Even though they both have "Star Wars" in the logo, the press release referred to the falcon ride only as Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, so I'd say MFSR is more accurate than SWSR
That will have to be some pretty amazing scenery, effects, and scale to get rated that high. The best rides combine both like ToT or EE.Yeah, RotR seems like it will be awesome because of the scenery, effects, scale, etc. as opposed to the vehicle motion. Which IMHO is perfect -- Star Wars deserves a ride with less physical thrill and with huge spectacle and immersiveness. I'm really curious as to how long the ride will be given the very large show building, the fact that there will be two levels and with the fact that the vehicles probably won't be super fast moving (i.e. not a roller coaster zipping all around).
Not all E tickets are fast moving thrill rides. FoP certainly isn't a thrill ride but it's the most popular ride in WDW at the moment. All the insiders here who have seen the ride concepts seem more excited about RotR than MFSR.I guess I should have said that it is obviously not built as a thrill ride.
Do you know why they think it will be such a highly rated ride?
Theming.What would you like to see here?
There are many park fans who bemoan the fact they never got to ride Horizons or the original Imagination. I have no such feelings about Superstar Limo. Not only am I glad to have never ridden it, I'm sad that I knew enough about it to identify where this image came from.