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  1. 8 points
    charlie88

    New for 2018

    Will fit right in...
  2. 6 points
    Martin.C

    New for 2018

    Sorry, but Timber Tug and Lumber Jump are not worthy subsititutes for X’s replacement. If Loggers Leap was to reopen the same year as this re-theme of X, this may all be manageable but no indication suggests this to be the case at the moment. So as things currently stand, the lineup for families is likely going to be reduced for 2018 and this is where the problem lies with me. If this Walking Dead theme for X is going to result in a new height/age restriction imposed, what coasters are those between the 1m - 1.4m height bracket going to be left to ride in the park other than Flying Fish? Nothing. At least with Chessington and Alton Towers there is a wide variety of coasters which appeal to this market, as well as older audiences such as Vampire, Dragon’s Fury, Spinball, Runaway Mine Train, Thirteen and hopefully Wicker Man soon. X might have spent the majority of it’s life so far since 1996 with a 1.4m height restriction, but I consider these last 4 years to be the better years of the ride since it finally stopped pretending to be an extreme thrill and started to welcome kids as young as 5 onto it at long last, whilst appealing to the young adults at the same time. If it happens, why would the park want to reverse this decision and theme it on a horror TV show, other than to plaster an IP over it with another hyperbolic “world first” claim? It makes no sense other than for marketing reasons.
  3. 5 points
    Ryan

    Time Person of the Year

    Jart
  4. 5 points
    Benin

    New for 2018

    WD could mean anything though: Wall Dump Wealth Drain Wrangling Dumbs Wenger Danger W*** Decisions
  5. 4 points
    RobPHolt94

    New for 2018

    WGruffalo Dride
  6. 3 points
    Coaster

    Blackpool Pleasure Beach

    Pleasure Beach have posted some fantastic pictures of the immelman through various stages of construction, it looks amazing! https://www.facebook.com/blackpoolpleasurebeach/
  7. 3 points
    Mark9

    End of year review 2017

    If 2015 and 2016 were anything, empty would be the main word. I'd lost my coaster enthusiasm in a big way with only trips to the Disney parks across Florida, California and Paris being real highlights, their blend of capacity, good hours and efficiency being real draws. Any time I'd visited Merlin parks, I'd been frustrated with just how boring and badly run they had become. If I remember 2017 for anything, it would be the year that I got back into theme parks in a big way. It happened relatively late on in the year though, with only a trip to Disneyland Paris in February before the 25th anniversary celebrations begun. I had been planning a trip with a few others for the beginning of April. This was the real kickstarter frankly. Parc Asterix, Nigloland, Holiday Park, Phantasialand, Movie Park Germany and Efteling on the agenda. This was a sublime trip with big parks and some fantastic rides. I could wax lyrical about Alpina Blitz at Niglo for hours. This to me is why Mack rides are so exciting. Intense, full of air time, perfect restraint systems and operations. It's been a long time since I've gone back again and again for a rollercoaster, let alone ride that same ride 10 times in a day. But Alpina Blitz is something special. This is why the idea of Icon at Blackpool is so exciting because Mack rides are rerideable and damn good fun. Getting back on Oz'Iris, Black Mamba and Taron filled me with delight too. I always wondered if I had just over-rated Oz'Iris back when I first rode it but now I know that I hadn't. It's a genuinely good, unique inverter and the operations were absolutely perfect. Whilst Tonnere de Zeus was a bit disappointing this time around, I still maintain that Goudurix is just brilliantly awful. The thrill comes from wondering if you will survive. I was still disappointed with Expedition Ge Force. I know why people like it and even get why this was rated Number one rollercoaster for years But we've moved on now and the stupid loading procedures and strictness of the ride holds it back in so many ways. Don't ride Alpina Blitz the day before is all I can advise. A ride that did surprise was Van Helsing at Movie Park. Wow. It's just a simple Gerstlauer bobsled but it was a big shock at how good it was. Very forceful cornering that compete with our own Rattlesnake at Chessington. The final park was Efteling which I wish we had longer at. It's back on the agenda for 2018 because I just didn't feel like I got the full Efteling experience. I really liked Baron 1898 for what its worth and the fairy dark ride was pure class from start to finish. (side note, has anyone seen that seven rollercoasters you need to ride in 2018 video thats been going around? Why is Baron even on that list?!) With that excitement over the next trip was IMO the best park in the world, Europa Park. It's no secret that I love Europa and every time I go it surprises and delights at every turn. It was weirdly quiet, managed to stay on Blue Fire twice in a row for example and we didn't really queue longer then 20 minutes for Arthur. We didn't know it was to be our last rides on EuroSat 1. It was running fantastically well. There's something about these older dark rides that just surprise at every turn. Wodan was also running fantastically. Every successive trip, it just seems to get better and better. Whilst I prefer Blue Fire, Wodan really is a great coaster. Coupled onto this trip was a few days at Paris to do all the 25th anniversary shows and to experience Hyperspace Mountain. Yuck. I don't really like it when a ride like Space Mountain has a theme chucked at it in such a haphazard way. The new trains are fine, but the use of Star Wars doesn't work here. New Illuminations is also not very good. There I said it. Stop trying to sell me your brands in such a blatant way. July time and it was off to Walygator for Monster. This is a pretty damn good B&M and whilst Walygator is a bit of a dump, Monster almost makes up for it. One final trip to Paris happened (annual pass fun) and then November and off to Florida for a two week vacation. (lol America) I'll first talk about Busch Gardens and Seaworld before descending into Disney. Do Busch and Seaworld ever get busy? For example, I've never queued longer then 10 minutes at Busch for anything. Walk on Montu, Cheetah Hunt is lovely but surely it shouldn't be that way in Florida. Suffice to say my feelings for certain rides has changed. I'm not sure what they've done to Kumba for example but it felt like the wheels were squares. It was running quite roughly throughout whilst was slightly disappointing as I'd previously loved it. Montu was fine but it really doesn't compare to Oz'iris, Monster, Nemesis. It's first half is fine, but the second half is just the train wondering around finding its way to the ending. Sheikra is excellent. So much force and air time throughout. I hear that it's hated in theme park circles and I really don't get why. Cobras Curse was new last year and seemed to be having a lot of problems. We managed two rides and it was an okay enough ride but was a bit haphazard in its execution. Seaworld has three top quality rollercoasters and thats it. Luckily, these are B&M"s and three very strong ones at that. I'll start with Kraken (or Kraken Unleashed) which has been completely wrecked by VR. I'm not sure how the queue works anymore because the queue is closed off with a gate for the whole day and you have to ask to ride without VR. If you want VR you have to grab a virtual queue ticket. You could easily lie however and just queue normally and get straight on. But if you have a virtual queueing ticket you get priority onto the ride and can still just choose not to use the VR if you so desire. It was weird. The VR is fine but again it take away from the quality B&M experience you could be having instead. I'd never really liked Kraken that much before but I really enjoyed it this time around. It felt a bit rough around the edges and less smoother then before so maybe I like the more visceral experience. Manta is excellent. The flyer is a bit of an under-rated gem in Europe to be honest and its a shame its never really taken off because from what I've seen and experienced, the flyer is the most intense B&M product available. I know some don't like pretzel loops but I absolutely adore them. MORE PRETZEL LOOPS PLEASE. And finally... Mako. My experience with B&M Hypers is ashamedly lacking. I've only been on Silver Star and Shambhala so far so I was looking forward to Mako. A few things with this first. Most hypers have nine rows, Mako has seven so it looks really short and oddly shaped compared to the norm. I think this may explain why Mako is so much more airtimey and 'intense' compared to the others I've been on because the air time here was far more in the Intamin category of air time then the norm. The first half of Mako is excellent and surprisingly intense. It felt far more violent that I'm accustomed to from Shambhala for example which takes everything far more calmly. Mako isn't like this at all. What does take away its edge though is two trim breaks. WHY DO THEY DO THIS. Mako has two and the first nearly kills an air time hill, the second makes for a poorer ending then Mako really deserves. What Mako does do is deliver another excellent B&M for Seaworld who IMO have one of the strongest B&M line ups in the world. There, I said it. So Disney World. This was all really about Animal Kingdom frankly. It delivered. There's a slight bit of animosity towards Pandora: The Land of Avatar and I get where that comes from. But it pales into significance of how incredible the area is. It's immersive, its full of little details and each walk through of the area is full of surprises. It's particularly amazing at night when the pathways come to life, full of colour, the plants shine, the waterfalls glisten. There are two rides in the area. Flights of Passage is the big one which gets 180 minute queues from the start, all the way to the end of the day. The other is Navi River Journey, a small boat ride that takes you through the land of Pandora. For all my money (and worth), I think Navi River Journey is the better ride. This goes slightly against the grain but to me, I prefer the physicality of River Journey with a particularly impressive animatronic. Flights of Passage only just justifies its long queue time and if I was being cruel, it's just a slightly more impressive Star Tours. There's no doubt that what Disney have done here is tried to put you on a journey, to wake you up to the damage being done to our world, albeit very subtlety. I just find the pre-shows over long and full of faff, impressive faff but faff nonetheless. What does impress however is Expedition Everest at night. Disney are the masters at lighting and riding Everest in pitch darkness has to rate as one of my favourite rollercoaster experiences. Rivers of Lights, Animal Kingdoms new night-time show is impressive in its small scale. It's not like the castle firework shows where its essentially a Disney clip show. RoL is about how we live with animals and our bond with nature. I really liked it. Nothing to really report about Hollywood Studios and Epcot was it's usual retirement home of locals and retail. Frozen Ever After is fine if unremarkable but just about enough to justify its queue times. Happily Ever After, the new firework show at Magic Kingdom is fantastic. The Christmas event was fun but no way on earth am I queuing three hours to meet Moana. And with that another theme park year is over. It's been one where I finally feel back into the theme park groove. Hope this wasn't to long a read and congratulations if you've made it to the end.
  8. 3 points
    BaronC.

    Heide Park

    The park have broken their silence on Colossos and released a video (in German) about it. Essentially, in summer 2016, the condition of the rails was found to be a terrible state and the ride had to close immediately. Being Intamin (presumably), it's different to other wooden coasters, takes longer and more money to repair, and requires a full track replacement amongst other things. Heide management are awaiting a decision from the big guys at Merlin as to whether they'll be given the money to fund the repairs, and an announcement of the decision will be made on 11th January. Part of me feels that because they've made an announcement like this, this is actually a good sign. Maybe they already know the ride is staying, and 11th January is when work starts / a reopening date is set. To me, it'd feel strange to publicly say 'we're waiting on a decision from people above us about money' when it's undecided. But who knows..
  9. 2 points
    Mark9

    Top 10's

    Top five new rollercoasters 2017. 1. Alpina Blitz - Nigloland 2. Mako - Seaworld Orlando 3. Monster - Walygator 4. Baron 1898 - Efteling 5. Van Helsing - Movie Park Germany
  10. 2 points
    Mark9

    New for 2018

    Right, but that isn't working. Park numbers are still down, trying to make an interesting dark ride for older teenagers hasn't worked, trying to regain the family market isn't working either. Thorpe's biggest problem is that it just doesn't know what it wants to be. X is Thorpe Park in ride form. Jumping from theme to theme, idea to idea for the last twenty years and never letting it stick or settle. All that effort with X to get it to be a 1 metre height restriction and a Walking Dead theme completely flies in the face of that. Look at any park that has numbers on the up around the globe, all of them know their branding, know who they are wanting to attract. Chessington, despite so many flaws, knows who it is advertising at. I'm not an expert but I can't be the only one fed up of these miserable themes at Thorpe Park. If I see one more barbed fence, run down wreck added to the line up...
  11. 2 points
    alexander

    The Future of SAW - The Ride

    It's not that the ride has aged poorly as such, it's just the ride was crap to begin with.
  12. 2 points
    BaronC.

    Time Person of the Year

    I would like to nominate MattyMoo, for dedication to our lord and saviour Jart.
  13. 2 points
    Mitchada04

    Heide Park

    Maybe Heide are starting a civil war with Merlin and putting the pressure on them! It would say a lot though if Merlin don't fund this, it's one of the parks major attractions and I'd much rather them reopen it and see no investment for a year or 2 over getting some Peppa Pig land (which I guess is safe to presume the two slated for next year are going to Heide and Garda as they can't go to our parks)
  14. 2 points
    BaronC.

    New for 2018

    This whole thing takes us back to the position that Thorpe were in 7 or 8 years ago though. Thorpe still catered for families enough up until 2009/2010, and then solely focused on the thrill / teenager market from then. It worked at first, but wasn't profitable enough, nor sustainable enough, hence why they reverted back to trying to attract families from 2013/2014 onwards. By turning X back from a family friendly ride to a scare ride is a complete u-turn on what they've done on the past few years. That's where people are having the problem. The park have been trying to get the family market back and make things more balanced, yet they've done this, which seems to undo all that. Thorpe have strayed away from the Thrill Capital line over the past 3 or so years, instead opting for the 'Island Like No Other' brand (indeed, 2017 essentially saw that rebrand come into full effect). It's still very thrill focused, but there's no reason they can't be thrilling and attract families!
  15. 2 points
    Coaster

    Blackpool Pleasure Beach

    Icon photo update from BPB; More photos here; https://www.facebook.com/blackpoolpleasurebeach/ Have to say it's looking great - almost surreal to see such a brand new looking coaster next to a 94 year old wooden coaster, and the high-five interaction looks superb! Only thing I'm unsure on is the station, Pleasure Beach have a tradition of building unusual or iconic ride stations, but this literally looks like a box at the moment - I'll reserve full judgement until it's finished though.
  16. 2 points
    Benin

    New for 2018

    Just realised Wallet Drain would be a better option, oh well...
  17. 2 points
    pluk

    New for 2018

    Yay, barbed wire. I know I can't get enough of the stuff when at a theme park.
  18. 2 points
    Martin Doyle

    New for 2018

    I wonder if loggers leap will reopen themed to the movie Deliverance whilst we are at it?? or swarm rethemed to my little pony and marketed to families
  19. 2 points
    Martin.C

    New for 2018

    So it appears Thorpe have decided to take a popular family coaster, which served well between 2013 - 2017 for the 1m - 1.3m audience, retheme it to what is likely going to be on The Walking Dead judging by these plans, possibly add a new height/age restriction as a result, just to make another tacky and depressing IP-based "world first"?
  20. 2 points
    OlivusPrime

    New for 2018

    You're going to need a taller watchtower to see past the abomination in front of X...
  21. 1 point
    Coaster

    Gardaland

    Merlin once again demonstrating how they are ahead of the game, it's not like a family owned park has had a Peppa Pig Land since 2011 or anything...
  22. 1 point
    Mark9

    Park Operations

    If they do stay on the calendar (which I massively doubt based on past history and the fact that not even the majority of bigger companies have twelve hour park days), Thorpe will need to do a lot to convince people to stay till 10pm. Just having the rides available is nowhere near enough.
  23. 1 point
    BaronC.

    Walibi Holland

    So Walibi Holland is still in it's phase of trying to make brash, in your face, marketing work.. This year, they went through a bit of a rebrand, getting rid of their 'f#!k slow, #HardGaan' (go fast) slogan for a more friendly 'Dare to get real'. But according to the park, that hasn't worked and they had a bad year this year. So they're currently looking at the following new slogans for the park... 1) No chill! 2) The thickest kicks 3) Scream it out 4) Walibi, holy s#!* 5) Waaaaaaalibi! All pretty brash and underlying tones there. Makes me glad Thorpe at least realised the fat head thing was a dead end...
  24. 1 point
    BaronC.

    The Small Parks Thread

    The French baby brother of the Walibi parks, Walibi Rhone-Alpes, is getting a Gerstlauer (presumably Infinity) coaster for 2019... It'll feature the first vertical lift in France and a "special surprise" at the end.. This represents continued major investment at the small park, which added a Gravity Group woodie last year and are spending €5m on a new family area for 2018. So things are really big at the moment. It's great to see Walibi doing great things with their parks...mostly. There's this and Belgium is getting it's €100m overhaul from next year. But Walibi Holland is still stagnating a bit bar Lost Gravity and some paint, and the investments elsewhere make their rumoured S&S free spin coaster for 2019 look very much like a short straw.
  25. 1 point
    It depends on how you measure popularity. Because the throughput on it isn't the highest (not helped by varying capacity and shutdowns), it's ridership numbers will never be as high as the coasters, for example. But if you discounted the major coasters, I'd assume it's the most ridden attraction. One thing I always use to gauge popularity is how long people are prepared to queue for something. If the general public see a 2 hour queue and go 'I'm happy to wait that', I see it as something that is popular since people are happy to invest that wait time for what they think will be a quality end result. Ghost Train regularly kept long queue times and the public were prepared to wait long times. Obviously it's a skewed way of looking at things since it's new, people are prepared to wait longer, they've likely heard horror stories about wait times, etc, but it's something. Be interesting to see the situation in a couple of seasons. In terms of how the ride is being rated, I believe it largely improved. In particular, it was rated scarier than last year. So in that sense, Merlin will see it as something that's improved. And even if it doesn't feel like it to some, reliability was a whole lot better this year.
  26. 1 point
    RobPHolt94

    Thorpe Shark Hotel

    It's just occurred to me Thorpe SHark Hotel Thorpe SHippingContainer Hotel Coincidence? I think NOT
  27. 1 point
    StevenVig

    TPM Christmas Meet 2017!!

    If any activity should get cut, it should be Sealife. Once you've seen one, you've seen them all, we see it every year, and whenever we go through it everyone just runs through it and is out within 20 minutes anyway.
  28. 1 point
    StevenVig

    The Future of Rumba Rapids!

    Do you wanna mention the jungle theme again or nah? 🙄 Also, you realise the little theming it currently has, is already supposed to be a jungle theme....
  29. 1 point
    Wumbamillio

    SW8

    It's just a symptom of their completely unimaginative, unadventurous corporate attitude. Hex was fantastic concept that took a leap of faith on something outside the box and in keeping with the amazing Towers. Thirteen was just a very cheaply produced throwback to that theme because it was next door, resulting in 2 spoopy woodland areas at Towers. Thirteen ironically would have worked much better down in Gloomy Woods, between the SW8 and Haunted Hollow where a coaster had been planned a couple years before. Would have been a great setting and been less grey than not-very-Dark Forest. And now this, weird cult (Nemesis) + spooky woods (Thirteen) + 1 big grey theming structure in the middle again. Wickerman does look like a much better version of a similar theme as Thirteen, but I'm very tired and bored of the same thing being rehashed over and over. Dark themes don't need to be drab and passive. The Smiler proved that, still their best original theme I think, even though it ended up as a bare concrete building and some bins strapped to a truss in the end. They're probably relying on a big flame effect again (just like The Swarm and Scorpion Express) to add any life to SW8. I look forward to when someone produces a really instinctively fun, energtic & amazing themed ride in the UK again.
  30. 1 point
    Wumbamillio

    The Future of Rumba Rapids!

    My problem with the changes is that it's dead, dead boring. Fun should come over whether it fits in - the surrounding area is hardly jungle themed anyway, its just the recycled European square painted different colours, with a volcano next door. It's a themed area in name only. The old Rumba theme was often berated for being one of the most garish themes Tussauds came up with (it was) but somehow they made it worse with this cheap redo, by making it boring & brown. I think they've lost sight of what makes a fun theme park, in a poor budgeted attempt to introduce themed areas, using only tins of paint.
  31. 1 point
    Coaster

    Blackpool Pleasure Beach

    Wow, this coaster looks absolutely insane. In a good way.
  32. 1 point
    BaronC.

    Blackpool Pleasure Beach

    From Theme Park Adrenaline Facebook... Just a wee bit close.
  33. 1 point
    Stuntman707

    The Future of SAW - The Ride

    I can't see it being changed (or having the blades repaired) next season. It shall be left to accumulate grime like the rest of Merlin's major ride investments.
  34. 1 point
    BaronC.

    New for 2018

    It wouldn't really be possible to walk through the X queue and join the start of Living Nightmare. If memory serves me correctly, the queue for X shared a wall with the prison scene in the maze, but that's about it. To get to the start of the maze, you'd either have to go outside or essentially cross the station, neither of which are practical. Personally, I don't think Living Nightmare will be used in any capacity for the retheme, simply because it effectively puts the park a maze down come Fright Nights. The plans of the Watchtower and barbed wire fencing reminded me of the Prison, which was a major part of Seasons 3 and 4... The idea could go you're in the prison (having the corridors as prison walkways, etc), and the ride being just a rush through the prison as you're chased by zombies. Doesn't need to make sense beyond that really, and would be easy to theme.
  35. 1 point
    RobPHolt94

    Thorpe Park's Old Days

    I'm not entirely sure what you mean here, EpicSmatty.. A rail depot fused between the middle of a jungle and a fishing village makes perfect sense!
  36. 1 point
    RobPHolt94

    New for 2018 - Tiger Rock

    Very excited to see the completed Tiger Rock in 2018. I believe Chessington is Merlin's outlet to show off some of their best theming abilities when they put their mind to it, so I think we may be on to a winner here!
  37. 1 point
    Personally, I really enjoyed DBGT in the 2017 season. Opening year was a complete mess, with upside-down visuals, out of sync audio and timing/hardware problems. In 2017 though, I feel like they pulled out the stops with the majority of the issues the attraction was having. That said, I really didn't care for that new ending..
  38. 1 point
    RobPHolt94

    New for 2018

    Mitch makes a good point, I completely forgot 'WD' is in the project name - Walking Dead it is. Interesting move for the park, I always felt like with Angry Birds Land that Thorpe were finally starting to get to grips with appealing to families, but turning a family attraction into a horror-based IP is peculiar. Mind you, the new family attractions in Old Town more than make up for the lack of family attractions in the park; especially if Loggers Leap is ever to make a return.
  39. 1 point
    10/10 Best twist ever But being all serious, this twist was by far the best part. It was so bad and doesn't make any sense. It was weird but I enjoyed laughing at how stupid it was sometimes. The decetvive parts were pretty bad but the traps were kinda entertaining, maybe. I keep emphasizing but the twist is so good. It was hilarious and broke the entire film but it was funny and worth it.
  40. 1 point
    Saw-Swarm-Smile

    Anti-Rant

    This forum is so kind and nice. I love it! Everyone is so civilized and calm, and discussions are never out of control or mean. It's all about points and being careful and it's so cool.
  41. 1 point
    BaronC.

    TPM Awards 2017

    It's come to my attention that the link for voting wasn't working for everyone. Scandalous! But rest assured, I have created an alternative link in case the original does not work.. And if neither work, let me know and I'll be sure to curse you and say your vote doesn't matt- I mean, I'll look into it with the greatest sense of urgency, because your vote makes all the difference.
  42. 1 point
    Ryan

    TPM Christmas Meet 2017!!

    So this is the current attending list: BaronC. (not WW) Doc Felicity J.S217 (maybe) Kerfuffle Liam T Marc Martin.C Martin Doyle (WW) Mattgwise MattyMoo Mer Mr Fish Nick Hutson Ryan StevenVig Stuntman707 Terrortomb ThrillNation (some of the day) Timber Creek (maybe) Please let me know if you'd like to be added! TGI's was unavailable to book so we will be sticking with the traditional Nandos. Secret Santa isn't happening due to a lack of interest. Regarding Winter Wonderland, I have heard a few horror stories of people going this year so far and experiencing very long queues to get in. So that we make the most of our time at Winter Wonderland, how would people feel if we went there a bit earlier and skipped out one of the previous activities (Sealife/Shrek)?
  43. 1 point
    terrortomb

    TPM Christmas Meet 2017!!

    Put me down as a yes! I’m holding out for TGI’s lol, it will be great seeing everyone again!
  44. 1 point
    EpicSmatty

    New for 2018

    You underestimate Merlin
  45. 1 point
    CharlieN

    New for 2018

    I’ve really given up caring about Thorpe Park. Recent development history means that I have no optimism that Merlin will create something really special. Is there even a development plan at the moment? It feels like every development completely combats what the last one tried to do. “Thrill Capital” marketing results in the family ride Storm Surge. “Island Like No Other” marketing results in a gory horror overlay of a popular family roller coaster. Are all of Merlin’s ‘magic makers’ really just headless chickens? Why does a flash in the pan idea seem to override any sustainable long term development? Do they not have a clear vision of what they want the park to look and feel like 10 years from now? It’s the most frustrating feeling when the park you’ve grown up loving and feel that’s got so much potential doesn’t have a clear direction - or any direction at all. Can someone swap home parks with me please?
  46. 1 point
    MattyMoo

    New for 2018

    Don't forget the family rides open on a rotational basis in Old Town, guyz.
  47. 1 point
    The first Saw film was great.. It went downhill from there IMO.. There is some interesting plot twists in the first film or two, and generally some brain behind it.. then Saw 2 saw it become just mindless torture porn.. And I'd expect this to be no different.. meh.
  48. 1 point
    pluk

    Walt Disney World Resort

    I always feel like the only person on Earth who doesn't give the tiniest crap about Star Wars, but it's clearly the franchise which will give them something to rival the draw of Potter at Universal. I'm sure it'll boost their fortunes for many years to come, unlike Avatar which is just a very pretty way to spunk billions of dollars. It's over a decade since I've been, but I don't recall the Great Movie Ride as being particularly Great. Got to love a mine train though!
  49. 1 point
    Whatever

    Drawings/Cartoons etc.

    Scar is probably my second favourite disney character to Ronno. Plus Scar is British so of course I like him.
  50. 1 point
    alexander

    Drawings/Cartoons etc.

    This made me laugh, good stuff! Dude, these are amazing. I've always wanted to learn to draw with a mouse but idk I just found it so hard, the lines never seem to go right
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