Brad Bird is a filmmaker who has earned my respect by crafting such original content in the world of animated films such as “The Iron Giant,” “The Incredibles,” and “Ratatouille.” He stepped into live action features with enormously impressive franchise installment “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.” I can’t think of too many filmmakers who have hit it out of the park with their first four feature films like Bird had done. This is why I had such high expectations for his latest film “Tomorrowland.” There’s no way a film directed by Bird that looked this magical could possibly be bad, right? But it was indeed good. Unfortunately, that’s the only adjective I can describe it as: good. Quite a bland and unimpressive word choice, right? Well, it is a little bland and not overly original, but it’s not a bad film. It’s just good.