Went to watch this Walt Disney's movie - Tomorrowland.
Well, to be honest I don't really feel like watch it at first but GT keep insisting she wants to watch it so... yeah... me and miao watch that together with her.
For me, I'm more longing to see how the so-called tomorrowland will looks like in the movie and for miao, it's only about George Clooney. LOL.
Aanyway, the movie is... just so-so.
It's not super intense at all and with such concept and setting, there's just too much stuff that they didn't explain it well.
Sorry lah (or maybe I'm just stupid and didn't got it)...
To be honest, I still kinda blur about what they are trying to do or what is happening after the movie ends.
But i still feel like the movie is atleast doing its part as a typical Disney movie: Giving out the positive energy to the audience. :D
This is strongly felt by me especially after I went to the discussion session (perhaps "argument session") between the bunches of ambitious architects.
The idea of how those politicians and leaders in economy are controlling the world or even the issue of how human beings are being so ignorant in all the signs that had been given out by the earth are so true to describe the world we are in today.
I mean, it really reflects the way of us handling these issues that might leads us to destruction.
But like what President Nix in the movie is telling us, we are actually embracing the destruction even if we've already know it is happening. We don't really trying to do something to change it or fix it. We are just go along with it and give up too easily.
The percentage of peoples that actually give a shit about these are those who have the ability to change the world.
What I mean in "changing the world" might not be that literally as I understand to be realistic, it's not that simple as the world we are live in is just so corrupt with all the peoples who doesn't care.
And to make the scenario worst, there's too much peoples that are willing to surrender their talents to just get private returns - transfering the money from others to theirs.
This reminds me of an article I read before about the scenario in Harvard's graduates where most of the best students are not going to research cancer, teach and inspire the next generation, or embark on careers in public service. Instead, large numbers are becoming traders, brokers and bankers. And is this the best use for the talents?
Click here for the full article.
Our world just giving too little supports for those dreamers.
Most of us don't really agree with these fantastic ideas and even if we wish those ideas might be real one day... but it's just too hard for us to actually believe in that and eventually willing to give certain encouragement for one to actually realizing it.
Ask yourself: how many times you actually just think it's ridiculous when somebody coming out with a big new idea and we splash down a big bucket of cold water telling them it is entirely impossible to be done?
We are just so grim and grey about positive ideas and love to chase and cheer behind the bad one. Don't we?
Talented peoples (or whoever that cares) that have not give up about the idea of creating a better world should really gather together and create our version of "Tomorrowland".
So, I guess some Disney movie from time to time doesn't hurt.
We just need a lot more of positive hopes to be transmit out (even if it might not be the truth) and with that illusions, believe that anything is possible. :)