World can get away with organizing a collection or attractions around nothing but a spirit of uncomplicated hope, a movie needs to build a structure around those feelings, and it’s there that Bird’s film struggles.It aims to stir the soul but its impact is dulled as it gets lost in its scattershot, thinly conceived screenplay.Enjoyment ofTomorrowlanddepends on one's ability to appreciate its vibe of retro optimism enough to overlook how far short it falls ofits lofty ambitions...


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