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Post by packwingfn » Nov Fri 14, 2008 2:35 am

I've never seen the show or whatever it's called in Canada at WS. I've wanted to the past 2 trips but never did. I will try to make it when I'm there this coming January
I quite enjoy the Canada movie. It's just a nice quick 15 minute 360 presentation that shows you the scenary and lifestyle of Canadians. It helps that it was only updated a year ago.
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Post by DisBeamer » Nov Fri 14, 2008 2:40 am

packwingfn wrote:
I've never seen the show or whatever it's called in Canada at WS. I've wanted to the past 2 trips but never did. I will try to make it when I'm there this coming January
I quite enjoy the Canada movie. It's just a nice quick 15 minute 360 presentation that shows you the scenary and lifestyle of Canadians. It helps that it was only updated a year ago.
It helps a lot. I hated the old one. And I'm a Canadian. :lol: The new one is worth watching though, definitely.
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Post by 99Soulz » Nov Fri 14, 2008 9:11 am

DisBeamer wrote:
packwingfn wrote:
I've never seen the show or whatever it's called in Canada at WS. I've wanted to the past 2 trips but never did. I will try to make it when I'm there this coming January
I quite enjoy the Canada movie. It's just a nice quick 15 minute 360 presentation that shows you the scenary and lifestyle of Canadians. It helps that it was only updated a year ago.
It helps a lot. I hated the old one. And I'm a Canadian. :lol: The new one is worth watching though, definitely.
Thanks for the tip, I did not know it was updated. Will definitely check it out over Thanksgiving.

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Post by Donalds1Fan » Nov Fri 14, 2008 8:28 pm

DisBeamer wrote:
packwingfn wrote:
I've never seen the show or whatever it's called in Canada at WS. I've wanted to the past 2 trips but never did. I will try to make it when I'm there this coming January
I quite enjoy the Canada movie. It's just a nice quick 15 minute 360 presentation that shows you the scenary and lifestyle of Canadians. It helps that it was only updated a year ago.
It helps a lot. I hated the old one. And I'm a Canadian. :lol: The new one is worth watching though, definitely.
Isn't Martin Short in the new one?

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Post by packwingfn » Nov Fri 14, 2008 11:29 pm

Yes Martin Short is in the new one, and yet he is funny, he does get a little serious about certain things and you can tell that he is proud to be a Canadian.

One of the few things I liked about the old film was the song about Blue Nose? (The Ship) and the original O Canada song but I like the new version just as well. I also like that they kept a lot of the original clips from the first one so it's not like it changed a lot.
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Post by DisBeamer » Nov Fri 14, 2008 11:38 pm

I liked that they updated the parts that were hideously dated while keeping a lot of the panoramic shots that were so pretty. And they put the kibosh on a lot of the terribly stereotypical garbage, which I was personally happy with. And the person they have singing the song now (who I think was the winner of Canadian Idol at some point), actually has a really nice French accent, versus the 'took 9th grade American high school french' accent they had before. (*end accent snob* ;) )

Anyway, I wouldn't have recommended the film before, but I do now. So that's saying a lot for it, imo.
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Post by Donalds1Fan » Nov Sat 15, 2008 12:05 am

DisBeamer wrote:I liked that they updated the parts that were hideously dated while keeping a lot of the panoramic shots that were so pretty. And they put the kibosh on a lot of the terribly stereotypical garbage, which I was personally happy with. And the person they have singing the song now (who I think was the winner of Canadian Idol at some point), actually has a really nice French accent, versus the 'took 9th grade American high school french' accent they had before. (*end accent snob* ;) )

Anyway, I wouldn't have recommended the film before, but I do now. So that's saying a lot for it, imo.
I wanted to see it this year because I had heard it was updated, but didn't have time. I only saw the original version once, and that was back in 1993! :shock: Needless to say, I don't remember any of it.

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Post by Cazza and Livvie's Mum » Nov Sun 16, 2008 4:57 am

I've never seen 'Flights of Wonder' at AK and 'Honey, I Shrunk the Audience' at Epcot. Flight of Wonder we always seem to miss the slot and the other my daughter watched a promotional video for the ride and refused point blank to go in (she is terrified of snakes). One day maybe one day I will watch these shows and I hope the wait has been worth it :wink:

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Post by Mr.ToadWildRider » Dec Tue 09, 2008 10:52 am

Turtle Talk, Triceratops Spin, Festival of Lion King, Rafiki's Planet Watch, Pangani Forest Exploration, Aladdin's Carpets, Impressions of France, O'Canada, Camp Minnie-Mickey, a lot of Toontown, the animation tour, playhouse disney, and the movie set stuff (Narnia, etc). Probably others too.

This list does NOT include rides I have ridden at some point in my life but now choose to skip.

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Post by Soarin08 » Dec Tue 09, 2008 3:10 pm

Faint if you must- Space Mountain. :shock:
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