Park appears very busy at the moment, including an advertised 45 minute wait for the railroad?
I thought the first four episodes, while not perfect, were fairly honest overall. The last two were the shill show, but before that reasonably good for a corporation's doc about itself.It did? You seem to be describing the same root issue, history being hijacked in support of current work.
I thought the first four episodes, while not perfect, were fairly honest overall. The last two were the shill show, but before that reasonably good for a corporation's doc about itself.
behind the attraction only exists so that disney can go "yeah, this old stuff is alright i guess, but look at this new thing we just opened! characters! synergy! more timeless! more relevant! more disney! woo!"I finished off the remaining Behind the Attraction episodes this morning. I needed something brainless, and I need to try and finish everything on D+ when my subscription expires in the fall, because I don't have any good reason to renew at this point.
The ones I watched today seemed less-bad than most of the ones I've seen before. I actually thought the Disneyland Hotel episode was fairly well done. Granted, this is undoubtedly the subject covered in the series that I know the least about. But bringing in actual former Wrather executives was an unexpected touch. They conveniently omit the part where they bulldozed quite a lot of (and all of the original) Disneyland Hotel in preparation for the resort expansion, and I'm sure the takeover of the Disneyland Hotel was less pleasant than portrayed, but other than that, nothing super objectionable from my perspective.
IASW: Solid World's Fair overview. Reminder for the coastal elite types, especially those who will be interviewed on camera...the state with Chicago in it is called Ill-i-NOY, NOT Ill-i-NOISE. You look...not smart when you get that wrong.
Later on, there was a goof with the map of Small World attractions-the map purports to show the five locations of IASW. Except that the star located in China is where Shanghai is, NOT Hong Kong. I guess they're all the same to whoever put that together, huh?
THAT SAID, somehow, somehow, they got through the episode without talking about how WE ADDED DISNEY CHARACTERS AND IT WAS AWESOME AND MADE THE RIDE 100% MORE INTERESTING AND DISNEY, AKSHULLY. A minor miracle.
The transportation episode that had a lot of Bob Gurr and (less enjoyably) a lot of Scot Drake seemed fine.
Was kind of half-watching the Hall of Presidents episode, to be honest. Not one of my favorites.
Overall the series is a mixed bag, as my previous posts attest to, but if all of the episodes were like the ones I watched today, I'd have much better opinions about the overall show than I do now. A season 2 is apparently confirmed-hopefully they will have taken the right lessons from the first batch.
And for the most part I agree, as this was clearly evident in many of the episodes, particularly the TOT & Star Tours episodes.behind the attraction only exists so that disney can go "yeah, this old stuff is alright i guess, but look at this new thing we just opened! characters! synergy! more timeless! more relevant! more disney! woo!"
David Do, the hacker, is simply mad that he really wants a black woman, but can’t get a black woman to save his life.
I remember being repeatedly pursued by this man years ago. At first, I was a “gorgeous black woman,” but when I told him I wasn’t interested, I was a “no-good N word.” LOL.
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