Groups of visitors are taken on "Star Tours", a space tour bus set in the Star Wars universe. Thanks to an inexperienced and thoroughly incompetent robot pilot, what is billed as a ... See full summary »
In the newly opened Star Tours touring agency, C-3PO is accidentally made to be the pilot of a StarSpeeder 1000. Also on board the craft is one of the guests, who is revealed to be a rebel ... See full summary »
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Pre-show video that plays before Universal Orlando's Revenge Of The Mummy Ride documents the strange going-ons on the set of The Mummy films as the cast and crew discuss whether or not the curse is real.
Springfield's theme park Krustyland, run by Krusty the Clown, is opening it's newest roller coaster, the upsy-downsy spins-aroundsy teen-operated thrill ride is opening, and in this ... See full summary »
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Journey between Hogwarts and Diagon Alley on the Hogwarts Express at Universal Orlando Resort. Get on at either Hogsmeade Station or King's Cross Station to enjoy a short train journey like nothing you've experienced before.
Wayne Szalinski is receiving the Inventor of the Year Award for his shrink ray. When attempting to demonstrate it, it goes haywire and ends up shrinking you, the audience, instead. Written by
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Eric Idle was not originally cast as Dr. Channing. After the original actor became unavailable at the last moment, Marcia Strassman happened to run into Idle at her hotel. She asked if he would take the part and he agreed. See more »
Shortly after the dog appears in the final few moments of the film, the reporter runs for the exit. As the film ends and the curtains are closing, you can see the reporter is again running down heading for the exit. See more »
There are no screen credits at all, obviously because of the fiction that we were watching (and inadvertently becoming involved in) a stage presentation. See more »
I'd have to say that "Honey, I Shrunk the Audience" was a decent attraction. The 3D is very well done and there are a few nice surprise that will have the little ones screaming and hollering. The story is simple enough. Wayne Szalinski is receiving a reward for his "shrink ray". Like everything Mr Szalinski touches, something goes wrong and the audience is shrunk to miniature size. Chaos breaks out as Wayne and his family try to figure out how to get the audience back to normal size. Because this is in 3D all kinds of goodies come at the audience, plus some real life effects are used as well. Hehehe.. you'll see. It's all in good fun. It's worth checking out once. The only real downside for me was the wait was way to long. We waiting almost 90mins., with the show only lasting like 15mins. That was ridiculous. Even though it'll be great fun for the kids, most adults probably won't be running back to see it a 2nd time. I gave it a 6 our of 10. We saw this at Epcot. There are better attractions like Soaring and Mission to Mars.
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