(this review is spoiler-free)
I liked Tomorrowland very much. As a story it wasn't ultimately satisfying to me, but as two hours spent in the movie theater to share an adventure and have fun I liked it very much. It carries you into its world and the two hour ride it takes you on is simply very enjoyable. The only thing I didn't like was the ending, it felt like an abrupt end to a ride that had just really begun. The movie was impressively not at all spoiled by the trailers which barely give away any information.
Tomorrowland poses some interesting questions, and its strong themes and messages were both applicable and encouraging. The idea of people accepting a horrible fate instead of trying to fight and change it, because accepting that fate doesn't require them to do anything today, while fighting for a better one does, was clearly put and made positively motivating by the rest of the story and its ideas. The message that ideas, creativity, and art are part of that better future is a personal message, calling out to everyone. Overall, Tomorrowland, if not completely satisfying, is a positive, motivating, and fun story.
Content: rated PG by the MPAA for sequences of sci-fi action violence and peril, thematic elements, and language. (spoilers) Androids which look like humans are beat up and killed. (end of spoiler)
my rating: 3.5/5
favorite line: "There are two wolves who are always fighting. One is darkness and despair. The other is light and hope. The question is, which wolf wins?" "The one you feed."