Escape from Tomorrow


Action / Drama / Fantasy / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 56%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 26%
IMDb Rating 5.2 10 8130


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Annet Mahendru as Isabelle
Jakob Salvati as Other Woman's Son
Eli Jane as Princess #2
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698.53 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by leaugebrett 1 / 10

My First "1" on IMDB

I was intrigued by the premise of Escape from Tommorow after stumbling across a trailer a few weeks ago, with the notion of horror/paronia flooding a family during a day at Disney World sounding unique.

After finishing this painfully boring and uncreative slog of a film, I realized the whole black-and-white and "guerilla-style" film making, being a huge selling point of the film, was entirely a gimmick. I'm expecting most of this film's slim budget went towards getting Disney Park passes for the cast and crew, because the acting is atrocious (especially with the children and wife) the special effects are entry level After Effects, and the writing is piss poor. The various "twists" throughout the film are idiotic, the character motivations non exsistent (the father character literally stumbling through most of the plot trying to chase a pair of teenage girls in some unexplained perversion), and the Disney setting is painfully underutilizied (I'm sure this was partly because of legal issues).

Escape From Tommorow is one of the worst films I've ever seen. It's not even a worthwhile watch if you're looking for a B-Movie horror film. Not recommended under any circumstances.

Reviewed by Mr. Vultfre 6 / 10

Enjoyable, but ultimately disappointing

Not the film I expected. From trailers I expected an unrelenting trip into the surreal, for the film to slowly go down its own blackhole of insanity. But alas, for the most part it stuck too closely to the narrative of an unhappy husband creepily following and seeking attention from two teenage girls.

The surreal moments don't quite add up to anything imaginative, rather a disappointing climax with an attempt at a final twist, but that doesn't really land with any weight or exactitude.

The filming does feel intriguing, genuine, and interesting most of the time. The acting is pretty solid, though I felt the husband was less interesting than the rest of the cast. About mid-way I was getting bored, as it was still clinging to its narrative without going anywhere with it, so I took a break, only to come back and within five minutes the film gave me its own Intermission.

While not highly recommended, I would still recommend a viewing, as the filming and ideas in themselves do hold some interest, as well as some of the imagery filmed.

Reviewed by zakclyde 6 / 10

Great idea, shaky execution

Shooting guerilla style at Disney World to build a twisted tale is a terrific idea. There's so many directions you could go, ala the Itchy and Scratchy Land episode of The Simpsons. Unfortunately, I left this one feeling a little disappointed. Clearly a lot of effort went into this thing and it's amazing Disney didn't sue, but that alone does not a great film make.

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