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  • Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

    Not that I want back Captaion EO, but "Honey, we've milked this thing long enough."

    Does it ever change? Even seasonally?
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    Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

    I have never seen it change but I only get to visit every few years.

    I agree that they have really milked that show dry and most younger kids probably don't even remember the series of movies that "inspired" this show so to them it is probably totally random. In my opinion, this is just another portion of Tomorrowland that they have really let slip.

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      Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

      Saddly it never changes. It is always the same old boring show that can't seem to find an audience.

      I can't wait for them to replace this dog of a show.
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        Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

        So the Country Bears were considered Un-hip but "Honey, is Reagan still Presedient" is good..... I thought at least there would be seasonal variations.

        I realize things like LOST maybe only popular for a few years but but that has as much to do with Tomarrowland as "Honey" does. Why not a film on LOST or hell Muppets in Space is more culturally relevant in 2006!
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          Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

          Hopefully whatever they replace it with will have various endings or different elements. They seem to be into that "variation" of experiences lately.
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            Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

            I must be the only person who actually likes Honey, I Shrunk the Audience...

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              Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

              No Lazy Boy, I like it too, but i am taking my 6 and 3 year olds next week and this show is nothing but random people in an odd situation. There is no history for them, no connection. I am sure they will enjoy it but it would se much more if it were based on a morer recent subject.
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                Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

                Originally posted by Beatle_johnny
                I realize things like LOST maybe only popular for a few years but but that has as much to do with Tomarrowland as "Honey" does. Why not a film on LOST or hell Muppets in Space is more culturally relevant in 2006!
                What? How is LOST anywhere close to tomorrowland? Honey deals with science, that's a lot closer than people stuck on an island. A good attraction is not based on cultural relevancy. If it's done well enough, it will last for generations.

                Disney makes mistakes when they focus on what's cool at the moment.

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                  Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

                  Originally posted by Beatle_johnny
                  No Lazy Boy, I like it too, but i am taking my 6 and 3 year olds next week and this show is nothing but random people in an odd situation. There is no history for them, no connection. I am sure they will enjoy it but it would se much more if it were based on a morer recent subject.
                  Why don't you show them 'Honey I blew up the kid' then? Or if you don't think it's too scary the original or even the lame third one? It's only irrelevant if you make it so (the you is in general)

                  I finally saw it last Sunday, and I thought it was decent nothing too exciting now with the other 4-D shows around, but I'm sure it was really cool back in 1994.
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                    Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

                    Originally posted by lazyboy97O
                    I must be the only person who actually likes Honey, I Shrunk the Audience...
                    I do like the show but I think it is time for something new. The show has been there for many, many years and since it is in Tomorrowland I feel there is an even bigger need for them to keep things fresh since that is the theme of the land.

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                      Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

                      Originally posted by lazyboy97O
                      I must be the only person who actually likes Honey, I Shrunk the Audience...
                      Count me in as well.
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                        Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

                        Originally posted by Dustysage
                        Saddly it never changes. It is always the same old boring show that can't seem to find an audience.

                        I can't wait for them to replace this dog of a show.
                        Well, it found the audience. Nearly everyone has seen it once. That's it. That's what movie-based attractions do in a theme park that is generally not a once-in-a-lifetime experience for its guests.

                        And I thought the main reason for Disney to create movie-based attractions was that it was easier to change/update them than something like HM with scenes and a moving guest-contraption.
                        Yet, which one gets a makeover once a year???

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                          Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

                          Yes a Lost 3D movie would be awesome. And for those of you who don't watch it, it does have to do with science and strange expieraments. It could be so cool!!!

                          I also think midnight showing's of EO (when the park is open till midnight) would be a really great idea. It could be a totally underground type of thing that you just have to find out about from people in the know. They might have to edit the film a little though because Honey uses its own special aspect ratio.

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                            Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

                            Hehehe...Lost could belong in Adventureland since it's all tropical but no way in Tomorrowland. I'd want to see that even less than Honey... :thumbdown: They just need to refresh things with a new film or show in there.
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                              Re: Does HOney I Shrunk The Audience ever change???

                              Originally posted by Experiment626
                              Hehehe...Lost could belong in Adventureland since it's all tropical but no way in Tomorrowland. I'd want to see that even less than Honey... :thumbdown: They just need to refresh things with a new film or show in there.
                              Yeah. I have no clue as to why people would like to see "Lost" in TL... it doesn't have *anything* to do with the land!

                              They should bring back Captain EO. The mere sight of Michael Jackson will confuse everyone - "Honey, who is the bad guy? The witch or the kid abuser?"

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