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Marc McKenzie

"The theme threading its way through all the movies is that we’re all in this together, we’re here to take care of each other and help each other, nobody gets through it alone, nobody is superior to anyone else, and nobody should be left behind."

You know what's funny? That was the message I got from TOMORROWLAND, which Brad Bird directed. And yet, the critics tore into that film because of that very message. Jim Wright of Stonekettle Station has the best review I've read about that film:

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