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WDW Theme Parks Discuss car stunt show in the Vacation Planning forums; i have not done the car stunt show although i have been numerous times since it opened but since it is only certain times we just keep missing it and ...
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    car stunt show

    i have not done the car stunt show although i have been numerous times since it opened but since it is only certain times we just keep missing it and end up doing other things. I was wondering if any of you can give your opinion on it for me.
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    Have seen it once...don't care to ever see it again. Kinda like Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular to me in a sense that I've been there done that.

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    yeah i feel i will think the same way...i feel bad because everytime we are there my husband wants to do it and i could care less if i see it or not....im thinking we might have to do it in may for his sake anyway!
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    I'm a firm believer that you try everything at least once! That said...I will never be going back to LMA, SGE or Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular.

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    i also believe in try everything once...especially in disney
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    i personally love the show...but thats just me...not something I would see everytime I go because it probably would get old. Maybe every other time haha
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    If you have boys, they'll love it. It's a guy thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disney05 View Post
    If you have boys, they'll love it. It's a guy thing.

    I have 3 boys...ages 2, 6 and 41 and none of them liked it. I don't think it has to be a guy thing or a girl thing...just simply a matter of ones own tastes.

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    well i can say i probably will not like it and will be a first and last type of thing....just like indiana jones....if you see it once that is enough
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    I've seen LMA three or four times since it opened, and for the most part it is a good show. They tried hard to make it fit with the movie-studio backlot theme, and go into a lot of how the stunts are done. It's a bit of a throwback to more old-fashioned stunt shows, but well put together. The pacing is a bit uneven because of the long set-up times for each stunt segment, and then the stunt segments are just a little too long to make up for the wait times. It is also very loud!! The stadium seats are very steep and if you have a fear of heights or vertigo, be careful and stay low.

    Unless they change things more frequently, it's a 'if we can get there we will' attraction for us now. But it's something you should definitely try once.
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    i like it my , wife hates it i guess it is a guy thing
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    It was ok, but than I went on the backlottour ride and hated the show because of what it did to the ride. Not worth ruining a classic for all that rubber burning. If you have time go see it but don't go the extra mile, know what i mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by disneydreamer98 View Post
    I have 3 boys...ages 2, 6 and 41 and none of them liked it. I don't think it has to be a guy thing or a girl thing...just simply a matter of ones own tastes.
    Yea, I can see the 2 and 6 year old not liking it. It can get loud. My son first saw it when he was 12. Typical pre teen kid for my area, loves dirt bikes and fast cars thanks to "The fast and the furious" movie . And when it's hot out (like it's ever cold) the waiting for it to start is tough.
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    I'm glad that I've seen it, once at WDW and once at Disneyland Paris. It's interesting, but once seen, you sort of know what's going to happen next. Of course, the program can change slightly due to the stunts; humans can make errors and the whole program depends on no one making any errors. Once viewed, there is more enjoyment out of seeing other people see it for the first time. As stated, the seating area is steep and hot weather can make waiting difficult.
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    It is neat just one time but standing in line waiting is pretty awful.

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