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WDW Theme Parks Discuss Favorite WDW 3-D (4D?) show... in the Vacation Planning forums; Philharmagic is amazing! The imagineers did a great job on it! Hopefully this will be an attraction that can occupy that location for years to come....hasn't been such a lucky ...
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    Philharmagic is amazing! The imagineers did a great job on it! Hopefully this will be an attraction that can occupy that location for years to come....hasn't been such a lucky spot in the past.

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    Gotta go with the Muppets...I love the jokes, and if anyone has a transcript/mp3/video...

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    When my parents, younger brother Jason and I went to WDW in April 2004 the only attractions MaryLee (my mother) and Jim (my father) enjoyed most of all were the 3D shows of Honey I Shrunk The Audience and Muppet Vision 3D!!!

    They really liked the experience since wearing the 3D glasses made objects appear to almost emerge from the screen before your very eyes like magic, as if they were realistic!

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    Philharmagic

    I went with Philharmagic. I love many of them, but I humbly believe this attraction is the best thing Disney has come up with in YEARS!!! I love it and sitting down and watching a "movie" isn't usually my first choice of activity while I am at the World.....if you haven't seen this, you MUST>>>>
    I am in need of some Disney magic!!

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    Since I'm old school when it comes to WDW, I had to go with Captain EO. I can still remember seeing it right after it premiered and remember how different it was from Magic Journeys.

    It's too bad that Michael Jackson has all those legal problems because it wil probably never be shown again.

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    I went with Philharmagic, I have never seen the peanut one or Captain EO.

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    oops never seen Magic Journeys either

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    I've seen asll of the 3D and by far like the Tough to be a Bug the best. Captain E-O had my vote for many years beacuse I'd never seen anything like that beafore. Years later we realize it was just another 10 minute long Michael Jackson video. On my last trip I decided to sit back and gauge to reactions of others watching these movies. I already new what to expect so it takes the magic out of it for me. Audiences in my opinion seemed to like the BUG movie the best. There were more squeals of delight there. Adults seem to like Philharmagic more,(love the Champagne corks!!) My least fav is Honey I shrunk the Audience. Today's kids probably have never seen the movie it's based on and I think it needs updating or replaced. Matter of fact the whole Imagination pavilion needs redone again....but that's another story...Don't get me started!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Mickey's Philharmagic was the frist 3-D experience I ever had. Not only could I see things that I can almost touch, but feel as if you really were there.

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    I picked :mickey: 's Philharmagic. Normally, I don't like 3D shows. It's Tough to Be a Bug scared me, the Muppets is too loud (I'm very sensitive to sound), and I didn't like Honey, I Shrunk the Audience too much.:mickey: 's Philharmagic was the perfect level of 3D for me. Really magical with the songs and the effects.
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    WAAAAAHHHHH!!!! I can't vote, my dd hates the 3-D shows.....so I haven't seen most of them.....We need a family to Kid swap with!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MommytoMJM
    WAAAAAHHHHH!!!! I can't vote, my dd hates the 3-D shows.....so I haven't seen most of them.....We need a family to Kid swap with!
    There are kids that don't like 3-D shows? I didn't know that

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    Quote Originally Posted by jarmitc2032
    There are kids that don't like 3-D shows? I didn't know that
    My dd is developmentally disabled and one of her conditions is called Sensory Integration Disorder. Her brain doesn't process information the way yours and mine do. We had to leave Bug and Philharmagic within minutes...it ****s cause she hates fireworks too.... WAAAAAHHHHHHHH.
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    for me this was an easy choice...def muppets! i used to watch the orignal muppet show w/ my mom when i was really little. i also had a kermit, gonzo(my fave), and skeeter dolls...the jokes and effects are really classic muppets and i love how the swedish chef is in the back(i hear him in my head right now) . but i will say that philharmagic was pretty awesome :mickey:
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    I would have to go with this order:

    Philharmagic
    Honey, I Shrunk the Audience
    Muppets
    It's Tough to be a Bug

    Philharmagic brings a lot to the table with the visual effects. It is not as funny as the others, but it does take you a way to another place.
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