Tomorrowland Movie Review


Tomorrowland (George Clooney, Britt Robertson) is a great example of an adventure film with plenty of positive themes but that doesn’t skimp on the action or production values that my pre-teen kids love.  It contains many issues that are great to discuss with their ‘developing minds’ and it will keep them entertained and watching throughout.

Tomorrowland is a movie with some more complex ideas and is definitely one for children aged 8 plus. The movie takes you on an amazing journey through alternate dimensions and time travel concepts that kids will love with some clear messages for older audiences. It approaches topics such climate change, science is power, girls are just as capable as boys and in the end it is more about action than talk.

We actually watched this with our kids because after viewing the trailer (see below) I thought it would be quite fun and I wasn’t disappointed … It was action packed! We put it on for one of our regular Friday night movie nights (complete with pizza and popcorn) and the whole family enjoyed the movie. After watching it I just checked in with my youngest about how he felt during the scene where one of the characters passes away and we had a nice chat about that. If you are looking for a movie to keep the tweenagers entertained over the holidays … pick up a copy of Tomorrowland – “Imagine a place where anything is possible”. It is available on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital HD now.


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