2010 Best Theme Park Attraction: Universal Studios Hollywood's Terminator 2: 3D vs. Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
We continue the 2010 Best Theme Park Attraction Tournament
with a first-round match-up from the Best Movie or Animated Show bracket.
If you haven't been to both shows, please click through to the attraction descriptions linked below, and read the comments, before voting.
3. Universal Studios Hollywood's Terminator 2: 3D
14. Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
Please tell us in the comments why you voted the way you did.
I saw Terminator 2: 3D for the first time a few months ago, and I was pleasantly surprised. The live action mixed in was a nice change from most simple 3D movies. The movie itself was fairly entertaining too. I was not so impressed with Monster's Inc Laugh Floor. I know I'm probably not the target audience, but it just did very little for me, and it really does not fit the theme of Tomorrowland.
The tech involved in M.I.L.F (hee-hee) is impressive, but T23D just has more of a "wow" factor. Monsters should have more repeatability, but something about T2 just makes me like more - I think it's the sheer scale of it.
OMG, Paul. I hadn't realized that was the acronym for Monster's, Inc.
Unlike some, I actually enjoyed MILF, but this one is no contest. T2:3D is much more thrilling and exciting, despite its age. Nice mix of 3D with live action, and a very entertaining, Big Brotherish pre-show.
It's like comparing an airliner to a one-engine plane. The Laugh Floor is acceptable and generates a few laughs, but it's forgettable. Terminator 3D is one of the best attractions at Universal and a technological marvel.
I almost want to give this one to the latter just because of its acronym. However, T2: 3D is probably the best show in this category, so the MILF has gotta go.
Terminator gives more of an expirence
Late to the party :(
T2-3D is the best in this category and should defeat a couple of more shows in its run. Monsters inc is ok but not really a top attraction.
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