love the idea but OLC does not allow Tokyo rides to be cloned at American Parks
Well, if we can't use the flashlights, then I guess all we've got is HEADLAMPS on helmets! I love Monsters Inc.. You really have to ride it twice or three times in a row to really enjoy it. The ride will turn into this great, slapstick comedy that'll have you laughin' till the ride ends! (this really happened my 1st visit to DCA)
The flashlights for sure would make the ride...a whole lot more fun...but to me..the ride does not fit Hollywood 1940's.......so if they replace it with a another ride (and use the old Millionaire building too)
ya what are they gonna do about it? Disney is a much bigger company and its not up to OLC to tell disney not to build rides based on DISNEY"S designs
It's not like grade school where the bigger kid can bully the other around. It's about legal and binding contracts. Tokyo's attractions are amazing for a price. And that's why we often look at them wondering why we can't have the nicest things.
Also, just because it's in the "Hollywood Studios" portion doesn't mean "anything goes". It really is out of place. It was an animated film made in Northern California... not Hollywood. It was also made on computers, not with live action sets and actors.
Overall, that's the problem with Pixar. I love them but they break theme harder than anything.
I think it just needs to be demolished or found a new home in Disney's 3rd park. Build Monstropolis as a land.