I know a lot of you are always concerned about theme and stuff and I know nobody here likes Honey, I Shrunk the Audience. But, that pre-show of theirs just...sucks. I mean, if you were a first timer to a Disney park and you went into the waiting area for this attraction, I'd be confused. You see a really boring, but heartwarming show about the "magic" of kodak memories. They make the movie so damn emotional, you might as well cry when that dog returns to the boy. So, you're feeling really happy for the boy, laughing at the girl who kissed the frog, and blessed by the girl with the white dove. Then you go inside the Magic Eye Theatre and you see the show has nothing to do of what you just saw. Suddenly you're being shrunk by Rick Moranis (I can't spell his character's last name)? What the heck does this have to with heartwarming Kodak memories?
I like the old preshow better, at least it prepped you for things-to-come. Isn't that what pre-shows are supposed to do? In Muppet Vision 3d, you see them getting ready for the show, and it's funny (Probably funnier than the show itself). In Tower of Terror, the Library sets you up for the anticipation of the ride. Even Rocket Rods (may it be blessed) had it's preshow with modes of transporation, both past, present and future; and it fit well with the attraction and the theme of Tomorrow. Honey, I Shrunk the Audience makes you wanting to buy Kodak film to trying to get your legs up because there's mice under your feet.