Rehabilitate? Or, Eliminate? – World Showcase’s “Movies”!

Good morning (or, good day), my friends!  Welcome to the weekend!

So, what’s this “rehabilitation or elimination” thing all about?  Well, if your new to All in WDW, it goes like this …

Welcome to the The Walt Disney Company!  Are you familiar with Disney’s design and development division – Walt Disney Imagineering?  It’s where all the action “lives”!

As you know, WDI is responsible for the creation and construction of Disney theme parks worldwide.  Well, I’ve got great news for you!  They need our help!


Tap into your creativity, folks.  Imagine that you’re an … Imagineer!  Yes!  In fact, in today’s case, you’re a “re-imagineer”!

World Showcase “movies”.  Reflections of China.  Impressions de France.  O Canada!

They’ve all been around for a while now.  In fact, O Canada! is the “freshest” of the three and it’s current version is almost eight years old.

Our task today is to determine whether or not we should rehabilitate or eliminate any or all of these long-standing attractions.  And, if so, what should we put in their place?

Now, folks.  You already know what is the most fun component of this little activity.  Your ideas!

If you choose “Eliminate! We need to design an entirely NEW attraction!”, then tell us what we should build.  After all, you are “re-imagineers”!

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2 thoughts on “Rehabilitate? Or, Eliminate? – World Showcase’s “Movies”!

  1. “O Canada!” should definitely be changed. Revert it back to its earlier version — the one without the painful Martin Short bits — or reshoot the narration bits with better material. Just don’t keep it as it is.

    “Reflections of China” should have a narrator that is less of a caricature and more reflective of actual Chinese culture. (I know the current version is the one with the stereotypes “toned down,” but geez.)

    “Impressions de France” should have its narration track removed entirely. Make it purely impressionistic, just like the title says. It shouldn’t be touched in any other way. This film is my favorite attraction in all of Epcot, and its replacement would sadden me greatly.

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