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this ride/3-d information thing gave lots of info on movies...i especially likes how they showed you that the blood in psycho is just really chocolate syrup!
I am a huge fan of all of the Alfred Hitchcock movies so this attraction is great for me. It shows all kinds of background info on him and all of the secrets in his movies. I really enjoyed this until it was taken out.
Very informative. The 3-D film will catch you off guard and make you duck, dodge, etc. I must have spent an hour looking through those binoculars into the various apartments, but I never saw any suspicious activity.
Im going to miss this show, I didnt even realize that it was gone
. It was alright, but the main reason I liked it was because I believe that Hitchcock was a master at his work, portrayed incredibly on his numerous movies and the "Al Hitchcock Show", which was a fav of mine as a youngen (I dont even know if Nick-at-Night still hows it).
This was okay, but nothing special. I liked it because it was one of the few things left in the park that showed how special effects are made. But then again, Shrek 4D (its replacement) is much better.
This attraction is now closed at USF (as is Kongfrontation, btw) but I will posthumously praise it. First, Hitchcock was one heck of a director. Secondly, the attraction was the best of any at showing you something about how movies are actually made. For example, it shows how Hitch - way, way, way before computerized fx - was able to film a shot of a guy falling off the statue of liberty (in "Saboteur"
i thought this show was great....any hitchcock fan will enjoy it, although the birds were kinda dissapointing. i thought the host was pretty funny, and certainly enjoyed myself
I liked it the show. We had extra time on our hands so we decided to see it, but it isnt a must. But I liked it.
Above average show. The 3-D part is great and ahead of its time. This was a nice piece to the park and one of the truly "movie-traditional" attractions. Again, much rather see it stay in its classical form just for the expereince and appreciation of Hitchcock.
This presentation was a little on the long side, but probably good if you want to know more about filming.
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