FWIW....I've also had my eye on the Earthquake building...BackDraft at USH was *infinitely* more entertaining, IMO.
If you meant to say Twister (or both, really), then I agree with you.
I've also had my eye on the Earthquake building...BackDraft at USH was *infinitely* more entertaining, IMO.
Jaws, I guess, will remain intact indefinitely, if only just to annoy me... :)
I really wish I could experience BTTF one last time before its dimise. I remember that being the coolest ride ever, back in '94 or so, whenever it was new.
Long live the Big Bad Wolf
Acoustic Viscosity said:^"old and stupid."
You referring to ME, or to BTTF?
I guess it matters not in the long run, since it applies equally either way... :) :~P
You and Jeff are right too though, it's also "jerky, uncomfortable, beats the crap out of you"...and ill-timed, screen vs. DeLorean, leaving you a little queasy upon exit...
Funny item: Last time I rode BTTF, I want to say about 12-18 months ago, the entire complex was *deserted*. The op offered us another ride with no wait....I took him up. Shoulda declined like I did with the "free bonus lap" on PKD's Shockwave....lesson learned, LOL. ;)
They will replace all the interior, ride vehicles, and movie to go with the Simpsons theme.
It will most likely open the same weekend as the Simpsons Movie that has bean schedules to release for July 27th, 2007!!!
I love the Simpson and have seen almost every single episode (400th episode comes out this season!:):)!:)!)
But if the rumors are true and this becomes a Simpsons ride - see you later, McFly!
Also if its a Simpsons ride I bet they will have to pay through the roof to get the rights to them since they are owned by Fox and Universal is owned by NBC.
SR lines meant that MIB& Mummy were walk-ons....so I passed on Michael J Fox and Christoper Lloyd for Will Smith and Brendan Fraser... ;)
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