MickeyMania: I think we can agree. The harsh realities of history, business and geopolitics may be at odds with the appealing ideals that Tomorrowland represents (and Walt believed in) - - yet that concept has ample value today, both as an ideal and as entertainment.
And perhaps because it is so far removed from the facts of our lives that it is a more desirable fantasy than ever...
The recent 20 week box-office drought is more than enough proof that the public has been worn weary by negative images in their fantasies.
And the sales of Disneyland's "retro" merchandise would show that those art styles (including Mary modernism) have lost none of the appeal either, but have come back in force as a representation of what Disneyland is.