An article in Time Magazine discusses futurist Kurzweil and the predicted "singularity" (when computing power is so advanced in 2045, you can essentially download consciousness and humans will live forever).
At one point, the article takes a dig at Tomorrowland:
Singularity: Kurzweil on 2045, When Humans, Machines Merge - TIMEA hundred years from now, Kurzweil and de Grey and the others could be the 22nd century's answer to the Founding Fathers except unlike the Founding Fathers, they'll still be alive to get credit or their ideas could look as hilariously retro and dated as Disney's Tomorrowland. Nothing gets old as fast as the future.
At first I was indignant, but then I realized you can't really argue with that, especially in the context of the article.