Tomorrowland officially comes out in theaters today but we went to the advanced screening a few days ago. The last time we went to an advanced screening Connor wanted to do a review of the movie so I asked him if he’d like to review this one and he said yes. Yesterday I recorded what he wanted to say and so I am going to type it up word for word here.
“Today I’m going to do a review of Tomorrowland! First off, I liked it except I did not know there was going to be fighting. Also, the part that I liked about it was that all the machines in Tomorrowland and all the technology was epic. Also, the technology was epic like I said and one of the technologies was where they go up and it’s like a little flash of the future. It’s like what they’re going to do next on there, like maybe two seconds later…two seconds into the future. It’s cool because it shows you what you’re going to do. The girl she had a hat, this is one piece, and she saw what she was going to do and she lost the hat so she tried to catch it. That was one of them. This is the last part I’m going to tell you. When they got into Tomorrowland they had to go to France to get in the rocket and they blasted off out of Earth into outer space and then they went back in Earth but they went in a different dimension called Tomorrowland.”
So, that was Connor’s review. Now I’ll write just a little about what I thought.
I personally liked the movie. I thought it was really well done. I have to say that from the preview I’d seen I really wasn’t sure what it was going to be about but I got it as soon as the movie started and it has a really good message attached to it.
The beginning starts off at the 1964 World’s Fair and it starts off playing the song from the Carousel of Progress and so I was excited about the movie from the beginning. I thought it was really fun to watch. Also just a side note, not something Connor mentioned, but we enjoyed seeing all the items in the Blast from the Past shop scene.
Everyone that plans on going to see Tomorrowland let us know what you think of it once you watch it.