Lights, Motors, Action at Disney M-G-M
ORDDU: Greetings to all you sweet little Miceage Ducklings out there! My sisters and I flew in from Morva, today, just so we could experience the newest attraction at Disney M-G-M--where they were having cast preview Days for the new Stunt Show--Lights, Motors, Action!
ORWEN: Yes, and if you don't want to be spoiled, please don't read anything more. Just go back to whatever else you were doing because we don't want to ruin anything for you.
ORGOCH: 'Course, if'n yer the type that likes livin' dangerous-like, then keep on readin'.
ORDDU: To begin with, the show we saw had a lengthy delay time. It must have started nearly an hour later than originally scheduled. But there is this HUGE indoor queue area that will most certainly be welcomed in the summer heat that Florida is so famous for.
ORWEN: Speaking of HUGE, the stadium like seating is pretty big, too. The metal bleechers sort of remind us of the metal seating for FANTASMIC!
ORDDU: As for the stunt show, itself, there is a giant screen built into the background sets, where there is a pre-show, of sorts, that flashes trivia questions for you to answer before the main event gets going.
ORWEN: Then the director of the stunt show comes out to introduce himself and explain a few things about the attraction. The thing that got me, was, they do so MUCH introducing and explaining of things, that it ruins the pacing of the show--even more so than over at INDIANA JONES.
ORDDU: And many of the stunts are predictable and nothing to write home to Morva about.
ORGOCH: If'n yer a little tyke--who's inta big bangs, along with a few flyin' cars ev'ry now 'n then--ya might act'ly LIKE this dang thing.
ORDDU: But, for us, it just wasn't appealing enough to bring us back for a second viewing. Perhaps there are others of you who will react very differently. But, for now, this is our sad review of the whole thing.
ORWEN: I will say that the sets for the backgrounds are well done!
ORDDU: And, truthfully, if we hadn't gone to see the show, I would have missed out on sitting next to one of the most dreamy looking HUNKS I've seen in a long time!!! I'm sure he must have smiled at me at least once, during the performance--when his wife wasn't looking, of course...