Merely curious...as it seems to be mostly widely reviled on these boards, by myself included. Seperating myself from it, I can see...they worked hard on the attraction, worked on making the effects immersive and unique, sunk some money into it, and a film like that isn't cheap to make. Given the trend to liking attractions that make the audience or guest feel like part of the action...where does HISTA fall short?
Is it the repitive nature of seeing it over and over? The characters or script? Does the overall action not engage you?
For me, the issue is just...I can on a clinical level, appreciate...hey, that's decently written, the effects are pulled off mostly well, the film's not horrible. But it doesn't engage or fascinate me, for whatever reason, like say Haunted Mansion or Indiana Jones does. There is no layer of detailing, even compared to say the Muppets film which is filled to the brim with weird gags and details and the like. Your thoughts?