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CinéMagique is excellent, I think it should also be in WDW, what does everyone think of this show?

Discussion in 'General Disneyland Paris Discussion' started by MegaDisneyFan1976, Feb 29, 2012.

  1. MegaDisneyFan1976

    MegaDisneyFan1976 Walter Elias Disney

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    Cinemagique is an excellent show, every time I go to DLP, I often wonder why they have never placed it in WDW as well, it is an amazing show, funny, moving and so magical. My son loves it.

    What do you all think about this show?
     
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    I totally agree, I think it would be a great addition to WDW :)
     
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    It’s a really enjoyable show, one of the must-do’s at the Studios. However, I think this and one or two others like Animagique and Crush’s Coaster add a bit of originality to the Park and make it worth visiting. So personally, I’d prefer this one to stay as a one off at DLP.
     
  4. MegaDisneyFan1976

    MegaDisneyFan1976 Walter Elias Disney

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    you know your totally right Jon, I do think that some parks have to have a little uniqueness to them, that way there is always something different to enjoy which ever park you choose.

    Claire
     
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    I really enjoy this and Animagique so would be happy to see them at WDW
     
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    I love the differences around the globe, it makes it worthwhile to visit each of the parks.
    :D
     
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    I'd like to see Cinemagique at WDW, perhaps remade and updated, I went on the Great Movie Ride this trip and that is seriously in need of updating (better CM's doing it for a start) or replacing with Cinemagique. I love the montage of movies at the end of TGMR and kill myself laughing to see some of the 'classic' movies included such as Pearl Harbour, Shakespeare in Love and Shanghai Knights, really?
     
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    I think we've done the GMR every trip and although it's never changed at all, I love it! I really enjoy some rides for that reason........they stay the same. I know most of the words throughout the ride but I'll keep going back.
     
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    I so agree with you.We just loved this show! Also.... in Paris it has the added advantage of during the colder months it's somewhere to warm-up! and in Orlando...it would be somewhere to be cool!!-just kidding of course!
     
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    This was one of the few things that I really remember as being stand out in France, bringing it or a version to WDW would be great, would be fab to add into one of the empty stages at the rear of Hollywood Studios.
     

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