Jedi Knight Seeking His Jedi Princess
- May 15, 2008
You can walk through Droid Depot and see all the droid parts and guests building them. You are correct on the lightsaber. Disney says 2 guests per builder. I do not know how flexible they are on bending that rule. Will they allow a family of 4 to build one? I don't know.Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think you can see the lightsaber or droid spaces unless someone in your party is buying one. I don't really want one, but would love to watch someone build one and to just check out the space. That makes it a bit more "pay to play."
An underappreciated film for certain. I really think it laid the foundation for some great films that followed it especially since Disney had been in quite a slump before Meet The Robinsons.Favorite movie is a really tough call. I think I'll go with Meet the Robinson's (partly because I don't think it will get any other votes, partly because of it's message about moving forward, partly because of it's adoption message and partly because I like "little wonders")
There was a lot I loved in The Last Jedi, but I agree that the movie had some pacing issues.’m with you on Last Jedi. I’m not a big Star Wars fan, enjoy them enough, but the pacing
I have yet to experience Oga's. Hoping to later this month. I've never had trouble if a reservation was for one person adding a second person to it when I showed up. When I made my ADRs for a 2018 Disney World trip I was dining solo. My little sister decided to join me after the ADRs were made and I didn't even need to change them. My guess, and this is just a guess, is that you can probably cancel the second reservation and just have your friend join you for yours.Question you might know the answer to since I’m assuming you’ve done Oga’s. I managed to grab individual reservations for my friend and I because there was no availability for parties of two on the day we’re going to do GE. There about 20 minutes apart from each other. I’m just wondering if one of us checks in early if they’ll let the other come in or will they have to wait the extra 20? I’m going to keep checking for parties of two regardless just wondering.
Normally I don’t do my reservations like this for the record but this was the easiest way to do it at the moment.
Future SAFD Thoughts: I like the idea of seeded brackets with some attempt made to seed the teams ala March Madness. Separating by CS vs TS vs snack could be interesting although I'm not sure a TS wouldn't win the whole thing going away. I would probably prefer a best CS tournament followed by a best TS tournament and so forth.
Current SAFD: I separate movies by studio. So Pixar movies are separate from Disney movies in my book. I love them both so it's not like I'm a no animated film has been good since they stopped traditional animation.
Walt Disney Feature Animation: Sleeping Beauty. A visual tour de force and last hand entirely hand drawn animated film. Every single one since has used xerox technology to ink the lines. George Lucas also cites Disney fairy tales such as Snow White, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty as heavily influential on his filmmaking. I will argue that Star Wars has more in common with Cinderella than it does science fiction movies. And I deliberately omit Sleeping Beauty from that point because the fight between Maleficent and Prince Phillip is frequently cited as very influential on Steven Spielberg and George Lucas.
Pixar: WALL-E. Maybe there's a lot of bias here because I actually got to see WALL-E at Pixar a week and a half before the movie was released, but I still genuinely love it.
Live Action: Mary Poppins
Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers.
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. If we're going with Disney ownership era only, then The Force Awakens.
All time: Sleeping Beauty and The Empire Strikes Back are tied.