Parents need to know that Tomorrowland is a live-action Disney adventure starring George Clooney about innovators from the past and present who unite to save the world. Although it's tween friendly, the movie does contain some startlingly violent action sequences: Robotic villains shoot and kill people in several scenes, instantly disintegrating them -- sometimes disturbingly casually (the body count undermines the movie's otherwise all-ages appeal). Main characters are in near-constant peril; they're shot at, they fall from heights, they get in furious hand-to-hand fights, and more. One significant character appears to die, and another actually does, in a sad scene. Language includes insults like "idiot" and "stupid," plus "damn," "hell," and some cut-off phrases like "son of a!" While there's no substance use or racy content, there is a whole lot of consumerism, primarily due to the nonstop Disney references (the movie's title and themes were inspired by an area of Disneyland) and the prominent presence of brands like Coke, Pepsi, iPhone, and more. Still, families will appreciate the clearly positive messages about using innovation, invention, and engineering to make the future a brighter, better place.