CinéMagique

Production Courtyard, Walt Disney Studios Park

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  1. A half hour film show which is well worth watching. I have seen this several times and enjoyed it more with each viewing. It stars comedian Martin Short as a traveler through time in search of a lady (Julie Delpy) with whom he falls in love. There are some very clever special effects and is most entertaining. The art deco themed theatre seats 1100 people so don’t bother to queue. Ideal for a rest when you get tired! 100% enjoyment! 10/10

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 11:28 am

  2. This is a brilliant show and my husband and I really enjoyed it. The special effects are fantastic and well worth seeing. This show is great when your legs just need a rest but you still need entertaining!
    10/10

    By mandymoo on 7th November 2007 at 12:31 pm

  3. Thought it was a very clever and enjoyable show.
    Would definately watch it again.
    My kids weren’t sure but I think you need to be a little bit older too understand it, know the old films, etc, etc

    By Dave Loseby on 26th October 2007 at 11:33 pm

  4. I really love it! Probably it is the best show in all DLRP. Very nice story, very nice music, brilliant actors. I-LOVE-IT!

    By countingstars on 23rd September 2007 at 10:19 pm

  5. I cannot say how much I love this show. I LOVE it!! It really is a showcase of Disney magic and imagineering, and everytime I see it I still think ‘how did they do that?’ Do not want to ruin it for those who have not seen it yet, but I can say that there are some fantastic film clips shown, and the transition between the clips is seemless. A lovely story, brilliant score and all the magic of Hollywood. Do not miss this gem!

    By wendybird7 on 21st September 2007 at 10:01 am

  6. A very different sort of show - wasn’t expecting it to be anything like that. However it works quite well; some of the effects are very good and help improve the whole show, and the movie itself is quite clever and fun to watch. Definitely worth a look.

    By bozzboy on 19th September 2007 at 12:54 pm

  7. This is an utterly charming attraction starring Martin Short and Julie Delpy. The 25 minute movie shows Martin Short getting sucked “into” the movies, and desperately trying to escape back into the real world. Throughout his adventure he goes through all genres: slapstick, western, horror and even romance. Martin and Julie are cleverly integrated into classic movie scenes, and it’s fun identifying the movies they are in!

    Although the majority of the attraction is a standard movie, there are some “in theatre” effects that liven things up a little. Overall Cinemagique is excellent and a “must do” at the Studios.

    There is some dialogue in the movie, some in French, some in English. If you don’t understand the French dialogue it has little effect on the enjoyment of the movie. Cinemagique is on many times throughout the day and it’s easy to get into a showing. Don’t bother lining up beforehand, just walk into the theatre a few minutes before showtime. This is a great attraction to do during the middle of the day, and makes for a nice air conditioned break.

    By lloyddy on 12th September 2007 at 12:07 pm

CinéMagique

Cinema show featuring a live actor and special effects.

Be taken INTO the movies, as you’re lead through countless cinema classics, from black and white slapstick all the way to a fairytale finale on the Yellow Brick Road!