In relation to other films of the same genre, Moore puts effort in pointing at cultural freedom. The director does not seek permission to shoot the film in Disney World but the movie manages to come out to the public to attract attention because of its relevance. Films by other directors that are in the same genre do not exploit freedom and override some concepts that are necessary in the family theme (Amy, 2012, pg. 106). Moore categorically presents his main character Jim with all the characteristics that contemporary fathers and husbands go through. The author goes ahead to indicate to the audience that the delusions of Jim lead to his death. Movies and films in the same genre as Escape from Tomorrow have a happy conclusion unlike Moore’s story where Jim dies in his delusions.
Another similar film similar to Escape from Tomorrow is Mary Poppins that has the context of the family and a theme that points out problems within the family set-up (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25xPAyNLQv4). Comparing the two movies, Moore concentrates more on the resultant effects that outside influences have on the family institution. Mary Poppins has a micro aspect that concentrates on happenings within the family set up, how problems arise and consequences of continuous disagreements within the family. Making comparisons of movies of the same genre opens up severalthemes that might have been overlooked by the producers themselves (Laurie, 2013, pg. 120). From the two films, the common aspect is problems that exist in families caused by both internal and external factors.