Mickey and the Magical Map is an incoherent jumble with futile attempts to capture real Disney magic. It starts out with a punch-you-in-the-face, spelled out song about "a world of dreams and imagination." It's repetitive, it's annoying, and it's very modern. The ensemble dancers in this show are apparently only able to do Disney-fied hip hop dance steps. The weak attempt at cohesion then comes in on the projection screens and starts flying Mickey around to different locations where characters perform songs. The non-plot does come back in the end to try to tie up the show. Mickey and the Magical Map is not very well-written, but it isn't painful to watch. If you can ignore the awful ensemble choreography, some of the musical numbers are fun to watch if you happen to see good performers, and are able to ignore the hip hop-style beats (I'm talking about you, King Louie number). However, compared to other Disney stage performances like Fantasmic, or anything in Tokyo, Mickey and the Magical Map falls flat on its face. Don't see it unless you have lots of time to waste.