Disney has done it again. Although I won’t miss the Michael Bay intro, it is still tragic that they are doing away with one of the most beloved rides at MGM Studios (I refuse to call it by its current name). It’s been there for 25 years, it should be registered as a landmark or something. But I guess it’s good to see that they’re keeping the car stunt show alive. Disney, you’re breaking my heart. Again.
pasadena rose bowl flea market
weighing in on the most controversial news since the semi-confirmed news of the “selected demolition” of Wonders Of Life
Tumblr is blowing up with Maelstrom posts, so I’ll add one more. The misses poses with her boat at the exit. I’m taking a 35mm photography class this semester so I can take better pictures in the future
It’s not too often I post about things that are not related to EPCOT Center or Walt Disney World, but this is definitely a wonderful album. And the sounds and the music is very reminiscent of EPCOT Center area music. It has that operatic and grand orchestral sound, with synthesizers. No doubt the composers of the EPCOT music took a page from Vangelis.
I lost the auction for a vintage seabase alpha t-shirt on ebay. my only hope is that the winner cherishes that shirt forever and ever.
Hands down the best part of this ride is the ending montage. Well, the original version before they stuck in the newer movies… But there is one musical cue in the montage that no one seems to know where it comes from. It’s during the action sequence montage right after the Axel F theme and the 2001 theme. Anyone who can identify the origin of this musical cue will get my love and respect until the end of time. Any takers?
This hits just keep coming. As I am not on the board of people who can “change EPCOT,” obviously my ideas are those of pure fantasy. But it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that any change to Journey Into Imagination is a step in the right direction, no matter the cost.
haters gonna hate. everyone is entitled to their own opinions, and it’s great to exercise them, but to say that the Living Seas is better off with Nemo is a sentiment that I cannot cosign on.
and of course it wouldn’t be complete without Step By Step, in which there were like five different subplots, the most confusing of which a throwaway character has to ride every single ride in Disney World to beat a world record, and then a shameless plug of the Neon Armadillo at Pleasure Island