The Tomorrow War Review. Internet is impressed with the action in Chris Pratt film

The Tomorrow War stars Chris Pratt in the lead role. The film is about a war with the aliens in 2051.

UPDATED: July 2, 2021 12:55 IST

Chris Pratt-starrer The Tomorrow War is finally streaming on Amazon Prime Video. The film is receiving mixed reviews from the audience. While some people found it lengthy and decent, others are impressed with the action in the film. Directed by Chris McKay, the film also stars Yvonne Strahovski, JK Simmons, Betty Gilpin, Sam Richardson and Edwin Hodge in pivotal roles.

As the name of the film suggests, The Tomorrow War is about a war that happens in 2051. Dan Forester (played by Chris Pratt), an Iraq War veteran and biology teacher, along with his team, travels to the future to save humanity from extinction due to an alien invasion.


Fans of action films were quite excited for The Tomorrow War, starring Chris Pratt, who recently danced to the Hindi song Tan Tana Tan with Varun Dhawan. The film has not disappointed them as far as action is concerned. However, its length and the predictable storyline has irked some. One Twitter user wrote, “#TheTomorrowWar is a decent summer sci-fi flick. It drags a little at first, but it eventually captures my heart with a nostalgic storyline about family and how it shapes us as humans. It’s a one-time watch, but it’s well worth it. Review as soon as possible! (sic).”

Another one wrote, “#TheTomorrowWar is one of the first surprise hits of the summer! With superb action & striking creature design, it embraces well-trodden sci-fi blockbuster elements by remixing them through a cleverly subversive structure that imbues bombastic spectacle with character! [ 75 // B ] (sic).”

Calling The Tomorrow War the best film of 2021, another user wrote, “#TheTomorrowWar is one of the best movies I’ve seen in 2021 and is probably my favourite movie of the year so far. I urge everyone to go check this out ASAP (sic).”

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The Tomorrow War is streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

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