I think the tunnel itself is fine. You’ll be in it a matter of moments, it’s consistent with the look of the area, there aren’t a bunch of conduits on the wall like in the Adventureland tunnel, and assuming the cutouts are windows, you might see a lightcycle woosh by. It makes for a good transition as it opens up to Storybook Circus.
The cutouts to me look to be facing the under-the-entrance launch point for the cycles where they exit the show building.I don't think you'd be able to see the lightcycles passing by from ground level of the train through those windows, would you? I don't really get what the train riders are supposed to be seeing through them though obviously work is not done yet.
The whole catalog of Roald Dahl books could make an amazing "alternative fantasyland" full of weird and wonderful dark rides (Matilda, James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BFG, The Witches...)I still say, if Disney bought the rights to WW, that would make an AWESOME dark ride!
On its own it is sort of super random and not especially awe inspiring - it feels like someone looked and said "We have all these dinosaurs, can we squeeze them into Disneyland somewhere?", which is basically what it is.
Well it's not like they had a bunch of extra dinosaur AAs lying around...
I’ve always been impressed at how realistic the WDI animatronics of real people are. HoP Lincoln looks just like I remember him.
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