Photo update from Orlando Rocks
I cant wait to see this new nightime show please be open my May 7th
My word, those rigs are ugly. When it is complete it will still look like something is under construction. I bet a few tourists will ask if they are oil platforms.
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This is an interesting turn of events, and seems like we're in a twisted universe, because Screamscape has justed posted the following:
(1/11/12) Several new photos showing off the progress of things on the Lagoon have been added to OrlandoUnited this week. (Scroll down to the bottom to find the new pictures.) There is an interesting shot of guys in the water working on something that I believe looks like it could be the fountain-head for a water screen, but Iím no expert, so donít take my word for that one.
Well I am dying to know the angle of this show. What is the theme. Looking at the 13 films the Universal Studios is restoring an re-releasing I would assume that a lot of focus for any Universal show would revolved around a lot of those titles.
So here are the 13 films:
1. To Kill a Mockingbird
2. All Quiet on the Western Front
3. The Birds
4. Buck Privates
5. Dracula (1931)
6. Dracula (spanish version)
9. Schindler's List
10. Out of Africa
11. Pillow Talk
12. Bride of Frankenstein
13. The Sting
A lot of those films wouldn't even be worth having in the show because you're still leaving out films like ET, Jurassic Park, Back to the Future, Psycho, Mummy, Wolfman, Beetlejuice, and others
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What I think are no brainers for what we'll see:
Back to the Future
And probably an ending montage of famous quotes/moments of Universal films for the finale
I'm gonna have to agree with Vyrus. While I understand what your rationale is, average guests probably won't pick up on a few of those films. You'll see a good chunk though since most of that list have iconic images.
Iconic images and they're just engrained in pop culture. Buck Privates, not so much.