I saw two movies this past weekend. One was about a terrifying futuristic dystopia filled with endless betrayal and a complete lack of hope. The other one was Mad Max: Fury Road.

There's plenty to dissect in Disney's new film Tomorrowland -- from the misguided romanticisation of the 1960s as a techno-utopian's paradise, to the confused ideology of lamenting NASA's demise while simultaneously claiming that politics is always a barrier to innovation. But the biggest problem with Tomorrowland is that it simply doesn't take its own advice.