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  • krystledm
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    well, it's stale as is but with the 30th and the little text at the bottom of the screen, i think we might be seeing some changes next year

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  • Opus1guy
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    No problem with Star Wars in Disneyland myself. But I have to say I get the distinct impression that it's rapidly becoming a bit of a stale franchise for the Park. I think they really need to do something more and dramatic with it...or consider Star Tours as "Space Available For A Future Attraction" real estate.

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  • krystledm
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    Originally posted by Janie View Post
    No, it's not really a bad movie overall, and some of the animation work is really impressive. It was just a stylistic misfit. Blending 17th Century British seafaring elements with space opera/Buck Rogers-type elements didn't work as well as was hoped. And some of the characters were maybe a little predictable or bland. But it's an interesting diversion for an afternoon. Not really a bad film at all.
    i personally loved the movie, one of my faves! but if i had to choose, muppet treasure island was the better, lol

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  • elly
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    and now they are trying to put it back together again.
    at least they're trying...personally i see the current changes to tomorrowland as a breath of fresh air after the butchering of it in the last decade

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  • aimster
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    Who's scruffy looking?

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  • Janie
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    Originally posted by Frogberto View Post
    I have a bad feeling about this... but regarding the original post, what do you mean you saw Star Wars 17 in the theater? Has Star Wars 17 even come out yet?

    :lmao:
    I think he meant that he saw Star Wars 17 times in the theater.

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  • RobotMirror
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    I have a bad feeling about this... but regarding the original post, what do you mean you saw Star Wars 17 in the theater? Has Star Wars 17 even come out yet?

    :lmao:

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  • Janie
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    Originally posted by robotpirates View Post
    I still haven't seen that movie. Is it really that bad? lol.
    No, it's not really a bad movie overall, and some of the animation work is really impressive. It was just a stylistic misfit. Blending 17th Century British seafaring elements with space opera/Buck Rogers-type elements didn't work as well as was hoped. And some of the characters were maybe a little predictable or bland. But it's an interesting diversion for an afternoon. Not really a bad film at all.

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  • Doofy
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    I don't think there is a place that Star Wars doesn't belong. In my teen years Star Wars was what I looked forward to in Disneyland.

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  • BigThunder
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    Does Star Wars belong in Disneyland? Sure. Why not. Too late to turn back now... We're caught in some sort of tractor beam...

    By the way... That's no moon, it's a space station.

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  • Disneyland Daddy
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    Originally posted by DarthBrian View Post
    And we're both right. Get used to it.

    Ok. HAHAH

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  • stinkerbell
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    Originally posted by robotpirates View Post
    I still haven't seen that movie. Is it really that bad? lol.
    I'll let you know when I finish it.....I started it about three years ago. :lol:

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  • DarthBrian
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    Originally posted by Disneyland Daddy View Post
    Ha ha ha ...so George says it belongs in Disneyland, so it does? I have a friend who believes the same thing.
    And we're both right. Get used to it.

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  • Disneyland Daddy
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    Originally posted by stinkerbell View Post
    Wowza. At least they're good movies with a huge following. I don't want to see a Treasure Planet attraction at Disneyland just because it's a Disney movie. :blink:
    Well, it's cool. I mean, it was just a topic to discuss. I saw Treasure Planet - thought it was a 'fun' movie, but an attraction might not be a good idea - agreed.

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  • robotpirates
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    Originally posted by stinkerbell View Post
    I don't want to see a Treasure Planet attraction at Disneyland just because it's a Disney movie. :blink:
    I still haven't seen that movie. Is it really that bad? lol.

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  • stinkerbell
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    Originally posted by Disneyland Daddy View Post
    I just feel that if it doesn't have a 'Disney tie' it doesn't belong - you know?
    Wowza. At least they're good movies with a huge following. I don't want to see a Treasure Planet attraction at Disneyland just because it's a Disney movie. :blink:

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  • hollywood1939
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    Well with ToT, Disney has a contract with CBS for something like 30 years so they can use the Twilight Zone theme.

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  • ladyalmalthea
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    Originally posted by Disneyland Daddy View Post

    My question, however is : "Does Star Wars 'stuff' really belong in Disneyland?"
    Yoda in Mickey ears? Precious

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  • Disneyland Daddy
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    Originally posted by DarthBrian View Post
    It was George's idea, I believe. So yeah, I think it belongs in Disneyland.

    Same with Indy.
    Ha ha ha ...so George says it belongs in Disneyland, so it does? I have a friend who believes the same thing.

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  • DarthBrian
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    It was George's idea, I believe. So yeah, I think it belongs in Disneyland.

    Same with Indy.


    Roger Rabbit and Nightmare Before Christmas are Touchstone movies which is owned by Disney so they definitely belong in Disneyland.

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