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  • Bugs Land or an E ticket?

    Are you happy with Bug's land or do you wish (like me) Disney would have put a no expense spared, future classic Bug's Life E ticket in its place instead? They could have done something so amazing with the Bugs life characters but they decide to build it on the cheap and give us what we got. What do you think they could have built instead (Bugs life themed) that would have just blown our minds?

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    Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

    keep the bugs theater and the bouniful valley farm but all of fliks fun fair can go BYE for a cool ride


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    • #3
      Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

      When I went to Bug's Land years ago, I was so bored. All the rides i would have loved had I been about 4 years younger...I think that land, of all the lands in DLR, is too much toward little kids...At least with Fantasy Land I enjoy all the rides...But Bug's Land felt too much toward young children, and nothing for adults as well (like FantasyLand)...I was certainly dissapointed when I first went there...So yes, I would rather have a Ride there instead of the Bug's Land.
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      • #4
        Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

        simulator ride

        Now, I'll turn that little mouse's dream into a nightmare Fantasmic!

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        • #5
          Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

          a dark ride in the facade of an ant hill id like that


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          • #6
            Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

            Yeah maybe I should have said Fliks Fun Fair because I really do like It's Tough to be a Bug. That should definately stay.

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            • #7
              Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

              Francis' Lady Bug Boogey is AWESOME!

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              • #8
                Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

                yea and i say keep the bountiful farm because its the only thing that honestly makes sense in california so it brings justification to the land as a whole. haha


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                • #9
                  Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

                  Keep "It's Tough To Be A Bug" and the the water spray fountains. It's a way to cool off during the hot day, lol!!

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                  • #10
                    Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

                    those concrete things are so nice to have around in the summer


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                    • #11
                      Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

                      DCA is not very friendly to young kids as far as attractions go. Keep Bug's land, there are still many other places to create some cutting edge rides.

                      Chad

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                      • #12
                        Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

                        Originally posted by aashee View Post
                        DCA is not very friendly to young kids as far as attractions go. Keep Bug's land, there are still many other places to create some cutting edge rides.

                        Chad
                        Yeah this is true and I see where your coming from but man they missed a huge oppurtunity when they built fliks fun fair(seriously these rides should take quarters IMO) They could have built the coolest dark ride ever. Totally family friendly something Moms, Dads and kids alike would have loved. They should sale the existing rides to a carnival or mall and do it right.

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                          Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

                          Originally posted by Diznyfan View Post
                          Yeah this is true and I see where your coming from but man they missed a huge oppurtunity when they built fliks fun fair(seriously these rides should take quarters IMO) They could have built the coolest dark ride ever. Totally family friendly something Moms, Dads and kids alike would have loved. They should sale the existing rides to a carnival or mall and do it right.
                          I agree Diz,

                          But people on these boards always recommend ripping something out and that costs a ton of dough. Either way, DCA is a ship without a commander. I won't go as far as saying it's a sinking ship, but, DCA is a rowboat next to Disneyland which is a yacht.

                          Chad

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                            Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

                            Keep the 3D movie but give us an omnimover Bug's attraction that goes through the ant hill and explore the world of ants. Go to Bug City and here's a chance for a ton of sight and sound gags from all over. Go to the circus too! And Finish off with a massive bird. I'd so love this!


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                            • #15
                              Re: Bugs Land or an E ticket?

                              Me too this is what I was thinking also. The whole feeling small thing is so cool. To shrink down to the size of an ant and experience life at their level, they could have taken the "Honorary Bug" thing to a whole new level.

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