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I do have to say, the fact that the building is remaining is a big plus for me.
Fun, if forgettable popcorn flicks.I might be the only one actually really excited for this (and I haven't seen either GoTG movies)
I only experienced it from 2001 on so I only know the EPCOT of today, probably why this isn't that awful to me!Fun, forgettable popcorn flicks.
EPCOT however was the greatest park ever build. The continuing destruction of which remains a travesty of the highest order. An act of barbarism.
So was I. I'm seriously considering a road trip in August specifically to be there the last day.August 13th.
So I have ridden through my beloved dinosaurs for the last time already.
...and to think I was going in early September to squeeze one last ride in...
Well EPCOT already died when he (Fitzgerald) turned Maelstrom into Frozen Ever After.Hearing this news almost brought me to tears. When Tom Fitzgerald said something along the lines of "this attraction will incorporate all the ideals of Epcot," I almost laughed.
Fitzgerald: "The Frozen-inspired attraction added to World Showcase, adheres to the original vision of Epcot’s World Showcase as the place to experience the excitement and adventure offered by global travel."Well EPCOT already died when he (Fitzgerald) turned Maelstrom into Frozen Ever After.
i'm actually pretty okay with this attraction because i knew a replacement for ellen was long overdue, but one thing about the announcement left me unhappy:
"The Guardians of the Galaxy-inspired attraction will be added to Future World, adhering to the original vision of Epcot’s Future World as the place to experience the excitement and adventure offered by space travel."
....except that's not EPCOT Future World's "original vision"??? (right??)
I like how Bobby says GOTG fits in Epcot because Peter Quill visited when he was a child...
When Disney announced the Tron coaster
Then when Disney announced gotg coming to Epcot
Hearing this news almost brought me to tears. When Tom Fitzgerald said something along the lines of "this attraction will incorporate all the ideals of Epcot," I almost laughed.
So since he experienced it in its previous glory, can we assume that Peter Quill is also disappointed to see what has become of EPCOT Center?
Seriously though, the cognitive dissonance involved in destroying a legacy while appealing to memories and nostalgia is amazing.
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