Welcome back to another installment of Post Credits, ScreenCrush’s movie review show. On this week’s episode, ScreenCrush Editor-in-Chief Mike Sampson and Managing Editor and Film Critic Matt Singer get a fast pass to a world beyond, as they debate Brad Bird’s much-anticipated sci-fi thriller Tomorrowland, starring George Clooney and Britt Robertson.

Topics discussed on this Post Credits include the melding of sensibilities between director Bird and co-writer (and Lost co-creator) Damon Lindelof, whether or not the film’s message about how dark, dystopian pop culture is ruining the planet ruins the movie, and the degree to which Tomorrowland feels like a commercial for Tomorrowland at Disneyland (or maybe for Disney as whole). Plus: Find out whether Matt gets to the end of the incredibly dense plot synopsis before Mike falls asleep! You have to tune in to find out.

So what are you waiting for? Watch this Tomorrowland review before the greatest scientific minds of the 20th century create a technological wonderland in an alternate dimension and then forget to invite the rest of us to join the party. Afterwards, check out the rest of our Post Credits episodes below, read our full print review of Tomorrowland, and browse our list of theme park rides based on movies (don’t expect a Tomorrowland one anytime soon). Next time on Post Credits, assuming the world isn’t destroyed before we get there: Matt and Mike rank their favorite movies of 2015 so far. (SPOILER ALERT: Tomorrowland did not make the cut.)

Previously on Post Credits: