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This was a movie about the effects we are having on the environment and encouraged us to make changes to minimize our adding to the issues. The Lion King's Timon, Pumba and Simba hosted the movie and made it a bit lighter and more entertaining...More
This was a nice place for us to rest our feet but ultimately it was too preachy and did not have much substance with facts about environmental decline and the state of the Earth. The movie is very outdated without really giving you many details...More
It's not 4D or flashy but an important environmental message. I love the transition from real animals to Simba and friends. Comfortable theater and not too crowded because all alone in the Land Pavilion
I'm going to give this a 4 even though I didn't actually enjoy it that much myself. If there's one thing we all need to try and do when visiting any Disney attraction, it's to try and see things through the eyes of a child....More
This educational movie lacks excitement and needs to be updated to Disney standards. Although the story is important, the movie feels more like propaganda than educational fun. This needs Disney's magic touch and an update.
Very little wait time.
The first time I saw this show/film was in 2002 and very little has changed which is odd because this environmental message is even more important today. It is a nice spot to sit down, seats are comfortable and your view isn't obstructed by others...More
This film tries to get across a very important message about the world we live in and how one thing affects another, unfortunately it's not very well produced and I would say give it a miss unless you need a rest from the sun !
Disney is known for its magic touch that it gives almost every attraction but this left us, while still ok and informative, feeling as though it was lacking in appeal. This is undoubtedly for kids and should be more kid friendly. Even the Muppets have...More