I had a perfect solution if they were to finally build Toontown at DHS.
An original ride based on J. Thaddeus Toad becoming Toontown's Fire Chief.
Inspired of course by his blink-and-you-miss-it cameo in Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Added bonus: Bottom right corner showing Snow White... helping...
Also if they would add more animatronic creatures. The Avatar movie had all sorts of creative things like the six legged horses or the hammerhead rhinoceros.
And yet all we get in NRJ is....one singing shaman, a handful of spinny dubstep-lizards, and projections of alien weasels.
I don't expect...
Navi River Journey is a waste of time and effort. It's easily the second-worst boat ride at Walt Disney World.
The worst boat ride at Disney is of course, riding the ferry back to the TTC and parking lot on the last day of your vacation.
Unlike Splash vs. ToT where I simply couldn't vote for one or the other, I have no qualms about voting for Horizons.
While some would chalk it up to nostalgia (and I readily admit that nostalgia may play some role in my decision), for me Horizons is superior for these key reasons:
1. It fit...
Well... you know...
Again: closing Great Movie Ride was a mistake. They should have axed Launch Bay and built MMRR at the ANIMATION COURTYARD, for very obvious reasons.
Maybe have the queue go through a mock up of the old animation studio and then you're invited to witness a world premiere...
After reading through the last few pages, I'm not sure how exactly this all got hijacked into discussions of "tolerance" and mentions of the Bible.
But my final word is this: there is a time and a place for everything, including tattoos.
It's fine to show off ink if you're working as a...
“Things change” is a sorry excuse for a blatant drop in quality.
That’s the same mindset that refused to renew Off Kilter’s contract and give us the tragically/hilariously awful Canadian Lumberjack Show.
and we all know how that went...
Seems to me that the TOT television issue would be fixed with a polarized plastic filter over the digital screen. You know, the same stuff they make cheap Foster Grant sunglasses out of.
Total cost...maybe $50 per screen.
Scott Herriott always came off like a longsuffering dad who couldn’t really enjoy Disney without first making a run to the Mexico Pavilion, if you get my drift.
I’m fairly certain that he was slightly intoxicated whenever he was filming.