Best coaster: RNRC
Worst coaster: Goofy's Barnstormer
Best dark ride: Toy Story Mania
Worst dark ride: Snow White
Best show: Indiana Jones
Worst show: tie between Tiki Room, Country Bears (sorry Robert), and Sounds Dangerous
Tiki room is getting a major renovation so I'm not adding it.
Epcot-I will inlcude World Showcase Pavilions
-The Best- Mission Space(Orange), Spaceship Earth, Testtrack, Soarin, Illuminations, Mexico, Japan
-the good- American Adventure*, Maelstrom, Impressions de France, Ellen's Energy Adventure, Turtle Talk w/ Crush*, Seas Exhibits and ride, Living with the land, Innoventions, Captain EO*, all of the other WS pavillions
-the still worth going on- Circle of Life*, O Canada*, Reflections of China*, Grand Fiesta tour
-the Worst- Figment
I don't have time for the other two parks right now but i'll get them soon.
-the Best- Kilimanjaro safari, Expedition Everest, Maharah Jungle trek, Festival of the Lion King*, Finding Nemo, Dinosaur
-the good- Pangini Forest, Kali River Rapids, Flight of WOnder, Prime Evil whirl, Discovery Island Trails, Conservation station, Oasis trails
-the still worth going on- the Boneyard*, the rest of Rafiki's planet watch
-the worst- Triceratop spin*
It has a fairly good set of results of people's favourite attractions. Hope this helps ;)
I really don't mind the Tiki Room or Stitch's Great Escape. Sue me.
With the exception of Everest, I keep having recurring dreams about going on those rides for the first time back when I was at the impressionable age of 9. The sounds, sights, smells......no-one can do that like Disney.
Epcot is my favorite Disney Park, and Journey into Imagination easily ranks as a best in my book. It's an old school, fun dark ride. There's usually no line, since it's easily the best kept secret in the park.
Other bests in Epcot are Spaceship Earth: The Ride (Hands down WDW's best true Dark Ride, I love it more than my beloved Mansion), Ellen's Energy Adventure (incredible presentation and I love me some Bill Nye), Mission Space (the most intense ride in the resort), Test Track (fantastic, fast, and FUN), Maelstrom (very cool, if short), The Three Amigos (Short, but fun), Living with the Land (the best of the boat rides, IMO), and American Adventure (always loved it, but was moved to tears after I saw it post-deployment to Iraq).
Soarin' didn't leave much of an impression, Captain EO was cool if dated, and the Seas is okay if you LOVE Nemo (though the line is fantastic).
I've never seen any of the various films at World Showcase, as they never really interested me.
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