For us die hard Disney fans, this movie is sure to touch you and truly remind you of what Mr. Walt Disney himself stood for. The movie starts out at the 1964 NYC World's Fair while "It's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow" is playing in the background. That alone is bound to raise arm hairs of the true Disney fanatic. The actual message of the movie represented just that. As caretakers of the future and of the earth, we need to remember such a thing. The movie stands for future dreamers, and innovators, as well as hope and inspiration, exactly what we need in today's world. Bravo to Mr. Clooney who participated in such a film. His performance was great, as Mr. Frank Walker, a pessimist who is sure the earth and all who reside on it will die within a short amount of time, until he meets Casey Newton (played by Britt Robertson) an optimist who believes anything is possible if you believe it.
Without giving away any of the movie, the shear impression this film presses upon you and leaves you walking out with is one worth going to see, Disney fan or not. This was the first movie in a long time that I left the theater feeling truly inspired to continue teaching my children absolutely anything is possible if they believe in it and work hard enough for it.
This is a film Mr. Disney himself would be very proud of and makes me thrilled to be a lifetime fan of all things Disney! I hope you take my advice and see this film with your children, your family, or even on your own. I promise you, you will not be disappointed.