BeemerBoy wrote:So "Mad T Party" basically consists of $12 drinks, a crapload of neon, a ridiculous looking DJ, and Skee-Ball?
Meteornotes wrote:^Mad T Party would have been much more interesting had they not built it at all...
BeemerBoy wrote:At least Cars Land continues to look amazing.
That it does! The themeing appears to be so immersive. Though most of the pics we've seen appear to have been taken with a "fish-eye" or "panoramic" lens. I'm really hoping that my AP gets picked for the preview on June 11 (we find out June 4), otherwise it may be some time before I actually tackle the crowds this will produce. Though I will probably head down there after work on the 15th, just to have a glass of wine or two at the winery to watch all the stupidity. (I'm actually assuming at this time, that the park will be closed to reaching capacity limits by the time I would get there - about 7pm.)
For the record - I did like the 2 "Cars" movies. However, I'm really not interested in the two "C" ticket attractions. But, I'm really hoping to like RSR. I'm pretty sure it won't be as cool or as loud as Journey, or as fun as Test Track (My personal favorite Disney ride), but, I am wanting to like it.
(BTW- Mad (shi)T-Party can be tossed and forgotten as far as I'm concerned. It's truly an eyesore during the day, and at night - it's a conglomerate clusterphuck of epic stupidity! AND, because it is mostly locals that attend, I also predict it will start to die off, after people's AP's start to expire, and the peeps can't afford the new prices.)