That said, I think we're looking for another day of blow-outs, before the tournament really gets interesting, with the semis tomorrow.
And why is ExtraTERRORestial Alien Encounter still getting the votes? As everyone has said, it was a mediocre attraction at best. Voting on it as "revenge for Stitch" just doesn't make sense. Was it a good attraction...or not?
Now as for World of Motion vs. Horizons... that is probably the toughest matchup in this AND the previous tournament combined for me... Though I ultimately went for Horizons for the "choose your own ending" aspect.
Alien Encounter gets my vote again, mainly because I am still wanting to stick it to Disney for the Great Stitch Debacle. And also because Alien Encounter was pretty scary to a 12 year old way back when....
I skipped Horizons/Motion this time. I am not a huge fan of either attraction and I consider both Mission:Space and Test Track to be big improvements.
Lastly, I voted against Kong, but simply because I do not want Universal to ever second guess their building of Revenge of the Mummy.
And, Robert, I think your links to Day One/Day Two are reversed...but then, I could just be insane like my wife always tells me I am.
BTTF, on the other hand, was an unpleasant, disjointed mess. Despite the fact that it was completely contrived, it was out of sync, out of focus, and unnecessarily rough.
Boo BTTF. Yay Skyway!
Sure, the Skyway was a dime a dozen in theme parks. But I can't say that the Skyway wasn't fun. The ride through the Matterhorn was something unique, something that can't be experienced anymore.
I just feel that BTTF could have been done better.
And I'm still surprised that ExtraTERRORestrial is still getting votes as I think it's missing so much (not that Stitch is significantly better from what I hear). To vote for this just to protest Stitch isn't right.
ExtraTERRORestrial wasn't very exciting... it was unique, as it grossed you out with saliva, tongues, and breath, but not very effectively. It didn't really provide the illusion of much other than a loose alien that chomped on the maintenance guy. It was missing a lot from the visual department. I think it needed some visual cues like out of a horror movie where the actual alien shows up in your face, or right between you and another person. Better yet they should have stuck with the H.R. Geiger Aliens as they're on the Great Movie Ride.
I'm very disappointed in which rides are winning, and for what reasons too... but I guess that's the way it goes!
Brandon, go ride Stitch, and you will understand exactly why I am protesting/voting the way I am! =)