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The Tomorrow War

 

 

SCORE: 62

 

The Tomorrow War 

 

I am very thankful our family has enough money for Amazon Prime. I saw commercials for The Tomorrow War and realized its release lined up with one of my movie night picks. It takes one hour and eighteen minutes to watch The Tomorrow War from start to finish. This science fiction movie stars Chris Pratt. He does an amazing job in this role by the way.

The issues families will have with The Tomorrow War are violence, bad language, global warming, and some suggestive comments. The premise of The Tomorrow War involves the future needing people from the present to come to the future and help fight off an alien invasion. Humanity is getting closer to being extinct thanks to these aliens. The aliens get blown up in a plethora of ways in The Tomorrow War.

The Tomorrow War shows what happens with a draft and forcing people who are not trained into military service. Time travel a big portion of The Tomorrow War. This movie promotes the disproven Global Warming myth. SPOILER ALERT! The aliens were cargo that crash landed in a giant ice field in Russia. The ice melted decades from now and they were unleashed on our world by accident.

There are some strange things in The Tomorrow War like when the father meets his grown up daughter. The only people who can travel forward in time are the ones that are already dead in the future. I am a bit surprised the humans in The Tomorrow War did not make better weapons against these aliens. Traps to get the neck or belly would make perfect sense to me.

The Tomorrow War shows a dismal future thanks to an alien attack. The Tomorrow War teaches that everyone in the world needs to work together. The Tomorrow War blames countries for closing their borders and not letting in others that could help. Ultimately nations fall apart as the aliens eat all the humans they can find. The aliens in The Tomorrow War are supposedly intelligent but destroying the entire food source does not seem very smart.

SPOILER ALERT! A queen of the aliens is captured and studied in The Tomorrow War. They come up with a toxin that destroys the aliens. The future is gone so the plan is to use it in the past. Ultimately Chris Pratt's character learns to accept and embrace his life. Thankfully he is one of the thirty percent that survives his tour of seven days in the future.
- Paul

 

Graphics: 50%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Amazon Prime
Publisher: Paramount
Developer: Skydance
Rating: ‘PG-13’ - Parents Strongly Cautioned {for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action, language and some suggestive references}


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