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A review by garethmb

Written by garethmb on July 1, 2021

Amazon Prime’s purchase of The Tomorrow War from Paramount was a bold move as the FX-laden film starring Chris Pratt reportedly cost around $200 million to purchase and follows prior purchases of Paramount films by the streamer.

Pratt stars as an ex-soldier named Dan Forester who has just been turned down for a research job he has been seeking and must remain teaching science to less than enthusiastic students.

While watching a Soccer match with his wife, daughter, and friends, the world is stunned when a group of armed individuals appear in a flash of light and tell the televised audienc... read the rest.

Written by MSB on July 6, 2021

FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://www.msbreviews.com/movie-reviews/the-tomorrow-war-spoiler-free-review

"The Tomorrow War is one of the biggest surprises of the year, boasting an impressively creative creature design, entertaining action sequences, and a contender for the most beautiful shot of 2021. Chris McKay demonstrates all of his undeniable talent behind the camera, delivering brilliantly directed action scenes featuring excellent camera work, a chill-inducing score, and exceptional VFX - the Whitespikes look stunningly scary. Zach Dean doesn't avoid the formulas and cliches of the ge... read the rest.

Written by Kamurai on July 11, 2021

Great watch, will likely watch again, and do recommend.

It's usually a good sign when the worst part of a time travel movie is the time travel.

I could probably make an hour long video on the time travel in this movie, especially compared to "Looper", but I'll forego that enough to say that it's well leveraged for the purposes of the movie.

The "White Spikes" are amazingly well put together, though I think projectile spikes are an odd biological evolution.

The story is far from perfect, but the cast, the acting, the situation, and especially the action are all executed wonderfully w... read the rest.

A review by polkabike

Written by polkabike on January 28, 2022

This thing doesn't just have regular plot holes or logical inconsistencies, it has scene hole, moment to moment holes, blink and you'll miss it holes. It is in fact entirely made of holes! My teenage cousin got frustrated while watching it and he likes robot dinosaurs!

This might, by some stretch of imagination, be okay if it weren't clear - from so many self-important pop-up references to personal enterprise and industry, attempts at did-you-get-it political issues critique and just awkward piggybacking on all the current popular social issues from the pandemic, war on insert-noun, veterans... read the rest.

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