so they spend billions on a refurbishment plan for DCA, which will be done in mid-2012.
And they put this in during the time all that construction is going on.
Now with disney, hate to say things are awful..
whats a polite way to say this. its awful.
I think it's a nice, harmless little production.
I wish they could've interrupted the non-stop dance-fest with a little dialogue here and there to at least try and set up some kind of story tying the show into its backlot setting.
But in the end, it's basically a show about nothing featuring some impressive dance talent, exactly like how Drawn to the Magic was a show about nothing featuring some amazing singing talent.
That's it, really. :/
Anyone want to guess how long this show will stay around?
From the watching video, the mouth moving, eye blinking is wasted in this show. The technology for this type of Mickey is much more impressive with the Meet and Greets they tried in Toontown earlier this year.
As for the show itself, yikes! That's the kind of show they really want to place in Hollywood Pictures Backlot? I think they need to start with an entirely new concept for this outdoor stage area.
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I don't understand how this awful show made it all the way to the stage. I thought it was actually funny seeing Mickey dance around... but I don't think it's supposed to be a comedy show.
Blah... not awesome.