Today we went back to Magic Kingdom in the morning to to do a few things we missed and eat lunch. First we headed to Tomorrow land and a new attraction called Monster’s Inc. Laugh Factory.
This attraction was an interactive character on screen using audience involvement to generate laughter for the “monsters” to use a power. The show was pretty lackluster and I would rate it a “don’t bother” if you are pressed for time. There was also a screaming two year old who didn’t want to be there. Instead of passing on through and taking him out of the theater, they sat in the back and watched the show while he continued to scream. Alot of people starting getting up and leaving before it was over, not sure if it was the bad show or the screamer that made them leave.
Next was Buzz Lightyear. A fun ride that allows you to shoot at targets and rack up points to win nothing but bragging rights. A popular ride and lots of fun.
Casey’s Hot Dogs, the best in Disney.
On to MGM Studios
First on the list, Tower of Terror. A ride that has you sitting in a service elevator that drops and rises in a different sequence so you don’t get the same ride twice.
A set display from The Chronicles of Narnia. The second installment of the series (Prince Caspian) is due in theaters next year.
A trip to MGM is not complete without seeing the Muppet 3D movie.
I think this was the first true 3D movie I ever saw and is still really good. Gotta love Muppets.
A walk by Star Wars and a show with Darth Vader and the Jedi’s.
Last thing before leaving the park, using our fast passes to ride Rock and Roll Roller Coaster. A high speed coaster running to the music of Aerosmith. It’s one of the smoothest and coolest coasters I’ve been on. Your in a “super stretch limo” and waiting for a traffic light when the car shoots forward and into a loop. From there its twists and turns on the “highway” on the way to a concert.
The day finished with dinner at Downtown Disney.