Escape from Tomorrow

2013

Action / Drama / Fantasy / Horror / Sci-Fi

83
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 57%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 25%
IMDb Rating 5.1 10 9010

Synopsis


Uploaded By: OTTO
April 30, 2014 at 09:32 PM

Director

Cast

Annet Mahendru as Isabelle
Jakob Salvati as Other Woman's Son
Eli Jane as Princess #2
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698.53 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
P/S 0 / 6
1.23 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
P/S 2 / 9

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by theargentbusiness 1 / 10

Wish I Could Give it Zero Stars

A rambling, whining, nonsensical, egotrip of a movie. Agonisingly obvious, and filled with faux-deep 'statements' on humanity that mainly consist of fatphobic ableism. This movie would be played on repeat in my personal hell.

Reviewed by JoeyBombstyle 3 / 10

A lot of hard work for a lot of nothing

The fact that so much time and effort was put into putting together this guerrilla film does show in it visual return and the for the novelty factor it's totally worth dredging through once and it should stand as a resume for anybody on the production staff (and a couple of the actors) as a wonderful accomplishment, but for the writer, director and majority of the the cast all I can say is YICK! I'm sorry to say I think a lot of hipper then though people are trumpeting the wonderfulness of this movie more on it's "Sticking it to the Mouse" in it's having been made then on it's actual merit. I would have loved to see a movie that subversively used the "Disney World" as a back drop for darkness but this halfhearted Shining rip off and/or remake is by far not it. If not for some of the wonderful production sense you are watching a student film that may have received a C+. If I were Disney I would not bother suing either I would let this movie make the rounds and even help promote it because they can't do anything to the movie that it does not already do to itself.

Reviewed by Ryan_MYeah 1 / 10

What the hell?

You ever wonder what it would be like if Terrence Malick vacationed in Walt Disney World, drank moonshine and had an acid flashback while on It's A Small World, and then immediately afterwards stared at Spaceship Earth while a bunch of kids ran by? That's pretty much this film.

I like the idea of the film fine, and it's cool to see all the little areas in Walt Disney World that I know so well (I may have been in this film and not even known it), but the film gets lost in its own thematic context. Is it's message that our instabilities will follow us even in so-called safe havens? Is it a pandemic allegory? Is it a sexuality parable? Not that it can't be all of those, but I don't think even the movie knows what it's talking about.

Beyond that, the film is positively horrendous, with laughable attempts at psychological terror and ambiguity, unbearable dialogue and acting, groan inducing imagery (Don't make me mention the Siemens "semen"), amateurish photography and editing (which I do still understand given the film's shooting circumstances), appalling special effects, ear grating music choices, and structuring so incompetent, it can't even keep its own locations straight. If the movie is taking place in Disney World, WHY ARE YOU ALSO JUMPING TO DISNEYLAND FOOTAGE?! I could spend hours picking apart the geographical errors alone, but that's secondary at this point. Escape From Tomorrow is a classic example that it doesn't matter how original your story is if the actual execution (which should matter above all else) is awful.

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