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Mickey’s PhilharMagic is a 3-D film with an odd collection of Disney characters, mixing Mickey and Donald with Simba and Ariel as well as Jasmine and Aladdin. Presented in a theater large enough to accommodate a 150-foot-wide screen—huge by 3-D standards— the movie is augmented by an arsenal of special effects built into the theater. The plot involves Mickey, as the conductor of the PhilharMagic, leaving the theater to solve a mystery. In his absence, Donald attempts to take charge, with disastrous results.
Brilliantly conceived, furiously paced, and laugh-out-loud funny, Mickey’s PhilharMagicwill leave you grinning. And where other Disney 3-D movies are loud, in-your-face affairs, this one is softer and cuddlier. Things pop out of the screen, but they’re really not scary. It’s the rare child who’s frightened— but there are always exceptions, as was the case with the 3-year-old child of this North Carolina mom:
Our family found PhilharMagic way too violent (what seemed like minutes on end of Donald getting the crap kicked out of him by various musical instruments). I had to haul my screaming child out of the theater and submit to a therapeutic carousel ride afterwards.
Happily, an Oregon mom has an easy way to nip the willies in the bud:
My advice to parents is simply to have their kids not wear the 3-D glasses. We took my daughter’s off, and she began giggling and having a good time.
Provides a nice air-conditioning break during the middle part of the day.
Here's roughly how many minutes you'll wait for Mickey's PhilharMagic at each Magic Kingdom Crowd Level.
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