Since I've only been to USH, favorite ride has to be the Backlot Tour. I still have yet to get back, but when I had an ap, I made my party get on it twice on every visit. If it was up to me, it'd have been 3 times. xD Its so awesome I gotta do the VIP tour at one point. Least favorite ride would have to be the Simpsons. Its themed very nicely, its cool looking and has an awesome queue but I've just grown tired of 3d simulator rides.
Favorite show. Waterworld. Least favorite. Shrek4d.
Favorite: Jurassic Park: The Ride (I love Transformers and Simpsons, but to me JP is the most complete attraction in the park)
Least Favorite: Mummy (The dark ride portion is great, the rest of the ride sucks)
Favorite: Total toss up between Mummy (so much better than the one at USH) and Men in Black (Simply the best shooting dark ride there is)
Least Favorite: Disaster
Favorite: Amazing Spider Man (Haven't done HP yet, but Spider Man is simply the best theme park ride I've ever ridden)
Least Favorite: Flying Unicorn (It's just a roller skater)
I'll throw my 2 cents in...even though they are nearly 12 year old pennies now.
Fave- Men in Black(though I miss the Hitchcock attraction)
least Fave-I'll agree with ya Tracey...E.T. really is one of the weaker offerings...
Fave-I'd have to say Spider-man with an honorable mention to Poseidon's Fury. Admittedly my love for Poseidon is of the ride in 2001 so it may have gone downhill, but few things can compare in my memory to the first time seeing the water tunnel.
Least Fave-Storm Force Accelatron-spinning rides like this turn me green faster than Bruce Banner in a failed gamma ray experiment!
And Tracey...maybe they'll wait to burn us at HHN...at least then we could make the event rather authentic : )
I recently visited Universal Orlando for the very first time last Thursday. It was only Islands of Adventure so that's what I'm basing it off.
Favorite: Harry Potter and The Forbidden Journey
Least Favorite: Poseidon's Fury
I am being biased because I went through PF more than halfway into the day and my feet were starting to hurt. Then we had to stand for a while, I really wanted to sit down. By the end of the show I realized I stood and walked just to see fire, water splashing, and projections. The water tunnel was cool, though.
Yes I preferred that High in the Sky Trolley, but only because I got to sit down when I was getting a little tired, and because I love views from above. The ride was too short.