Walt Disney World (WDW) News Discuss Illuminations: Sky Dance in the News & Rumors forums; ImaMouser- I'm most willing to agree to disagree! By all means I was never trying to pick a fight with you. I was just defending something I'm very attached to.
ImaMouser- I'm most willing to agree to disagree! By all means I was never trying to pick a fight with you. I was just defending something I'm very attached to.
I agree, parts of RoE are dated and need improving, but ultimately- "If its not broke, don't fix it." :P
I also love to hear different opinions on the show, and your's are most certainly valid. Any justified answer is a valid.
I just saw another show called national harbor and the show is in the world showcase. Skydance has been taken off. I miss the holograms in the fountains and those lasers you dont see mutch anymore.
Skydance never existed. It was the rumored replacement for Illuminations Reflections of Earth which still plays in the World Showcase to this day. Not sure what National Harbor is nor do I remember holograms in the fountains.
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I do agree that this is kind of controversial, but It depends... i tend to think of it in my way, not in the way it was meant to be thought of in the show. If they are gonna make any changes over controversy on creation, take out the big bang part of energy adventure in this new rehab. I do, however, think that the finale is amazing and inspiring.
Originally Posted by saxophone06
i'd like to see a new version of IllumiNations, but I really hope that they do as amazing a job as they did with this current one.
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