Frozen Ever After opening day


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So thoughts..
This really should have been a Fantasyland ride.
This is a huge improvement over the previous ride.
The AAs look great and animated.
No actual Story, but lots of music, which is what most people will want.
Decent ride length - 5 mins.
The kids will love it.
I think the use of screens after the Elsa scene was a little lazy.
Betting this will have super low capacity and lines for miles.

Overall though, I'm quite pleased with the attraction. Way more impressive than VOTLM


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I'll get right on that professor. ;)

Are you trying to tell me that you didn't see Frozen everywhere?? Of course it over-saturated the market. If you cannot understand that then I have a little song for you to sing. It starts with... "The snow glows white on the mountain tonight, not a footprint to be seen..."
I'm not denying there was over-saturation of the IP following its surprise popularity. I have a 3 year old daughter, trust me I know.

I'm calling out your contention that this over-saturation has lead to the current state of the IP, and thereby the response to the new ride. It's just as likely, if not more likely, that it's the fact the movie is almost 3 years old.


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The best of a bad situation, I guess. A track not designed around a real narrative now supports a ride that has something of a narrative (based on queue photos, we're invited to visit Elsa's ice palace for the first time?), with top notch production values.

I am sad for EPCOT but at least relieved it's not Little Mermaid part 2... production-wise. A technical showcase.

Let the capacity metrics begin! That's going to be reeeeeally interesting.


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Just turned on the news. I oddly didn't see any reports about how traffic going toward Disney is backed up on I4. I guess someone at the news doesn't like Frozen.

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