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Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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cwhite8181 wrote a review Yesterday
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania270 contributions95 helpful votes
Visit Disney World each year but had not been to Hollywood Studios in over four years. Wow! Between the added rides in the toy story section as well as the new Star Wars rides and section, our day at Hollywood studios was excellent. But the most memorable part of the day was our “Rise of the Resistance” experience. Not ride...but experience. I will say nothing more except anyone who goes to Hollywood Studios has to “experience” rise of the resistance. So much to do in this park now. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Regina wrote a review Jan 22
Miami Beach, Florida1 contribution
Staffs are extremely blunt and rude. We went to Universal Orlando not a long ago and were shocked at the difference between the parks. I don’t know whether they are underpaid/overworked compared to Universal, but there were many incidents where the staffs were aggressive, rude and blunt. We asked a staff that holds “End of line” about a wait time at Toy Story Mania and were replied “I don’t know, it’s written over there”. We had a staff telling us to put the mask to cover the nose, and while we were trying out different methods to avoid constant fogging, the staff who walked away for 300ft looked back and walked towards us with aggressively... and so on and on and on. Universals have similar level of restrictions but those are enforced with very different attitude. We saw in many reviews/guides that Hollywood Studios is worth 1/2-3/4 day, and that is absolutely right. I would say Rise of Resistance is really well done as a ride. However, we had to spend 7 hours worrying if we had wasted our money after failing the first attempt at 7am... while displeased with all these attitudes from staffs. Universal releases virtual line spots four times a day. You can also ride it twice if you are lucky later in the day when there are less people. Disney assigns you “a boarding group” and you have to constantly watch out for your turn and be willing to give up your line in other rides when the time comes... and there is another hour of wait once you show up! Universal gives you a time slot and you just have to show up at that time. No time wasted. Lastly I agree with most people saying the ticket price shouldn’t be the same when so many rides are closed. We had to ride everything open twice to kill the time until it was the time for our boarding group for the Rise of Resistance. I think Disney would do much better if they make Hollywood Studios targeted at teenager and adult rides and put more rides like Tower of Terror / Rise of Resistance and make it differentiated from Magic Kingdom and Epcott. Otherwise, it doesn’t surprise me that many reviews put this park as “the bottom of totem-pole”(maybe that explains the service).
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Moved2Texas wrote a review Jan 22
Austin, Texas2,540 contributions366 helpful votes
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The COVID virus prompted many changes at Hollywood Studios. Live shows are all canceled including Fantasmic, Beauty and the Beast, Indiana Jones and Star Wars Launch Bay. But it is still a lot of fun! The new Star Wars and Toy Story areas are great, although I miss the stunt and car shows. Rockin roller coaster is always great. In addition to tickets you also have to have a reservation for each specific park to control crowds. And getting in the virtual queue for the Star Wars ride is harder than booking the best seat on a Southwest flight. Still, it is a lot of fun!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Trickropingstar wrote a review Jan 21
Branson, Missouri33 contributions5 helpful votes
We went on January 21 2021 and a trip at Hollywood studios was amazing Disney did a great job social distancing everyone you felt safe and the park was not crowded at all and we got to do everything yes some of the shows are closedown but overall 100% great experience.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Josh19899 wrote a review Jan 18
New York City, New York1 contribution1 helpful vote
I and my wife spent two days in Orlando in January 2021. We spent one day at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The virtual queue for Star Wars rise of the resistance was full in a matter of seconds at 7 a.m. There are only two other Star Wars theme attractions, which were okay, but with huge waiting times, well beyond what indicated in Disney apps. We found the other attractions (no star wars related) in the park boring. Finally, the staff is very rude. Don’t bother asking them simple questions such as waiting times as they don’t even know that. Overall, for the price paid, I strongly suggest Universal Studios, which has beautiful Harry Potter attractions and a lot more for cheaper price, and much better service.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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