This post is a continuation of Part 1 of our review of Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Lights, Motors, Action!® Extreme Stunt Show
Felt that we wasted another FastPass on Lights, Motors, Action!® Extreme Stunt Show.
That FastPass only allowed earlier entry into the gallery, but we were late anyway, so we ended up at a not so good seat.
You will love this stunt show if you are a fan of Disney Pixar’s Cars, where Lightning McQueen makes an appearance.
Again, this feels very much like Universal Studio stuff, only that Universal does it better.
The Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow
A rather strange way for guests to gain entry to ‘The Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow’. We had to get these coupons for the ‘next show’ and come back to queue up to get in.
At the end of the show, we were still quite puzzled over what this attraction was about, other than the fact that it was dark and there were some quite good projections of Jack Sparrow.
The Great Movie Ride
The Great Movie Ride is one of the few rides available at Hollywood Studios worth going for.
It’s quite a long ride taking more than 20 minutes in a leisurely boat ride through the ages.
A replica of the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles.
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. That’s the kind of ride that brings you to the top of the tower before plunging you down. Not for my weak heart!
Beauty and the Beast