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George is a modern-day traveler literally stuck in movie history, looking for a way out. Ever so soon having fallen in love with Marguerite, he stumbles from one film classic into another, taking him from the silent movie era right through the high tech blockbusters of the late 1990's. Every now and then George bumps into Marguerite once again so he can further kindle his blooming affair with her. As the journey unfolds, the audience literally won't stay untouched and will wonder just as hard as George and Marguerite do: where does it all end? Written by Swie Tio <sweet_t_prod@hotmail.com>

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One of the highlights of Walt Disney Studios Paris
5 January 2003 | by (Cologne, Germany) – See all my reviews

CinéMagique may be relatively simple as far as theme park attractions go, but it's extremely well executed, it has quite a few surprises, and most of all -- it's thoroughly entertaining.

"Breaking the fourth wall" has become tiresome in other movies, but here it takes on a completely different (literal) twist, as Martin Short stumbles through American and European movie history, looking for a way out.

Not all of the transitions work as smoothly (and funny) as that to the Titanic segment, but even in the show's weaker parts, it's still fun to recognize the movies and to watch Short (playing totally over-the-top) react to and interact with these situations.

As an aside-note, the original cut of this film included a segment from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, which was later replaced by Hunt for Red October. I don't know why this was changed, but I thought the original scene was slightly more appealing.

Still, if you're planning a visit to Walt Disney Studios in Paris, don't miss this one!


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