2010 Best Theme Park Attraction: Impressions de France vs. O Canada!
We're continuing day two of 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 seen both shows, please click through to the attraction descriptions linked below, and read the comments, before voting.
2. Epcot's Impressions de France
15. Epcot's O Canada!
Please tell us in the comments why you voted the way you did.
Next up is 1. Fantasmic! at Disney's Hollywood Studios vs. 16. Universal Studios Florida's Beetlejuice's Graveyard Revue
O Canada? Seriously, people.
Sorry Robert, but I like O Canada alot more than Impressions. I think because I used to hate O Canada except for the music. Now, its a movie of how its different from the USA (I am from Chicago, BTW so the old one seemed more Minnesota than Canada).
I haven't seen the new O Canada film, but the original was underwhelming to say the least. And while I have heard great things about Impressions de France from people whose opinion I respect, I remember it being "more of the same." I look forward to re-viewing both films this May with a "fresh set of eyes."
My wife and I actually argued over this one. She loves Martin Short and the song at the end of O Canada. I did agree with her on that, and I just generally really like Canadians. However, I agree with Robert's take on Impressions de France. It is simply a very, very well made movie with a great score and well planned visuals. Oh yeah, and she is at work and I am not. Therefore I vote, and I gave it to France.
Also, this is the biggest upset so far.
I, at least, want to nominate the hostess from Joshua's comment as Disney World CM of the Year.
Nothing shocking to me here. Au revoir, Impressions. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm off to Canada to high five Marty Short and drink a celebratory Moose Head. Don't worry though, i'll be back in France soon enough to experience their finest attraction, (no, not Impressions de France silly) the Grand Marnier Slushie.
I don't love Impressions as much as Robert and I think it's vastly over rated as a 2 seed but I can't believe it got beat.
Moosehead is disgusting. Tastes like it's skunked. Why do the yanks love our crappiest beer?
I have no love for the Moose I assure you, heck I'm far from a Marty Short fan really, outside of Three Amigos. I would have said Labatt, but it just didn't sound as inherently Canadian as Moose Head did.
Okay, I am officially adding Robert to the Suicide Watch list. While a padded cell should not be necessary, constant observation is required. Who has the duty? Make sure you bring along
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