The Tomorrow War Review

The Tomorrow War Review

The tomorrow war starring Chris Pratt, Betty Gilpin, Yvonne Strahovski, J.K. Simmons Directed by Chris McKay is now airing on Amazon Prime.

“The Tomorrow War Review” is spoiler-free for you and we suggest you check out the trailer first. It has 33K Likes on YouTube. Power-packed action stunts, sci-fi sequences, and Chris Pratt traveling to the future.

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Synopsis

The title itself makes it pretty evident that this movie takes up on a war supposed to take place in the future. Dan Forester played by Chris Pratt is an Iran war veteran who is seated in front of a television when unexpected occurrences unfold. As he and his family are engrossed in a lovely football match, a wormhole starts materialistic and viola! A whole deluge of people erupts out of it. These people claim to belong to 2051, and demand reinforcement and protection from an alien invasion that is responsible for the birth of war in the year mentioned.

The title itself makes it pretty evident that this movie takes up on a war supposed to take place in the future. Dan Forester played by Chris Pratt is an Iran war veteran who is seated in front of a television when unexpected occurrences unfold. As he and his family are engrossed in a lovely football match, a wormhole starts materialistic and viola! A whole deluge of people erupts out of it. These people claim to belong to 2051, and demand reinforcement and protection from an alien invasion that is responsible for the birth of war in the year mentioned.

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The Tomorrow War Review:

Chris Pratt is likable and amiable as Dan Forester. He does lukewarm justice to his role. He is a good guy thrown into the midst of this dystopian war. Chris Pratt, who earlier blessed our screens in Marvel and the Jurassic World has a befuddled expression throughout the film. This is an irony to the intelligent, smart role that he is actually playing. Dan leads the army in the war in the future and is impressive in the action sequences. J.K. Simmons who essays the role of an underground techie is brilliant in his portrayal but doesn’t leave an indelible mark with his performance. Yvonne Strahovski, who plays the role of colonel to Pratt is exceptional.

Her crisp dialogue delivery and understated persona outshine that of Pratt. Pratt’s wife Emmy played by Betty Gilpin and daughter Muri played by Ryan Kiera Armstrong are thoughtful additions to the great cast.

This sci-fi thriller is entertaining in bits and parts. It has reminiscences of one of the best sci-fi of our times, Fast and Furious. This movie is rarely boring and packs ample action to amuse its audience. The film attempts a solid stand against alien invaders. Dan’s army wages the war against the alien invaders who are called the White Spikes in the movie who possess beak-like mouths with fangs and look rather deadly.

The entire section featuring the alien invasion is a CGI fest that does turn stupid at certain points. The Tomorrow War is entertaining, without a doubt, however; it does lack some linearity and finesse. It has its own share of absurdity and what’s going on thing to it. It might promise you a good time with your bucket of popcorn but is actually silly in bits and parts. It has thrilling actions and great performances and delivers the important message that we need to leave behind healthy planet earth for our children.

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Concluding Thoughts:

The Tomorrow War has good comic timing but might lag in certain places. The movie has all elements of a blockbuster. It is the charisma of the actors that will keep you glued to the screen, just in case the movie drives you downhill. The Tomorrow War is sci-fi with an emotional twist to it. At its crux, it is a familiar tale of a father oscillating between two worlds. The movie displays what happens when humans are waging against an extraterrestrial threat, wrapped up in action sequences that we have earlier seen in sci-fi films.

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"The Tomorrow War Review" is spoiler-free for you and we suggest you check the trailer first. It has 33K Likes on YouTube. Chris Pratt new movie on Amazon Prime

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