Complaining that the guest got a video instead of "going for the emergency intercom" is absolutely silly.
If you were there, you'd also be pretty damn fixated on the opened door on the vehicle moving 30mph at heights of 30 feet.
What would you do if you were in a vehicle moving at 30mph at...
I can't believe people are getting onto the person's case for filming this. If they didn't, nobody would believe it and there would be no attention to the subject. It's pretty damn smart to preserve this to prove that Disney isn't so perfect.
1) Either something Frozen at DLR or the rumored Christmas Land replacing Lost Continent at IOA.
2) A Sing! show somewhere at Universal. Maybe the T2 replacement?
3) Club 33 at all four WDW parks.
4) That rumored second "360" hotel experience near EPCOT.
5) Secret Life of Pets dark ride...
I like the idea of that big gift shop in the middle of the Courtyard being bulldozed, with a small but nicely themed flat ride (themed to Gonzo the Great or Muppets Lab) in its place. DHS could use more flat rides, it'd be a very simple and cheap addition, and would make the Muppets area less...
I think Swings is up there with Dumbo and Teacups in terms of incredibly fun and well-themed (yet very basic) flat rides, IMO. The combination of music, views, going over the water, etc. makes it really fun.
Year 6: A Slytherin Presentation.
When Disneyland Paris opened, it's crowning jewel was without a doubt Discoveryland, a retro-future revolving around the works of some of Europe's greatest authors and inventors, from DaVinchi to H.G Wells.
Alas, the future has been tarnished. :(
The Slytherins proudly present...
The Transportation Pavilion:
Let's face it, EPCOT, even after the addition of Frozen Ever After, still desperately needs new experiences, especially in the lacking half-closed Future World area. A new pavilion is not only...
I'm guessing Future World is the next choice for Guardians, since I've seen murmurs of that before, Epcot will need something more than Frozen/Soarin (although, not GOTG...), and Energy and Imagination are so unliked.
Imagineers and The Lost Continent:
A Slytherin Presentation
In the late 19th century, a mysterious and whimsical scientist known as Professor David Polar went on an expedition into Antarctica. There, he discovered the science and beauty of one of the most unexplored lands on...