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      Well, I grew up going to Disneyland so I’ll comment on that. My favorite ride is Indiana Jones. Honestly, I think I enjoy the atmosphere and mood that the entire length of the line presents more than the ride.


      Top 10 For WDW (no order)

      I’ve only been to WDW. That was August of last year. I was supposed to go again around this time this year, but you know…the world happened. I still have yet to try a few attractions (ie: Flight of Passage, 7 Dwarves, etc). Hoping to make that happen next time I go!


      1. Twilight Zone Tower of Terror – still a fan of the original and love catching queue and gift shop easter eggs

      2. Haunted Mansion – I like this version slightly more than the original

      3. Rock ‘n Roller Coaster – mmm…that launch!

      4. Test Track

      5. Country Bear Jamboree

      6. Space Mountain

      7. Expedition Everest (it’s a treat to ride this at night!)

      8. Kilimanjaro Safaris

      9. Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular

      10. Peoplemover – only because I miss the one we used to have out here. T_T


      What I mean by that is how many movie trilogies do you think actually had consistent quality all the way through, with no film being anything less than great?  It seems most series crap out by or before the third film (Alien, Terminator, Spider-Man, X-Men, Jurassic Park, Pirates of the Caribbean, and I could go on and on).

      I can only think of 7:

      Original Star Wars trilogy
      The Lord of the Rings
      The Dark Knight
      Back to the Future
      Indiana Jones (I know Crystal Skull exists, so I’m cheating here a bit)
      Toy Story (Again, I’ll exclude the 4th film)
      The Planet of the Apes reboot (I haven’t seen War yet, but hear it’s every bit as good as the first two)

      The only other trilogy that I considered was Captain America, but I excluded that for two reasons: 1) It’s hard to really to separate anything in the MCU as its own trilogy, and 2) Civil War was basically Avengers 3.  Also, I personally love the Star Wars prequels and Hobbit trilogy, but I fully understand most wouldn’t agree with me on those, so I’ll leave them out.

      What are your thoughts?  Did I miss any?


      My top 5:

      5. Jaws

      4. Saving Private Ryan

      3. Jurassic Park

      2. Raiders of the Lost Ark

      1. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade


      In reply to: Best Movie Villains

      1.  The Devil.  Whether is Robert DeNiro, Ned Flanders, Emmanuelle Seigner, or anyone else, Ol’ Scratch is hard to beat as a bad guy.

      2.  The Russians.  For most of my childhood, if you needed a bad guy, you needn’t have looked any farther than the U.S.S.R.

      3.  Nazis.  “Nazis!  I hate these guys!”  ~ Indiana Jones

      4.  Ernst Stavro Blofeld.  Book or film, Blofeld (almost) always delivered.

      5.  Darth Vader.  He personified evil for me when I saw Star Wars at a drive-in in ’78.

      Honorable Mention goes to: Space Girl (Mathilda May) in Lifeforce.  She may not have had what it takes to make it into my Top 5, but if you’ve seen the movie, you know she has two strong attributes that earn her an honorable mention from me.


      So many great films from Spielberg, but if I had to break it down to 3 choices they would be

      1. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

      2. Jurassic Park

      3. Jaws

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