They took a timeless story that had become as much of Disney as the haunted mansion and shoved music, actors, and an IP that may or may not stand the test of time.
Terrible “reimagining” if you ask me.
I’m going to guess that I will personally like Lightyear better than turning red. But I’m also smart enough to think that a cute red panda would sell better than an unrecognizable version of a toy that was already ignored in TS4.
Gotcha. I loved the Citizens and would often plan a trip over to Studios just to see their afternoon shows. But I was also a huge fan of comedy warehouse and adventures club and it was pretty similar style of humor (many of the same actors).
From my first trip to WDW as a kid I have a “copilot certificate” - was a full piece of paper that the monorail pilot signed and dated. Very cool.
I also have the smaller business card “license” as well.
FYI - I believe you can still ride up front at Disneyland. (Unless it’s changed very...
I think voyage of the little mermaid is a much more entertaining and impressive show than the Cars show and the frozen show operating in the same park.
I would give it a little refresh with new video content but other than that it’s a very strong theme park production.
Finally watched Turning Red last night. Definitely one of my least favorites - but it may have done well with a theatrical release? It’s definitely getting a better score on Rotten Tomatoes vs. Lightyear ( 94% vs. 76%).
Even if you didn’t like voyage of the little mermaid it was a continuously running show that was popular with guests... those guests who are not waiting in line with you at slinky dog or rise.
Having more attractions / entertainment is always better, even if it’s something you don’t...