Discussion in 'Scarezones & Shows' started by Mr. F. Plumbs, Sep 9, 2014.
and TORNADOIER!!! *Paging Bill Paxton*
have you all forgot Rob Ford. Toronto Mayor should be expected to show up.
Expect lots of Disney bashing this year.
Yeah, that's what I heard. I have to imagine the whole Norway pavilion fiasco will be front and center.
After hearing about these jokes they're a definitely a little concerning. Whatever though I'm almost positive they have a backup script, they always do. I'm pretty sure they wrote in a few maelstrom jokes last minute
Just saw the preview show, there were a lot of Disney jokes! I have to think though their lawyers must have gone over this and are confident it doesn't infringe on Disneys rights. The entire show revolves around Disney elements.
Are there any song parody elements in the show?
Is the general plot of the show based on any particular horror movie, like the Evil Dead elements of last year's show, or is it more original?
It's loosely based around Neighbors and 22 Jump Street.
Did anyone see the show? How was it?
The show's plot is basically 22 Jump Street + a parody of Disney's MagicBands. I think it's hilarious, but I sincerely wonder whether it may fly over average joe's head.
It probably will, I was the only one in the theater last year that laughed at the avatar stab. Also thanks for clarifying the theme, was wondering what the set was based off of
Early impressions (first night review)
(Posting here so I can hide spoilers, unlike Twitter)
Tl;dr: An uneven mixed bag, with some odd creative choices and lackluster dance numbers. Minor spoilers ahead--characters and such, but not jokes.
SPOILER TAGS DON'T SEEM TO WORK SO BE WARNED -- SPOILERS BELOW!!!
Weird suggestion, maybe it's just me, but I spent half the show watching the ASL translators and they were hysterical! Their facial expressions and pantomiming changed with each character being represented.
I don't even known sign language, but these people are clearly good at what they do and give the hearing impaired a show of their own. If you're seeing the show multiple times, view a performance from the left side and watch these people work their magic.
I normally watch them a few times throughout the show but haven't seen them so far. I'll keep an eye out for them next weekend. BTW I have no idea why but that dragon absolutely makes me lose it. He is the funniest thing in the entire show.
That got a giant laugh out of me along with maleficent (reused gag I know but still hilarious)
I Agree with most of this. I've heard some people say it was awesome but I only laughed a couple of times. a lot of missed opportunities for jokes
I liked when you got to see inside Bill and Ted's brains, the hamster made me laugh and The Frozen song was good/made me laugh.
And yeah the Soccer goalie joke was really random.
Brazil Loses 7-1 in the world cup, EVERYONE was talking about it for weeks, and they didn't use that in the show?? it made me go "Seriously?"
they could have done so many jokes with that.
What was the deal with the turtles joke? That felt like such a wasted opportunity to me.
The turtles looked so ugly in the movie, they could have easily made really grotesque ninja turtles for the show and make fun of how ugly they were in the movie.
I really don't understand why they didn't make fun of that. The internet has been making fun of that for months now.
I felt like there were huge missed opportunities for jokes. It felt like since they wanted to focus the show on making fun of Disney then they skipped on a lot that they could have used.
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