I don’t fully understand that line of thought people have. Maybe I’m more optimistic, but Disney’s track record has far more successes to me then misses.
My list that gives me hope, and maybe it’s because I look at a company wide lense:
- Buena Vista Street
- Cars Land
- Radiator Springs Racers
- Flight of Passage
- Galaxy’s Edge
- Rise of the Resistance
- Toy Story Land
- Frozen Ride
- Runaway Railway
- Mystic Manor
- Grizzly Coaster
- Shanghai Pirates
- Alice in Wonderland attraction plussing
- Peter Pan attraction plussing
- ROA redo
I just don’t see them messing up one of their icon rides.
It's clearly a matter of differing opinion on some of what they've done. I think Toy Story Land and Frozen Ever After are disappointments at best, and bordering on being outright bad. Runaway Railway looks fun and I'm looking forward to riding it, but it also could have easily been better and is not as impressive as the Great Movie Ride. I also found Galaxy's Edge to be somewhat disappointing outside of Rise of the Resistance. Smuggler's Run is mediocre and the land overall has too much bland empty space. It's far far better than Toy Story Land and certainly isn't bad, but there are a lot of things they could have done to make it better (and some of them were supposed to be part of the land but were cut).
Beyond that, though, I'm also concerned that at this moment they won't be willing to spend the money necessary to create something comparable to what currently exists.