I've got to say that T2-3D was always my favorite 3D4D attraction at any park. I've never even seen the original movie, but the whole experience is so well done that I love it. It was even worth sitting through in Japanese last month!
My last few visits, I really was tired of it. I was impressed the first few times I saw it, but it was getting old and I'm not upset to see it go.
Universal is really pushing large expansion in their parks right now. At first I felt like it was more focused on Florida, but now it seems like there is always something going on in Hollywood too. I love that the Orlando and SoCal Disney/Universal rivalries seem to be heating up. It's much more obvious in Florida (where is makes more sense) but I find it hard to argue that it's not happening in Southern California now, as well.
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