[QUOTE=LittleMissMagic;945606]Actually, I changed my mind. Universal Studios would probably be better. There’s Jimmy Neutron’s Nicktoon Blast, Shrek 4D, Beetlejuice’s Rock n’ Roll Graveyard Revue (beware… Beetlejuice has a potty mouth), Earthquake (more intense than DHS’s Backlot), ET Adventure, Fear Factor Live, Fievel’s Playground, and Woody Woodpecker’s Nuthouse Coaster. And there’s an Animal Planet show. Very cute.
Men In Black Alien Attack is similar to Buzz Lightyear in the shooting aspect, but you’re shooting disgusting animatronic aliens instead of cute, animated ones. Twister is just stupid. Terminator 2:3D is really intense. Revenge of the Mummy is an amazing rollercoaster with a 48" minimum height requirement… it’s elaborately themed and comparable to EE, but kind of spooky. Jaws has a few scary scenes (shark… dead, bleading shark) but isn’t rough. I personally love and highly recommend the Universal Horrer Make-Up Show, but it is horror make-up and rather creepy - I just find it fascinating.
The nighttime spactacular is in no way comparable to a Disney spectacular, but they do imitate technology used in Illuminations.[/QUOTE]
Thanks Victoria for all the info. I planned on going to disney 9-14 to 9-20 but now I may add 3 days before to do US and IOA with the free ticket thing…now…if I can figure out how to get there…How much do you think a cab would run RT?