Hmm I don't think I can pick one over the other. They both display Disney attractions at their finest. They are both immersive. They both tell a story. They are about the same length in time. if you made me pick it would be Indy and only because I like that franchise a lot more than Cars. Both attractions are must rides for me. RsR is really awesome.
When I get off RSR...I get this weird feeling. Like I've known the cars forever and I'm a welcome part of the town. I almost tear up for some odd reason during and after the ride. I feel really sad having to leave after the ride. Especially when mater and lightning say goodbye after the race. No ride has ever made me feel so emotional before. Its like how sally fell in love with RS in the movie. I am really falling in love with the place and the characters that live there. Theres so much emotion and personality in the world of cars...I really have no idea how that movie got such bad reviews. This ride and the movie have so much heart that I can hardly stop thinking about going back. Indy...well its exciting. But it doesn't speak to my emotions. It doesn't make me yearn to come back. Like I said, RSR is the only ride to make me feel like this. Cheesy, I know .
RSR is, imo, the best attraction ever created. Ever.
In the quest for quality, I have no problem with the characters footing the bill.
I love that it combines an indoor/outdoor experience and has a an impressive amount of AAs, some of the best i've seen on any ride - Disney or not. Indy has a lot going for it as well (the EMVs in particular), but overall RSR amounts to be a better ride on almost every level.
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"We're going to take you out of this world of reality for a visit to the most fantastic of all the worlds of fantasy." - Walt Disney