Jim (Roy Abramsohn), while on vacation at Disney World, gets a phone call from his boss and finds out he's been fired from his job. He's out on the hotel balcony when he takes the call and his young son locks him out. Least to say it's the start of a very bad day. He doesn't tell his wife because he wants to have a good last day of vacation before he has to confront reality.
On one of the rides he tries making out with his wife but she doesn't want to. He calls her "Debbie Downer". He starts freaking out on the "It's a Small World After All" ride. The figures start looking demonic and he thinks his wife says that she hates him and then tells him that his son is not really is son. He's not sure if it really happened and is sort of in a daze. Afterwards he waits in and endless line for a ride with his son, only to have the ride close just as they are to get on. Then, he takes the boy to Space Mountain. His wife, with their daughter, is furious when he's late meeting them--and has a fit when the boy throws up from the roller coaster. She takes the son back with her to the hotel, leaving Jim with his daughter. They go to Tom Sawyer Island where she gets hurt. And he meets a strange woman, who turns out to be a prostitute. He has sex with her. When he goes back to his hotel room his wife and son are not there. Jim gets increasingly paranoid. His high strung wife freaks out, accusing him of following two French girls around all day, which he sort of has. She wants to end the vacation--something he doesn't want to do. Then, things get even weirder when he wakes up in a strange room under the "Spaceship Earth" ride in Epcot.
ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW is one of the weirdest, surreal movies I've seen in a long time. It's amazing it was made at all, being shot at Disney, as the tone is contrary to the amusement park setting. Be warned, though, that this is anything but a feel good movie. Recommended.