I was able to go see Tomorrowland on Saturday morning and really enjoyed myself. After the Tinkerbell half marathon, I went to see the preview and it really got into it more than I was expecting.
The preview is actually just the beginning part of the movie: it shows the young Frank going to the 1964 World's Fair, let me just tell you it looks gorgeous on-screen, with an invention that he created. He unfortunately is shot down but does meet a young girl Athena who gives him a special pin. He uses the pin to ride It's a Small World and it transports him to a mythical land.
The movie continues with an older Frank and a young girl named Casey, with a very adventurous and optimistic spirit who really loves space travel and all thingsNASA. She gets in a bit of trouble and finds herself in possession of the tomorrowland pin. She is also transferred to a magical world and wants to get back there. She does some Internet searching, yay for finally someone using the Internet how we do today in a movie, and ends up at sci-fi shop. Hilarity ensues and she is soon on the run from government officials.
I won't give too much more away but some crazy things occur including a trip on a rocket out of the Eiffel Tower and a big circle transporter thing that looks very similar to the one in Big Hero 6.
Overall, this movie is fantastic and I would recommend it to any Disney fans as you can see Walt Disney's dream throughout all of it as well as Epcot, the old school one-Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow and other parts of the actual Tomorrowland such as Space Mountain. Even the use of the 1964 World's Fair speaks to Walt's dream.
I really do think it could be for children, our theater had a good number of children and they all seem to enjoy themselves another movie was about two hours and 20 minutes so keep that in mind when deciding to take children. I would highly recommend someone for yet I've very much enjoyed it even if the critics thought it was a little overdone.
Have you seen Tomorrowland? What did you think?