Journey of Water featuring Moana coming to Epcot

tparris

Well-Known Member
The problem is Disney has a HORRIBLE track record on this. If they didn't no one would really care that it was down for maintenance.
Especially because many new things at EPCOT are breaking and have been broken for some time now, with absolutely no clear intention to fix
 

monothingie

Evil will always triumph, because good is dumb.
Premium Member
Why do guys always want to fault Disney for doing their jobs?

They are working on it and here you are complaining that the issue is being addressed.
Indiana Jones Conspiracy GIF
 

Virtual Toad

Well-Known Member
Why do guys always want to fault Disney for doing their jobs?

They are working on it and here you are complaining that the issue is being addressed.
I can't speak for others, but to me the fact that the state of "show" at Epcot is so poor now, especially when compared to what it used to be, that lack of reliability among newer effects becomes a more glaring issue when so many other effects, new and old, remain broken or in b-mode months or even years after failing.

Ironic that a park systematically stripped of complex effects and moving parts over the past 25 years remains in relatively poor condition, and definitely below the baseline WDW show standards of the past, especially when there are fewer things to maintain.
 

KeithVH

Well-Known Member
Why do you guys always want to fault Disney for doing their jobs?

They are working on it and here you are complaining that the issue is being addressed.
Yeah!

And I bet as soon as they get the Yeti fixed, they'll straighten this brand new problem ASAP . . .
 

DisCOT_97

Active Member
Why do you guys always want to fault Disney for doing their jobs?

They are working on it and here you are complaining that the issue is being addressed.
The problem isn’t that they’re trying to solve the issue, it’s that this park went through a multimillion multiyear “transformation” and some of the things promised don’t even fully function. That middle area has been behind walls for how long? And those new “lights” stopped working after night one…Moana isn’t even a year old yet and it’s already proving to be a maintenance workload.
 

tparris

Well-Known Member
The problem isn’t that they’re trying to solve the issue, it’s that this park went through a multimillion multiyear “transformation” and some of the things promised don’t even fully function. That middle area has been behind walls for how long? And those new “lights” stopped working after night one…Moana isn’t even a year old yet and it’s already proving to be a maintenance workload.
All of this.
 

eddie104

Well-Known Member
The problem isn’t that they’re trying to solve the issue, it’s that this park went through a multimillion multiyear “transformation” and some of the things promised don’t even fully function. That middle area has been behind walls for how long? And those new “lights” stopped working after night one…Moana isn’t even a year old yet and it’s already proving to be a maintenance workload.
Things break…would you rather them ignore it?
 

eddie104

Well-Known Member
They shouldn't break this fast.
It's embarassing.
And we're not talking about complicated AA's.
We're talking about lights and a water feature.
And those lights failed after one night.
Listen I get the complaints but I will never attack Disney for fixing or repairing their mistakes.

It’s unfortunate that things are already breaking in a newly constructed area. Maybe they need better oversight on these projects or a different contractor.
 

Chef idea Mickey`=

Well-Known Member
Did I ever suggest that? I simply stated that these things should not be happening within months of opening such things. Especially when you’ve made the consumer wait so long and had the park under walls for half a decade. It’s just bad show.
Perhaps this is just Epcot crying out I don't want this transformation that none of us asked aside minor enhancements or upgrades like Creation Shop and Connections made well better for Epcot how it was.
 

Ayla

Well-Known Member
The problem isn’t that they’re trying to solve the issue, it’s that this park went through a multimillion multiyear “transformation” and some of the things promised don’t even fully function. That middle area has been behind walls for how long? And those new “lights” stopped working after night one…Moana isn’t even a year old yet and it’s already proving to be a maintenance workload.
Almost 5 years.
 

Chef idea Mickey`=

Well-Known Member
I still don’t see how it was a good idea to put a Moana water feature in the middle of Epcot. What were they thinking???
Keep kids entertained, something to cool off. However if that is the case how come Hollywood Studios doesn't offer one or Animal Kingdom. If the Dino playground is going away for good then that's removing something for the kids. Hollywood Studios could use something water it's hot there.
 

Bocabear

Well-Known Member
Keep kids entertained, something to cool off. However if that is the case how come Hollywood Studios doesn't offer one or Animal Kingdom. If the Dino playground is going away for good then that's removing something for the kids. Hollywood Studios could use something water it's hot there.
EXACTLY! and Moana would have looked better in DAK.... And maybe a splash Zone themed to an Oceanographic Institute actually on the same side of the monorail beam as the Living Seas would have been a better choice.... Something that matched the style of the front half of the park....
 

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