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In Reply to: RE: what? no "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" comments? posted by user510 on December 18, 2017 at 15:21:32
It was quite enjoyable and hold on to your seats folks and buckle your seat belts. The 3D was done quite well and didn't really intrude as just a special effect. The 4DX part is cool with wind machines, blowers in the seat back and legs as well as the side of the theater along with water misters. Once the fighters were in the air, the seats are moving so much up down and around that I felt like I needed a 3 point harness to stay in the seat. Then, the seat vibrating and I'm getting poked in the back and felt like I needed so as to not get thrown out of the seat. It was a bit over the top with the seat effects, but surely served to keep you awake.
And I thought we were going to get the recliner seats, not the fighter seats.
I have to agree that a few scenes could have been trimmed though all in all, I felt it was one of the better ones.
It appears we have a 4Dx in Washington State. Seattle, of course. Regal Cinemas, so far. Looks fun except I'm not so certain about the water mist sprayed in my face thing. I guess popcorn is not allowed?
...the old Star Tours Disneyland ride.
Do they offer meds for motion sickness?
The ticket does come with warnings:
4DX is not recommended for anyone with the following:
- High blood pressure or a heart condition
- Back or neck injuries or conditions
- Medical conditions or disabilities affected by seat motion or environmental effects
- Breathing problems or allergies to scents or chemicals
- Sensory sensitivities
- Under the influence of alcohol, drugs or other intoxicants
- Motion sickness
- Persons under 3'4" (102 cm) tall
And as I recall, the Mrs said that persons weighing over 230 pounds were not allowed.
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