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Turtle Talk With Crush reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Turtle Talk With Crush, a live show in Future World - The Seas with Nemo and Friends at Epcot.

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Posted: February 15, 2014

Located at the exit of The Seas with Nemo & Friends ride, Turtle Talk with Crush consists of a mostly unscripted, real-time conversation between Crush, the 150-year-old surfer-dude sea turtle from the Disney/Pixar film Finding Nemo, and the audience. Kids are encouraged to sit up front so that they will have a better view of the Window to the Ocean (the movie screen) and Crush. Guests, especially children, are chosen to ask Crush questions and he responds and converses freely with them. Crush looks and moves much as he does in the movie, complete with facial expressions and subtle gestures.

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36 votes, so far

A really great show for the whole family to enjoy. - Sean Huckel

Even with a group of five twenty-somethings, sitting down to watch Turtle Talk was a fun experience. It was really cute to watch the kids interact with one of their favorite characters, and the voice actor playing Crush was hilarious! The jokes were just right to make children and adults laugh. It's also a nice way to get out of the sun and sit in the air conditioner for a while. - Renee Michelle

Everyone's favourite turtle comes to life in an attraction which is suitable for both adults and children alike. It leaves children thinking they have spoken to Crush, and adults wondering "how did they do that?". - Ben Price

Much better than the crappy Monsters Inc one in the Magic Kingdom but still could be better. Small room makes the wait time longer. Only an average attraction to be honest. 5/10 - D H

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