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  • aerinpegadrak
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    Re: Wouldn't the Imagineers love to get their hands on...

    Buzz actually has a fairly coherent plotline that's laid out pretty well in the queue. I admit that the track layout is pretty boring, but otherwise I disagree with your assessment.

    Besides, people ride Buzz to shoot at shiny things. It's fairly simple.

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  • Professortango
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    Originally posted by DisneyLandFreak88 View Post
    Why the only thing buzz needs is more targets!!
    ....and a plotline, conflict, better theming, and interesting track layout besides a lazy river.

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  • Quacky4Donald
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    Originally posted by Uzmati View Post
    Looks cool doesn't it?
    To say the least! Damn Eisner era! I swear that guy has no brain in his head.

    ...Joe...

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  • Uzmati
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    Originally posted by JosephTNielsen View Post
    OMG, THAT VERSION IS SO MUCH BETTER! MAN! I want it in DLAND! :whines:

    LOL

    ...Joe...

    Looks cool doesn't it?

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  • Quacky4Donald
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    OMG, THAT VERSION IS SO MUCH BETTER! MAN! I want it in DLAND! :whines:

    LOL

    ...Joe...

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  • Uzmati
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    Re: Wouldn't the Imagineers love to get their hands on...

    Originally posted by DisneyLandFreak88 View Post
    Why the only thing buzz needs is more targets!!
    Yeah, some Pooh Bear targets.

    Pooh should be gutted and redone.
    THIS (Tokyo Disneyland's Pooh's Huney Hunt) should be the blueprint

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  • Saddlesore Swanson
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    Originally posted by JosephTNielsen View Post
    Doesn't the WDW version have some sort of room for Tigger where the actual vehicle jumps up and down? I vaguely remember a friend of mine telling me that.

    ...Joe...
    It's at Tokyo Disneyland actually.

    Originally posted by hollywood1939 View Post
    What's the point of the vehicle moving up and down? Besides that I think it's ok, but not great.
    Because it's dope/awesome/nifty.

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  • demento57
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    I remember the last time I was at WDW, back in 1998, Buzz Lightyear was a walk on. Which we thought was cool, because it was totally new and different for us. But after having it here for a couple years, I can see why nobody goes on it at WDW.

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  • tahoebob54
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    Originally posted by Speedway View Post
    (I'm not talking just about the Disney geek demographic here - I'm trying to include 'normal' people too).


    What, we are not normal!!!!

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  • figment1986
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    Originally posted by Tool View Post
    Buzz Lightyear is a far worse ride than Pooh. They should get rid or work on that ride instead.
    how about WDW's first

    Originally posted by DisneyLandFreak88 View Post
    Why the only thing buzz needs is more targets!!
    Agree!!!

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  • DisneyLandFreak88
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    Why the only thing buzz needs is more targets!!

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  • Hank Hill
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    Buzz Lightyear is a far worse ride than Pooh. They should get rid or work on that ride instead.

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  • lazyboy97O
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    Originally posted by hollywood1939 View Post
    What's the point of the vehicle moving up and down?
    Because you're bouncing with Tigger. It's "bouncy, trouncy, flouncy, pouncy, fun, fun, fun!"

    I'm sure the Imagineers would love to go Blue Sky on all of the attractions.

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  • hollywood1939
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    What's the point of the vehicle moving up and down? Besides that I think it's ok, but not great.

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  • Quacky4Donald
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    Doesn't the WDW version have some sort of room for Tigger where the actual vehicle jumps up and down? I vaguely remember a friend of mine telling me that.

    ...Joe...

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  • Lore
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    My problems with the ride goes deeper than the displays. The path is flat and dull and the building seems almost as if it was designed for another type of ride entirely.

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  • Loomis
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    And a 'floating Pooh' just brings up a whole lot of other messy problems...

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  • Missviolet
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    I really like the Pooh ride, but I must admit, it looks a bit off.

    I know that people don't like the Heffalump and Woozle part of the ride, but it's my favorite. Maybe the colors could be toned down a bit. They're a bit gaudy. Maybe they could add a scene where you're going through the bee hive following Pooh's balloon and they could add that effect that's in Indian Jones.. the air spear thing.. Make it seem like the bees are flying by and stuff. I dunno.. *ponders*

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  • Wouldn't the Imagineers love to get their hands on...

    The Many Adventures of the Floating Pooh?

    I mean, I'm not proposing an entire attraction shut down and overhaul because its highly unlikely Disney would do that. But what if Pooh was improved and gradually brought up to Disney dark ride standard through plussing and slowly adding new show elements? Just little surprises here and there?

    Anything else that would make the attraction more appealing to general guests overall (I'm not talking just about the Disney geek demographic here - I'm trying to include 'normal' people too).

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