This was my favorite part of this year’s Olympic Games opening ceremony. In the span of less than five minutes, some very talented performers embody 50 Olympic disciplines from 41 sports via pictograms. So cool.
When Walt Disney was creating his namesake theme park, he wanted to take guest along on one his “true life adventures” similar to what they saw in his award-winning documentaries. … Continue Reading Johnson and Blunt Keep ‘Jungle Cruise’ a Pleasant Trip
For diehard fans, those who love all things Disney including the theme parks, Disney+ offers some things that you can’t find anywhere else. They offer a number of behind-the-scenes docuseries like the new “Behind the Attraction” which is a must-see.
Unlike many of today’s themes that air for ten seconds or less, these classics would play for about a minute before the show would begin and the song would stick in your head for days to come.
This year’s Olympic Games might be hard to find and when you do, they might not be what you are expecting – which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
Just in time for Disneyland’s 66th Birthday, one of the park’s oldest attractions, Jungle Cruise is reopening with new adventures, an expanded storyline and more humor as skippers take guests on a tongue-in-cheek journey.
The plot is strange, the film is overly long and you can’t really identify with the characters – animated or not. But at the same time, after the film finds its rhythm, I found myself enjoying it.
While the subject matter will be upsetting for some, it should all be taken with a grain of salt. It’s all in good fun and this show is actually very funny.