The Tomorrow War Review - What You Must Know - Starring Chris Pratt,

 The Tomorrow War Review - What You Must Know

The Tomorrow War Review

Director: Chris McKay
Genre(s): Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Thriller, War
Rating: PG-13
Runtime: 140 min

The closure of the new Chris Pratt film The Tomorrow War has prompted grievances from viewers.

“The last act is a straight-up copy of Alien,” one viewer complained.

The Tomorrow War Review

At minute 100 or so, The Tomorrow War is, basically, over. The protagonist has suffered a sacrifice, learned a valuable lesson about himself, and procured what is needed to save the world.

The Tomorrow War's idea—years and years later, the final people send officers back through an ideal opportunity to select draftees to ward off an outsider intrusion that has put humankind near the very edge of annihilation—is high.

The humor hit-to-miss rate is alarmingly low.

Pratt's person, Dan Forester, is an Iraq War vet and secondary school science instructor battling (and neglecting) to get a superior line of work for himself in the film's presentation of 2022.

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The Tomorrow War is one of those movies which has a pretty obvious, satisfying ending like 95 minutes in... and then just *continues* for another 40 uninteresting minutes,” one viewer added.

Someone else commented: “The ending is simply one of the most ridiculous things you will ever see.”

"The Tomorrow War" is now available on Amazon Prime Video.

"The Tomorrow War" is available to stream in up to 4K resolution with HDR on supported TVs and media players.

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