Casey Newton (Britt Robertson) comes into contact with a pin with a the letter T on it, every time Casey touches the pin she is transported to Tomorrowland.
Tomorrowland is a city filled with huge robots and futuristic buildings. Casey is then taken to Frank Walker (George Clooney). Together, Casey and Frank travel to uncover Tomorrowlands secrets.
What they must do there changes the world and themselves forever.
Tomorrowland promises to take audiences on a thrill ride of nonstop adventures through new dimensions that have only been dreamed of.
I also liked when she touched the pin and went to Tomorrowland. Her time was running out and she was stepping on water, but you thought it was just because she was running out of time, but it was really because she was in the lake in the real world.
In conclusion, I think that this movie would be hard for little kids to understand especially when you see how life with the robots is.
This is not a movie for young children. The movie was enjoyable, but at times hard to follow as it kept going back in time. The storyline jumped around and there where some very violent scenes.
The young ones would also get very confused with the human like robots, which do get killed in several violent scenes.
For the kids to really enjoy it I believe you need to be at least 8 and even then, some of the concepts could get lost in translation.
The special effects were amazing, the movie was never boring, it was actually nice to see a non animated children's movie. My opinion - leave the little ones at home, the big kids will enjoy the action, the visual effects and hopefully will sit back and think about how they can achieve their dreams.
- Rated PG :Sci-fi action violence and peril, thematic elements and language.
- Genre: Science Fiction and Fantasy.
- Opened nationally in Australia 28th May 2015
- Running time: 1 hour and 47minutes
- For more information visit Tomorrowland Website