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WDW Theme Parks Discuss Favorite WDW 3-D (4D?) show... in the Vacation Planning forums; Erika, I see your point. I think naming it Mickey's was for a variety of reasons. First of all, other than Toontown (and only his house therein), Mickey, the "icon" ...
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    Erika,

    I see your point. I think naming it Mickey's was for a variety of reasons. First of all, other than Toontown (and only his house therein), Mickey, the "icon" of Disney, has no attraction named after him. Also, I think this is a tribute to the old Mickey Mouse Revuew, which once stood in Fantasyland.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKQJ10
    Erika,

    I see your point. I think naming it Mickey's was for a variety of reasons. First of all, other than Toontown (and only his house therein), Mickey, the "icon" of Disney, has no attraction named after him. Also, I think this is a tribute to the old Mickey Mouse Revuew, which once stood in Fantasyland.
    I understand now. . .thanks! But instead of just naming an attraction after Mickey, the Imagineers should create an attraction that actually features Mickey. Like you rightly said, Mickey is the icon of Disney, so they should really make some effort to showcase him more as a real character with a personality.
    JMHO

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    Strange that HISTA received ZERO votes... and here I thought it was one of the more popular 3D shows... :
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKQJ10
    Strange that HISTA received ZERO votes... and here I thought it was one of the more popular 3D shows... :
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    I voted for It's Tough to be Bug, it surprised me the most of all the 3D and 4D shows.
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    Magic Journeys got my vote because it was the first one I saw at WDW and it blew my mind at the time. However, Mickey's is out of this world.
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    I had to vote for It's Tough to be a Bug since it was one of the first Disney 3D attractions that affected nearly all of your senses. Though I do like PhilHarmagic and MuppetVision just about as much.

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    I went with Mickey's Philharmagic because i just love the way it incorperates a lot of Disney films into one story.

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    Ok, my vote may change after I see Philarmagic, but right now, my vote is for Honey I shrunk the audience.
    It was a hard choice between that & It's tough to be a bug! Both are so great, but I just loved "Honey, I shrunk the kids" when it came out in theaters so long ago! The snake still gets to me every time!
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    I voted for the muppets, but honestly, It's Tough To Be A Bug was a lot more entertaining, what with the wasps and the cockroaches at the end!
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    I voted on this a while back, but didn't post. I was torn between Muppets and Philharmagic. I just saw Philharmagic for the first time this past July and was blown away! The action is literally off the screen and all around you! But Muppets has always made me laugh and the preshow is a show within itself! I really think it set the standard for a 4-D film. The others are good, but those two are my faves!!

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    I had to go with Bug. Not only are the 3-D effects great, but the other special effects are a riot. Everybody should have cockroaches crawing across their bums!

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    I haven't seen PhilharMagic yet, and I love Honey, I Shrunk the Audience. However, the best has to be the Muppets! I like the theming of the building, the pre-show (which is almost as good as the movies itself), and the show. I always wait so that I can see the entire pre-show!
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    I love Mickey's Philharmagic! I think they did a good job tying together some of people's favorite Disney movies.
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    PhilharMAGIC Definitly!
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    Can I change my vote? I love Philharmagic!!! We saw it 3 times when we were there!!!

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