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Wonders Of China is a movie/show. It is fun, rewatchable, it has a large capacity, and a long duration. It is a very nicely themed area.
This is a breahtaking video show of China. I loved the film and I thought it was an absolutely stunning experience. I really want to visit China now!
This was an interesting show and the first time ive experienced the Circle Vision projection.
A good movie, and better than the France or Canada movies. This movie is a bit odd in that China is presenting itself as a western society, when for a long time they were trying not do that. Like the other movies this is propaganda 101.
How many films is EPCOT going to have?!? Ive seen all of them at EPCOT because my mom is fan of them, I just cant find myself to enjoy them as much as she does. Dont get me wrong these are all good films as this one is, I just dont enjoy watching them at theme parks, Id much rather go ride something.
I liked it though you stand up throughout. Its great because it really makes you want to go to China, but can get a little boring in some parts.
A movie where you can stand for 20 minutes what a great idea. Last time I went one screen didnt work, but that was still better then 2 not working during O Canada. World showcase is more about scenary and dining anyway.
A good 360 degree movie. The movie has been updated now so that it includes more cities that now come under China (Hong Kong, etc). Its a good movie, but not as good as OCanada or Impressions de France, I think this is probably due to the film not having any memorable music like the other two. A must see to complete your world wide journey throughout World Showcase.
Great! Ive always wanted to visit China and this sparked my interests even more. Got their points across with great shots in a short amount of time too. Well done. This gets an 8 though because there are no seats! Why doesnt Disney believe in seats?
Why cant the world showcase replace some of their movies with rides? If I wanted to see a travel film for china I would call a travel agent. The 360 degree screens are good, but they dont do as much for this as they do with timekeeper.
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