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The intro lasted way too long, but the actual show had really good 3d action. And the guy disappearing into the screen worked seemlessly!
this is a good show if there is no line and you have ridden everything else already,the effects are unoriginal and outdated,and personaly it ruined the terminator franchise for me,have ridden it twice and was mildley amusing the first time around and was left yawning the second time around,ITS TIME TO REPLACE THIS RIDE UNIVERSAL!
The best 3D show I have ever seen. I loved the theming of it. The preshow was great. It was nice to have the audience participating and enjoying themeselves. The 90s music was even fun to listen to! The scrolling marquee was fun to read. I loved the personality of Kimberly Duncan. It was just "Super". (She even added a "Thats just delicious." in there.) The pre-show movie was cool too.
The 3D film it self doesnt rely on too much 3D effects because it doesnt need too. This film is much more than that. It is more of a live action theater. I loved the live action!! And when the side walls came down to unveil more screens, it blew me away. The way the actors also interacted with the film was flawless.
The ending was the best part. The smoke from the explosion actually fills the entire theater to where you cant see the person even sitting next to you. JUST AWESOME!
By far, the best and my favorite 3D show ever created!
This is the absolute best 3-D show ever. In fact, this is the best theme park show ever. Ive never known any show that could so seamlessly integrate a preshow with the main show, which itself integrates a film, live action, and 3-D and 4-D effects perfectly. The preshow is wonderfully satirical, with the infamous Kimberly Duncan hosting. Super. Once in the main auditorium, there is a lot of live action with the characters running around amongst the audience, and the Terminator himself even drives a motorcycle out of the film onto the stage. The 3-D in the film is not meant to make you jump the way 3-D usually does. It is meant to look real. They even use three screens that wrap around the theater at one point. That giant metal spider thing that guards the central computer is the best 3-D effect I have ever seen. It moves around among the three screens and I swear its arms come just inches from your face. I just cant say enough about how the actors on stage exactly match what is being done on film, as well as how they move into and out of the screen. The final explosion of the central computer literally jolts the entire theater and fills it up with smoke, which always receives an ovation. This is flawless. 3-D at its best!
not much different from most 3-D Shows.the best part is when the floor drops
this was a great ride with robots on the side of you shooting holes in targets before it starts is unimaginable and before you go in to the cinima there are intrtainers and anyone that has been on this will no what i mean when i say:super
Amazing. The blend of 3D and real life actors works really well. The screen is huge, and the fact that it stars all the cast of T2 helps a lot. Plenty of surprises, loads of thrills, some terrible one-liners and great special effects. Theres also a few in-jokes for T2 fans ("welcome to the dyson memorial theater"
A pretty simple 3-d show.
I liked the personality of the actors outside the movie.
Also, the screen before we got in sent us messeges like "your tour guides name is Kinberly She gives me the creeps"
LOved this show! I liked how they had the robots that shot out lasers and cool stuff.
This was pretty fun but the effects could have been better. Maybe it was just me but it seemed like there werent that many effects throughout the thing. The ones they had were pretty good though. However I still prefer shows like Muppets 4-D.
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