Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show
Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show Review
Here Disney show producers reveal the secrets behind Hollywood's greatest stunts, including heart-pounding car chases and explosions. The scene is a 177,000-square-foot Mediterranean village movie set inside a 5,000-seat, open-air theater. The premise? Filmmakers are producing a spy thriller, and the director is organizing out-of-sequence stunts. Heroes and villains perform high-speed spinouts, two-wheel driving, jumps, and high falls using various vehicles, including watercraft. Amid the action, you learn how filmmakers combine shots of various stunts to create a completed scene.
The show is pretty long, the benches are hard, some children become frightened by all the loud noises. Consider sitting toward the back in case you or your kids want to leave early. For people with disabilities: Wheelchair accessible and equipped for assisted-listening devices. For the best seats, line up for this while others are lining up for the parade.
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