Mickey's PhilharMagic - at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, Tokyo Disneyland, and Hong Kong Disneyland
Soarin' Over California - at Disney's California Adventure and Epcot
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Thursday: Another biggie: 4. The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man vs. 5. Twilight Zone Tower of Terror in the Best Themed Ride bracket.
Ugh, tough call.
So Mickey gets my vote today.
I'll duck for cover now....
PhilharMagic is a great collection of old characters and songs, so it gets my vote.
Once again, Soarin' Over California and Carousel of Progress should have swapped brackets in this tournament since Soarin' is called a Simulator RIDE on this site and Carousel of Progress is labeled an Animatronic SHOW.
I really don't understand why people clamor to wait an hour to watch a big screen and smell oranges. I'd much rather watch some great disney characters and listen to great Disney music. Although I do understand the non-hand drawn argument.
At least MP is a fresh attraction that works properly!
CoP is the guinness book of records holder for most SHOWS every done, not most rides and its introduction includes this distinction
Soarin is a ride as shown by its height restrictions, what other show has height restrictions? and also you are getting on an airline as explained by Patrick Warburton not entering a theater, how is it any different than Simpsons or Star Tours?
MP has humour and some very good effects. I like it a lot. But Soarin' is an uniquely uplifting experience in more ways than one. You only have to see the expressions on the faces of the audience as it leaves the auditorium to know that this is a surefire winner. But I can see this being a relatively close vote because MP has more of a Disney connection with the characters and music whereas Soarin' could be at any Park.
That said ,I still voted for Soarin'.
Then I visited last month and the "floaters" were definitely very distracting especially with scenes where there was white (skiing, surfing etc.) to the point where you weren't even paying attention to the film but rather watching to see where the dust bunny will show up on the next screen almost like an anti hidden Mickey
Not sure if the DL version was suffering from this but WDW definitely needs to be cleaned up and digitized.
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