A Disney movie, and a live action one at that, which are few and far between that may be good enough to keep the older crowd immersed as deeply into the plot as their kids. Most parents brave through these movies and for a moment reach that bliss that they lost with adulthood, but with Tomorrowland, Disney really brings their theme park alive on screen. The actors although one would think would be lost to the appearance and skills of Clooney actually rose to the occassion and offered a complete experience that without them, Clooney may have seemed out of place. Although the length may seem uncharacteristic of Disney movies, it was not filled with essentially, "filler", and was crucial to delivering the finality of the plot. Although, the end of the movie to where the plot climaxes to its purpose seemed a bit rushed and disconnected, it didn't take too much away from the overall experience that would otherwise ruin the expectations of the viewer. Nevertheless, the end still may cause the viewer to have to reflect on where the plot connected the end to the buildup starting near the beginning of the movie but after the introduction of the key characters of the movie. Definitely a recommendation not only for kids, but for the whole family who could enjoy watching Tomorrowland come alive on the Silver Screen.