Worse, it aims at two completely opposite audiences. There’s a pandering to very young children, even toddlers, via several attractions: the Honey I Shrunk playset, the Muppets, Playhouse Disney, the Voyage of the Little Mermaid, and even Mickey’s sorcerer hat rather than the visually arresting (but apparently boring to toddlers) Chinese theater. The other audience is composed of thrill-seekers, especially teenagers. Witness the "thrill corner" at one end of Sunset Boulevard: Tower of Terror and Rock ‘n Roller Coaster both seem to belong somewhere other than at the studios park, yet there they are.
Trying to appeal to two audiences at the same time can be inherently dangerous—it might inadvertently make NO ONE like you.