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Trailers and Videos. DID YOU KNOW? Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. In a world of fake castles and anthropomorphic rodents, an epic battle begins when an unemployed father's sanity is challenged by a chance encounter with two underage girls on holiday.
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Show HTML View more styles. User Polls What is the Greatest Escape? Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Roy Abramsohn Jim Elena Schuber Emily Katelynn Rodriguez Sara Jack Dalton Elliot Danielle Safady Sophie Annet Mahendru Isabelle Lee Armstrong Man on Scooter Kimberly Ables Jindra Man on Scooter's Wife as Kimberly Jindra Trey Loney Jim and Sara meet a mysterious woman with a glimmering amulet necklace which hypnotises Jim.
He blacks out and regains consciousness mid-coitus with the woman in her room. Afterwards, she claims that the parks' wholesome, costumed princesses are actually part of a secret prostitution ring that services rich Asian businessmen.
Increasingly unnerved, Jim and Sara join his wife and son at the pool, where Jim sees the French girls. He swims closer to converse with them, but Emily sees and berates him.
His family returns to Epcot , where the tension between Jim and Emily comes to a head after a drunk Jim vomits while on the Gran Fiesta Tour.
Spotting the French girls, Emily argues with Jim about his obvious interest in them and slaps Sara. Embarrassed, she returns to the hotel with Elliot, leaving Jim and Sara to ride on the Soarin' attraction at Epcot, where Jim imagines a beautiful topless woman superimposed over the ride's video footage of landscapes, who promises they will be together soon.
After the ride, Sophie approaches and invites Jim to come with them. When Jim refuses, Sophie spits on his face and she walks off, Jim notices that Sara disappeared and searches frantically for her, but the park guards use a taser to knock him unconscious.
Jim awakes in a secret detention facility under Epcot's Spaceship Earth, where he sees video screens displaying pictures of the woman he imagined on the Soarin' ride and other images of events that happened earlier.
A scientist enters and activates a Spaceship Earth resembling helmet, which covers Jim's head and scans him while images of what the scientist refers to as "the real Jim" appear on the screens, being himself dressed differently and apparently part of another family.
The scientist discusses Jim's flights of fantasy and imagination and reveals that he is part of the experiment by the Siemens Corporation ever since he first went to the theme park as a child with his father.
His boss is in on the conspiracy and his firing was all part of the plan, and so was the closure of the Buzz Lightyear ride just as he and Elliot approached the boarding area, much to Elliot's distress.
The scientist also tells Jim that he had turned in Elliot to them, like Jim's father had done to him as a child.
After damaging the instrument panel with a medical ointment and decapitating the scientist, who turns out to be an android , Jim escapes from the laboratory through the sewer.
While searching for Sara through a crowd of park-goers watching the firework display, Jim trips next to the wheelchair-bound man from earlier, suspects and attacks him.
After realising that he is causing a scene and doubts the man's involvement, he returns to the room of the woman, where he discovers she has captured Sara, now wearing a Snow White costume.
The woman rambles about her time as a character princess and tells him how bad things happen everywhere, including the decapitation at the park.
She again hypnotizes Jim with the necklace, but Sara pulls it off and smashes it, freeing Jim from her spell. He returns to his hotel room and puts his family to bed.
Jim suffers with digestive distress, vomits up a large amount of blood and hairballs , which he recognizes as symptoms of the cat flu.
He begins to panic and bleed uncontrollably in the bathroom. Elliot enters and Jim begs him for help, but he closes the door on him.
The next morning, Emily finds Jim's corpse, which now has cat eyes and a grinning face. Disney cleaning staff arrive to remove proof of death and fill Elliot's head with false memories of riding the Buzz Lightyear attraction.
They take Jim's body to the unmarked white van from the opening. Meanwhile, the valet from the video screens greets the "real Jim", accompanied by the fantasy woman and a young girl, before they check into the hotel as the valet watches the van drive away.
Moore, a native of Lake Bluff, Illinois ,  frequently visited his father in Orlando following his parents' divorce.
The two often spent time together at Walt Disney World nearby. He added: "Obviously, I have a lot of father issues that I can't separate from that place.
He decided to pursue a career in film. After attending two other film schools, he graduated from Full Sail University in another Central Florida town, Winter Park , as the class valedictorian.
He moved to Southern California and began working as a story editor , primarily doing uncredited rewrites. In Hollywood, he married and started a family.
Much like his own father, he frequently took his own children to Disneyland. We were going on the same rides I used to go on with him, but now we're no longer talking anymore.
His wife, a native of the former Soviet Union who had no memories or expectations like his, saw things with fresh eyes. Moore said "She's a nurse and goes between floors at hospitals.
At one point she turned to me at some princess fair or something and said, 'This is worse than working the psych [ward] at the hospital.
He read Neal Gabler 's biography of Walt Disney and took the children to Disneyland more frequently. Disney, which has a reputation for aggressively protecting its intellectual property , has been tolerant of visitors uploading videos of their visits to YouTube and elsewhere since most of those user-created videos project a positive image of the parks.
But Moore did not expect to get permission from Disney to shoot there given his negative, surrealistic portrayal of the park. Instead he used guerrilla filmmaking techniques, which sometimes call for using locations without getting permission.
Escape from Tomorrow is not the first film made in whole, or part, this way at the Disney parks. In , the British street artist Banksy shot a scene for Exit Through the Gift Shop in one of the parks with his collaborator Mr.
They managed to smuggle the footage out after being detained and questioned by park security. The following year, a viral found footage short, Missing in the Mansion ,  filmed in the Haunted Mansion , was distributed online without interference from Disney.
Extensive pre-production was necessary. The unique nature of the film shoot dictated steps not normally taken in filmmaking, such as charting the position of the sun weeks in advance since they could not use lighting equipment.
Scenes were rehearsed and blocked in hotel rooms, rather than the actual locations. Before principal photography , the cast and crew bought season passes to both the Disneyland and Walt Disney World resorts.
They spent ten days in Florida, then returned to California for two weeks at Disneyland, making the parks depicted in the film a combination of both resorts.
The film was shot using the video mode of two Canon EOS 5D Mark II and one Canon EOS 1D Mark IV digital single-lens reflex cameras, which helped the filmmakers look more like typical park visitors.
Black and white helped us enormously with focus and composition, since we were doing almost everything in camera and didn't use a focus puller ," Moore recalled.
It was an irreversible choice. Actors and crew used their iPhones to communicate and store information such as the script—that way, they looked like guests casually using their phones.
Scenes involved riding on eight recognizable attractions in the parks. One required waiting in a long line for the Buzz Lightyear ride at Disneyland, and the actors rode It's a Small World at least 12 times to get the scene right.
For a scene where two characters pass on the People Mover, Moore had the actors ride it for hours while he worked out the timing. After the location filming, production went back to soundstages for interiors.
Some scenes were shot against a green screen background for second unit footage of other locations to be substituted, allowing the use of crane shots.
The post-production tasks were as challenging as the production itself. Sound editors had to listen to the entire uncut tracks from the recorders taped to the actors' bodies in order to find the dialogue.
Content proprietary to Disney, such as the lyrics to " It's a Small World " and footage from Soarin' , was removed from the film to avoid copyright infringement.
Moore submitted the completed film to the Sundance Film Festival , where many independent films seek distributors.
He had little hope that it would be accepted due to the festival's corporate sponsors. Fandango AMCTheatres. More Info. Submit By opting to have your ticket verified for this movie, you are allowing us to check the email address associated with your Rotten Tomatoes account against an email address associated with a Fandango ticket purchase for the same movie.
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Randy Moore. Soojin Chung. Aug 10, Mankurt Media. Roy Abramsohn Jim. Elena Schuber Emily. Katelynn Rodriguez Sara. Jack Dalton Elliot. Danielle Safady Sophie.
Annet Mahendru Isabelle. Alison Lees-Taylor Other Woman. Lee Armstrong Man on Scooter. Amy Lucas Nurse.
Stass Klassen Scientist. Randy Moore Director. Randy Moore Screenwriter. Soojin Chung Producer. Lucas Lee Graham Cinematographer. Soojin Chung Film Editor.
Abel Korzeniowski Original Music. Gara Gambucci Costume Designer. Gioia Marchese Casting. Sean Kaysen Production Design.
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But the actual product is a fucking disaster. Escape from Tomorrow fails in basically every way it possibly could. Gimly M Super Reviewer. Jun 26, Man goes to Disneyworld and has a really depressing time.
No, I don't recommend watching it ever, not even if someone pays you. Marcus W Super Reviewer.
May 30, I've been dreading doing this review ever since I finished this movie yesterday. I have no real idea why honestly.
It's not like anybody reads these reviews, I do them because I enjoy writing them, but this seems like the type of movie where if you disliked it its fans will claim it's because you didn't understand it.
There's a lot of that in the internet, and with the anonymous nature of it, some people think they can get away with saying horrid things just because you have a dissenting opinion.
But that's another discussion for another day, and another website. What is there to say about this film? One thing I will say is that it's certainly not boring.
The problem comes in the fact that this is a concept and nothing else. I'd like to say that the first 50 minutes, or so, of the movie are deliberately paced, but I can't.
Nothing really happens outside of Jim constantly following some Parisian teenagers, like a pervert, and seeing surrealist visions as he's going on the rides at Disney World.
Things start to get even crazier near the end, but by this point it's just simply too late. People made such a big deal about the film, and how it was shot, at Disney World without their permission, that I think people actually forgot that they hadn't seen the final product yet.
I think it takes a LOT of balls to do what these people did, and how they actually pulled it off without any of the workers at Disney picking up on it.
I have tons of respect for the cast and crew for managing to pull this off. But the fact of the matter is this, that there's nothing in this movie that a first year film student couldn't have done, and probably done it better as well.
I can't imagine how long the script was, there's literally next to nothing going on in this film. It's all running in place until Jim is incapacitated by the security guards and taken to Epcot people, which is when the plot, if you can even call it that, starts to reveal the big picture.
I'm not trying to shit on the effort made into actually pulling the film off without no one noticing. I''m just saying that the effort to pull it off wasn't made into putting together a great film that would make all of this effort worth it.
I'm sure the film has a deeper social commentary about mass entertainment, as is mentioned in the description, and how Disney, as a corporation, will cover up horrible incidents in order to keep up Disney World's appearance as the happiest place on earth intact, that part I liked, but I just feel it's a hollow way to give the film some depth.
It doesn't work, in my opinion, because it makes the mistake of thinking its pretentiousness is substance. It's just not.It depends on how good a case lawyers can make for it. Yes No Report this. Edit Did You Know? At least the film got SOMETHING right. After damaging the instrument panel with a medical Auf Streife Folge Verpasst and decapitating the scientist, who turns out to be an androidJim escapes from the laboratory through the Cats Trailer. Customer Review: Escape From Tomorrow. See full review. Merchant Video. Onsite Associates Program. Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. out of 5. global ratings. 5 star 42% 4 star 15% 3 star 9% 2 star 12% 1 star /5(). Escape from Tomorrow Awards and Nominations. Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys STARmeter Awards San Diego Comic-Con New York Comic-Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film Festival Awards Central Festival Central All Events. Escape from Tomorrow est un film avec Roy Abramsohn, Elena Schuber. Découvrez toutes les informations sur le film Escape from Tomorrow, les vidéos et les dernières actualités.