Lets see if I can have a late run in the next coming days.
I liked Amanda and Wok's work because they took popular movies for adapting, but adapted them in such a way that they seemed fresh and original. Bonus points to Wok for taking advantage of a classic. If we only adapted from the newest, most popular material, we wouldn't have Tower of Terror, Jaws, The Amazing Adventures of Spiderman (attraction opened in 1999, three years before the summer blockbuster premiered and re-popularized the series), Popeye & Bluto's Bilge-Rat Barges, Splash Mountain, and various other classic dark/water rides.
Anyhow, the movie came out in 2004 (6 years ago). As to Splash Mountain, Disneyland was trying to figure out what they were going to do with these animal animatronics. Its tough Song of the South has never really been realeased since it is quite a historic piece of Animation. I do like the Willow Attraction idea.
I'm vicious, yes.
On the voting question. Why don't we vote for the bottom two scorers and retain one of them