This blockbuster may not be as big as the fan favorite “Avengers”, but it does deliver possibly the most important message we need to hear all year. Why don’t we have jetpacks available to everyone who’s willing to fly them? Or trains that soar freely in the skies above us? I talked to someone, at the advanced screening of Tomorrowland, who witnessed the moon landing and he felt as if there was no stopping us from there. But the world didn’t give us the Tomorrowland they had promised. What happened? What SHOULD happen? No worries, your favorite 17-year-old has all of the right answers. Hopefully, my mother thinks so too
“Young people don’t start out their lives cynical, or angry, or bigoted. They have to be taught all of those things. And I watch the world now and think I see really good signs from young people out there. I feel as if the world will get better and I’ve always been an optimist”. ~ George Clooney
Many people feel as if we have given up. The Earth is getting hotter, and it’s advancing in ways that we may not be equipped to handle. Many brilliant minds have come up with surprising and useful ideas when it comes to the cessation of things that may harm us and the environment. But nobody wants to put these ideas into effect because we are very aware that it’ll only benefit our future and not us. This is the message that Disney is trying to send to all of the viewers who see Tomorrowland; a message that is important for not only us, but for our youth.
Every single boy and girl should know that they are capable of doing anything they put their minds to, and Tomorrowland’s focus heavily revolves around that premise. Tomorrowland is a world full of great ideas that came into effect. Ideas that weren’t shut down by others because they wouldn’t benefit the present. I was reminded, that I can be anything that I want to be, and I learned refuse to take ‘No’ for an answer. The movie itself was very refreshing. I was brought into Tomorrowland, and it felt great! I would love to go back, and hopefully we’ll be there in our distant future.
So, how do we build our very own Tomorrowland? It may not be easy, but I assure you all it’ll feel very rewarding once you know you’ve contributed to the movement of saving our big blue Earth.
First – We need to inspire the youth to be able to do whatever they think will benefit our planet without having critics tell them they’re crazy and wrong.
Secondly– we need to follow these radiant ideas and contribute to the cause by make our dreams and thoughts a reality.
Lastly – We need to celebrate and pat ourselves on the back for saving our youth’s future and the world’s.
Disney couldn’t have emphasized this message any better, now let’s make it a reality.
So what would you do to make this world a better place?
Until Next Time ~ JJ King
“Tomorrowland” opens in the U.S. on May 22, 2015
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