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Sit on the left side of the tram if you want a first row view of the Catastrophe Canyon sequence.
I miss the part with all the homes. :(
There are some Narnia props that can be seen in the Backlot Tour.
Go on the Backlot Tour to see some of the great effects. But take note, some people may get a tad wet.
You're safe from the fire, it's the water you need to worry about. You can get more soaked than Splash Mountain.
Not what it used to be :(
Sit on the far left hand side of the tram
There are four lines you can choose from, if you bring my son, he will always pick the longest line even when it is obviously the longest line
Show up early for a show or ask to stay behind and volunteer to be an actor, it's way fun...and a way to truly make the memories begin!
If you hop on here expecting the Universal Los Angeles backlot tour, you've come to the wrong place. Boring for adults.
Don't waste your time, all it is, is a tour through empty costume making facilities and a few cars and planes sitting around.
You can bring drinks and food on tour
The right-most line at the beginning will get wet in the first sequence. The left-most will stay dry. Middle lines may get wet.
Skip it. Ever since they put in lights motor action this ride sucks.
Save yourself the time and skip this one. One effect area and the rest of the ride is touring their sparse boneyard
Try to get on right when the lights motor actions show starts u get to see the cars do so cool stuff in a really small space.
45 minute tour. Not worth it. Go somewhere else.
Skip this one and see the stunt show or Muppets instead.
Find out how to volunteer for the Pearl Harbor exhibit at the beginning. It looks like a lot of fun!
Who here remembers the old version of the tour. The near three hour version when NY Street wasn't open to foot traffic?
I only ride this to see the Golden Girls House ... And it's not even part of it anymore. WOMP!
This used to be an amazing experience. Now it is truly a joke.
Was part of the show..
You need to be in the show if you get the chance... But be ready to get wet!
Ask to be apart of the show!
The Mayor is a perky tour guide.
This is a great way to see Disney from a whole other perspective!!!
This ride is a shell of its former self. Used to be cool when MMC was in production.
If it is hot volunteer you will be happy later
It is a great tour. Worth the time.
If u hear them ask for a volunteer before you get to the show before the ride do it you get wet and its fun!!
New movie props/costumes in the American Film Institute display - Gone With the Wind & The Sound of Music now featured in addition to others! :)
Look for the Flight of the Navigator ship!
I enjoyed the tour. Very interesting
Waiting a RIDICULOUS amount of time.
If someone from your group is a volunteer, you may get priority seating.
If you're a fan of the World of Motion from Epcot, look around the prop room before you board the tram, you'll see a few props from the classic ride!
Become part of the show.
see how special effects are made for the movies
Way better than reviews made it seem, I think its a cool experience. You may get wet, to stay dry avoid the left side
Look for the Hidden Mickey in the prop room!
Interesting relaxing tour
It's is closed
So sad it is closed now :(
Closing September 27th,2014 forever.
Closing sept 27th
Nice ride. When you are walking in the line, you will see few of the items that they used in the movies.
It's a bit dated and lengthy. However, it's one of the few places to see authentic movie props.
That was terrible! I left after the first fake movie water special effects act.
Aqui você vê como dão feitas os efeitos especiais das cenas dos filmes