I won't give away any of the story.
But I did enjoy it. It's definatly much better than the stuff Disney has been producing on its own as of late. The story was very detailed and unpredictable in my opinion. Once I thought I knew how it would end, BOOM, Disney pulled out another turn in the story that was unpredicted.
I loved how they paid homage to Vintage Disney. They played the classic short "Ship Builders" right before the movie and all the kids there, including myself, were laughing at the Mishaps of Donald and Goofy. Plus that is one of my favorite classic Disney shorts. It just goes to show, that kids these days do enjoy watching the Disney cartoons we grew up on. Plus I felt that Disney is starting to acknowledge us, the people who grew up with these classic cartoons. It was nice to see them back on the theatre screen.
Then there is the new Walt Disney Pictures Steam Boat Willie animated icon. I loved watching that too.
I also enjoyed how they paid homage to Walt Disney, himself, as the film ended. I like seeing Disney acknowledge him. It gave me Goosebumps.
I also enjoyed seeing Tomorrowland as "Todayland." I hope if Disney redoes Tomorrowland, they redo it according to how it looked in "Robinsons." It looked very retro and futuristic.
I also enjoyed seeing Lewis ride through the beginning of the Star Tours ride in the Time Traveling Machine towards the end of the movie. I also saw the castle on the wallpaper of the Ice Cream shop that the Bowler Hat Guy met his hat in.
It's definatly a really good movie and I think it put Disney films back on the right path.
"Bake those cookies, Lucielle!!!"
If you haven't seen this film, I think you should .