Escape from Tomorrow


Action / Drama / Fantasy / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 56%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 26%
IMDb Rating 5.2 10 7916


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April 30, 2014 at 09:32 PM



Annet Mahendru as Isabelle
Jakob Salvati as Other Woman's Son
Eli Jane as Princess #2
720p 1080p
698.53 MB
Not Rated
23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
P/S 2 / 3
1.23 GB
Not Rated
23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
P/S 1 / 12

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by zetes 8 / 10

Imperfect and not for everyone, but I quite liked it

The infamous film that was shot almost entirely at Disneyworld. The thought was, when it opened at Sundance in January, that Disney would sue it out of existence, that maybe you'd only ever be able to see it if it popped up online at some point. In the end, though, Disney just decided to ignore it (some have pointed out that the company's infamous litigiousness is more a thing of the past). So the next question has to be, does this actually work as a film, or is it just a curio? In my opinion, it very much is a curio, but not just because of the circumstances of its production. It is, in fact, an extremely weird film. It's far from perfect, but, really, it's so weirdly entertaining that I don't really care. The one thing I really love about it is the black and white cinematography - it's really gorgeous and eerie. The film has a hypnotic quality. It's well worth checking out.

Reviewed by Scottvinci72 8 / 10

Watch Escape!

Here's the thing. Yes this movie is getting a lot of press from filming in Disneyland without "their" consent, but it's still a good movie. It's an interesting journey of one mans perversions. Are they real? Are they in his head? The filmmaker explores these issues in a way that keeps your attention. My thoughts are- it could have been filmed in your local park. Where or how it was filmed, isn't the point. The story, direction, and actors is what makes it worth your while! The fact that a small independent film is getting a major theatrical release is important in the current state of the film business. This film gives hope to the up and coming filmmakers who have a good story, vision, and collaboration with production members, that you can still do it on your own.

Reviewed by ValleyOfScarletFever 10 / 10

Absolutely Incredible

My high review of this will likely make it stand out (and possibly not in the best way), but hear me out- this movie is the punk rock of cinema right now. It simply doesn't care. It's dark, twisted, hilarious, unnerving, and very Terry Gilliam. This isn't a movie to be looked in very deeply (as admittedly the symbolism is a bit confused and the plot takes a very strange turn), but it's fascinating, strange, and incredibly entertaining. It's certainly not a movie one will forget about quickly. It breaks the basic rules of film and never comes off as pretentious- it pokes fun at itself, and not in an annoying way. It's strange and fantastic. Recommended in general, but highly recommended to film buffs and fans of the bizarre. Definitely worth a watch.

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