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The development of Mushu was interesting. However, the hostess was speaking so very fast that she was incredibly difficult to understand. Children, especially those familiar with that character, will enjoy this epxerience, which is mildly interesting for adults when the presenter is intelligible.
The show is really bad. It used to be popular in 1989 when the park first opened. It hasnt changed much since. Some attractions must be updated while others never need to be. This is one of those times where updating is key
I was very bored throughout the entire thing. I dont even remember why I wanted to do it. I guess its good for kids
One of the only good parts of this attraction was being able to see the artists at work, but thats gone now! I guess seeing posters for upcoming movies is pretty cool, but you can see those on the internet if you realy want to. Im not saying to avoid this attraction, its just, MGM has some great attractions that you should make sure to check out before going to this show.
This attraction is only a shadow of its former self. Its weird to see the whole animation studio (which we were not allow to tour) shut down -- probably permanently.
I dont understand why people like this very much. This is the way Disney pretends their animation studios still exists even though it doesnt. I dont know what the animation drawing part was about, it was closed. In addition the Moushu part was all that exciting. Might be worth doing while at MGM but isnt worth a long wait.
This was a great attraction. I liked seeing behind the scenes. Since Im not an artist in the least it is cool to see people who can actually draw.
This was a pretty neat attraction, but I didnt neccessarily like the line. Being able to get a "sneek peak" at a future animated movie was ince (They were doing Brother Bear last summer), and the fact that they used to have to draw thousands and thousands of frames by hand. It really gives some appreciation to guys like good ol Walt. I just wish there was a little bit of action or comedy thrown in
The first part, the making of MuShu, was ok. Then, the guide spoke to us about animation, and about how their staff "had" grown to 300. When asked how many animators Disney currently has in Florida, he said they were all laid off two months ago. No wonder the whole next section, where you used to be able to see animators working, was "in progress." Then, they only had space for 1/3 of the tour to draw a character at the end. For this we waited?!?!?
Better than I thought it would be, but I cant imagine doing it again. Had the brattiest of all the children I have ever seen at a park. He was constinatly smarting off to his parents, swinging on the chain, etc. Then when they would tell him to stop the child would hit his parents repeatedly with a plastic sword. The whole experience was like a train wreck I just couldnt stop watching. Because of it my wife and I now have hand signals to point out different types of children or adults at a park.
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