I might be picky, but for me the entertainment comes with the storyline of the ride itself. Like the reason we're on the ride, what our goal is, and what the danger is. I like to be placed into that environment. Even though Kong isn't so clear in the ride, a lot of the story is built up for you in the queue. On the ride, each driver has to do with the story in a different way. Those different interactions are intriguing to me. I love the Forbidden Journey attraction, and the queue does have a wonderful environment. However, i wish there was a hidden story to why we're flying around rather than a "greatest hits" bit. Apparently there is a story told in the queue, so I'll have to look into it. Speaking of the story bit, I think rides like Kong, Jaws, The Mummy, Simpsons, Doctor Doom, Spiderman, Gringotts, and Jurassic Park have wonderful stories that really benefit the ride. The way Mummy is built up in the queue is outstanding to me, all of that helps my ride entertainment. Spiderman's story with us being amateur reporters and having a special vehicle to report the robbery of the statue of liberty, watching it is part of my entertainment. Simpson's story is also something quite minimal, but effective and easy to follow and i think it makes a mediocre attraction worth riding. Same with Doctor Doom, the story benefits that ride which is fairly short and mediocre. I think Kongfrontation and Jaws, even if they're gone, one thing they really had for them was a story that felt true. The whole plotline helps you feel like you're not at an amusement park, but you're in the scenario given. I feel personally that the story is apart of what makes the ride entertaining, but that's just me.