2010 Best Theme Park Movie in America: Mickey's PhilharMagic vs. It's Tough to be a Bug!
You've voted in the 2010 Best Theme Park Attraction Tournament
, and now it's time to pick the Best Theme Park Movie in America.
Mickey's PhilharMagic at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
The number-one seed in this bracket, Mickey's PhilharMagic has rolled through the tournament so far, winning its match-ups by an average 63-point margin.
It's Tough to be a Bug! at Disney's Animal Kingdom and Disney's California Adventure
Playing at both Animal Kingdom and California Adventure, Disney's 4D movie based on Pixar's "A Bug's Life" knocked off the well-regarded Carousel of Progress and Terminator 2: 3D on its way to the final. Can it pull one more upset?
Please tell us in the comments why you voted the way you did.
Next up: The Best Theme Park Live Show in America, Fantasmic! vs. Festival of the Lion King
Got to go with Mickey on this one, a truly fantastic show with some brilliant effects that set it apart from other £D movies of its kind.
Agreed. Best 3D movie in Orlando.
Just noticed I posted a Pound sign rather than a 3, oops. Anyway, go Mickey, I need a correct prediction after my Spidey vs Tower final prediction was ended yesterday.
On a purely "Best Movie" level PhilharMagic gets my vote.
Love both of these but the comfort, surround screen, and flow of Mickey's Philharmagic raises it above the Bugs.
good smells verse icky smells...hmmm
This one is not as tough. Philharmagic. Better movie. more entertaining. Better theator. and my favorite Disney character D Duck.
It's tough to be a bug's in theater effects get my vote here. philharmagic is a better film but once you add in the animatronics, smoke, and all the other good stuff in bugs, than flik and co offer the better overall experience.
Gotta go with the Mouse on this one!
Went with the Bug because you learn something. I feel PhilharMagic is just a jumbled cutup of classic Disney scenes.
As I predicted earlier, PhilharMagic cruises to a victory in this category. Nothing beats seeing Donald right in front of you in mid-air.
I'm actually surprised the margin isn't even larger... like 70% to 30% or something like that.
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