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Thread: ToonTown?

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    ToonTown?

    Do you like it or hate it with the fire of a thousand suns!



    I really like the idea of ToonTown but for the most part it just makes me mad. Every time I go there its super packed and there are no really fun rides there. Rodger Rabbit makes me sick and the Go coaster is about 40 seconds long, INCULDING THE LIFT TIME! Lot of parents yelling at their kids for trying to have fun (That's not what Disneyland is about). And on top of it all it kinda depresses me when I get to the end of DL. The whole place is just really stressful for me and I really like to find out of what you all think of TT. Please limit the "It's for the kids" replies, I'm a kid (at heart) too you know!

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    Great concept, and they pulled it off. But it is to geared towards kids and not enough towards everyone.

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    I think it was a bad idea to theme a whole land off of a movie that your company didnt create. I love jessica rabbit, she is one of my favorite toons but I dunno.

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    Even with four kids, TT is the least requested place to go on our trips to the Park. Haven't been on Roger Rabbit in years (nothing to do with the poor kid that was killed). Too long of a wait.

    Shortly after it opened we stood in line for the coaster for 45 minutes. I started timing the ride and was shocked that it lasted less than 45 seconds! That was the last time that we rode that if there was any sort of line wait.

    We mostly use TT for their restrooms and the freeze drinks (when they are open). And at Christmas time for the family photo with the X-mas Mickey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirton
    Do you like it or hate it with the fire of a thousand suns!
    That's such a great line for so many reasons.

    As for toontown. I like the atmosphere and looking at everything and I love the RRCS. But other than that I can do without it. I think it focuses too much on the kids and leaves out the adults, which I don't think was Walt's goal for DL.

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    walts goal was to make everything friendly for children and for adults......most of the rides and themes since the 80's has ditched that for cheap thrills that will bring in money for just a short period of time.

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    I like it...Car Toon Spin is a lot of fun and the overall theming of the land is FAR superior to Toontown Faire at Disney World...

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    I just think it's alot of space that could be used in such a better way. They could have put another e-ticket ride back there. That would make fantasyLand unstoppable. With the power of fantasy and two, count um, two e-ticket rides, FantasyLand would rule DL with an iron fist! :devil:

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    When I took my kids the first time we did not even find Toontown until the last day. It just was not very important- now that Rose is a bit older she really likes it and I make it a bit higher priority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DemonicDemona
    I think it was a bad idea to theme a whole land off of a movie that your company didnt create. I love jessica rabbit, she is one of my favorite toons but I dunno.
    what're you talking about? Disney worked to create Roger Rabbit, the thing is that Disney doesn't OWN the character the guy who created Roger Rabbit does

    anywho I love toontown and I think it does have things to offer older people

    it's the only childish darkride me and my cousins will still go on, Roger Rabbit is so well done and fun that you can ride it and not feel ashamed about it the way you might be as an older kid if you go on something like Peter Pan :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirton
    I just think it's alot of space that could be used in such a better way. They could have put another e-ticket ride back there.
    They still could. Isn't there some bare space inbetween toontown and the Fantasyland theater? I think it'd be cool to incorporate a ride that includes Mickey, Goofey, etc. Or even an extravaganza of ever disney cartoon. I have no clue what kind of ride it could be...but anything is possible in DL.

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    Maybe they could do a villians ride

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    It reminds of Seuss Landing (or whatever its called) at Islands Of Adventure. Whimisical, but not much to do there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirton
    Maybe they could do a villians ride
    That'd be cool. But I wonder how something like that would work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jspider
    what're you talking about? Disney worked to create Roger Rabbit, the thing is that Disney doesn't OWN the character the guy who created Roger Rabbit does

    anywho I love toontown and I think it does have things to offer older people

    it's the only childish darkride me and my cousins will still go on, Roger Rabbit is so well done and fun that you can ride it and not feel ashamed about it the way you might be as an older kid if you go on something like Peter Pan :P
    Disney doesnt have anything to do with that movie, it wasnt created via Disney it's self. If you go into the Animation dept over at the studio and walk into the store room for the turn arounds and such, nothing from that movie is even in there. -___- And they have every disney animation done in there.
    Evil is lurking behind the matterhorn........ wait, that's just Mickey

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