The pre-show video was created to prepare guests for their journey (via the Jurassic Park River Adventure Boats)into "Jurassic Park" at Universal Studios. The pre-show featured John Hammond... See full summary »
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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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.
The Men in Black have relocated - to Universal Studios Florida. MIB Special Services has created an edutainment-type attraction called The Universe and You, out of which Intergalactic Alien... See full summary »
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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This show is located in Future World at Walt Disney's Experimental Prototype Community Of Tomorrow (EPCOT). It is also shown in Discoveryland in the Disneyland park at Disneyland Resort Paris. It used to be viewed in the Tomorrowland section of Disneyland where it was shown in the 3-D theater that once showed Captain EO (1986). 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 saw this twice at Disneyland, once when I was 9 and the other last year. For 3D this is pretty damn impressive, with the effects naturally stealing the show, with the dog sneezing on the audience and the snake opening its mouth scaring the life out of me both times. The storyline was daft but engaging enough which is pretty much the same for Honey I Shrunk the Kids as well, and the acting from particularly Rick Moranis and Eric Idle was very well done. Even the sound effects and music were excellent, and it ended nicely. The only let down was that on my second visit last year, the lip synching seemed a little sloppy on occasions. Still, it was an impressive and well rounded 3D experience. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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