Started by lil-shawn, April 16, 2009, 08:57:00 PM
Quote from: "Alan"This is what I'd do to each park...Disneyland Park:- Enhance Pirates of the Carribean, giving it the same effects as in Disneyland/Magic Kingdom- Enhance Phantom Manor, giving it the same effects as in Disneyland/Magic Kingdom- Enhance Star Tours, giving it a new digital film- Fix Space Mountain: Mission 2 so that it ISN'T painful to ride- Add The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Adventure to Fantasyland- Add Splash Mountain to FrontierlandWalt Disney Studios Park:- Add Soarin' next to CineMagique- Add the Indiana Jones Adventure anywhere. It's a ride in a box- Replace Animagique with Mickey's PhilharMagic
Quote from: "luke85"I think if we were to have Indiana Jones Adventure at DLP it would have to have amazing theming, in a really great environment.
Quote from: "Agent Lex"Quote from: "luke85"I think if we were to have Indiana Jones Adventure at DLP it would have to have amazing theming, in a really great environment.Agreed. I think if I had the chance to put it anywhere, I'd scrap Temple du Peril and put it there. Temple was a gimmick "we have a loop now!" coaster that DLRP no longer needs.
Quote from: "Alan"I guess to make everyone happy, they could keep the Temple of Peril and put the Indiana Jones Adventure right next to it. As you know, Disney already drew up plans for that idea:However, I still think the Indiana Jones Adventure makes sense at the Walt Disney Studios Park. It's a ride based on a movie. It's a ride that really has nothing to do with Disney. It's a totally self contained ride, in a box, which could be themed as any building or museum. And, most importantly, the Walt Disney Studios Park needs it more than Disneyland does.
QuoteAnd it certainly doesn't deserve a contrived "you enter an archeological museum when SUDDENLY" set-up a la Universal.
Quote from: "lil-shawn"the second thing is i would add the elevated tramway from mainstreet to discoveryland.disneyland ca. has in tomorowland it´s monorail and we get the tramway, it fits with the theme of mainstreet and discoveryland.
Quote from: "Alan"QuoteAnd it certainly doesn't deserve a contrived "you enter an archeological museum when SUDDENLY" set-up a la Universal.In fairness though, Disney do this sort of thing too. Think about Dinosaur at Animal Kingdom. It's a big box, with the front themed as the entrance to a museum.And, if you're being super critical, Crush's Coaster doesn't make any sense at all. What's all this rockwork doing in a Movie Studio? Ok, it's in Toon Studios, so it must be the set of Finding Nemo, right? So what's a roller coaster doing laced around a movie set? If we're riding on the backs of turtles, why have their shells been scooped out and replaced with seats? And where are the poor turtles' heads and flippers? Shocking.But, you know, it doesn't matter. Attractions don't have to make perfect sense. Not everything fun and fictional has to make sense.
QuoteThey'll probably put a High School Musical Pin Trading Wild Mouse ride there instead.