on 12 May 2014
A dark fantasy/science fiction hybrid that takes an intriguing premise and goes nowhere with it, ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW isn't much of a movie, but it's a great example of how a guerilla filmmaker can buck the system through sheer force of will.
The story of a guy with a troubled marriage who takes his family to Walt Disney World and loses his mind there could've been hilarious and/or horrifying. In this case, it's neither -- the film aims for a rococo David Lynch surrealism and misses by a country mile. What is the protagonist, Jim White's, connection to Epcot Center? Who is that little girl with the wicked witch? What the hell is "cat flu?" Why do I get the feeling that every plot twist is being thrown at the viewer as if it had been thought up on the day it was filmed?
I like the cinematography, and the faux-Disney musical score. Question is, will Randy Moore's next movie be one I'll want to watch more than once?
on 5 May 2015
Weird, amateur, vile,rude,awful. Story line could of been good if made by a proper film company ,thought it was about a guy who lost his job and had to endure last day at disney with wife and kids but it was some weird fantasy horror rubbish .would give it no rating but system wouldn't let me!