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I cant remember the name of the show where there is a movie shown with water as the background. I went a long time ago(+15 years) and there was a dinner+show that you could buy. They had the reservations for the package to the right of the stage.
Anyone know if they still have this? What are the restaurants that do this?
Do you think it is OK for a 5 year old or would she be too scared?
Are you thinking of Fantasmic? It isn’t a movie, but a live show with a large water component. The theater is at the end of Sunset Boulevard, with the entrance to the left of the Theater of the Stars, where they do Beauty and the Beast Live. We’ve been many times in the last 15 years, and Fantasmic! is the only show I can think of that matches your description.
If that’s it, then yes, they still do the dining package. Last I heard, the participating restaurants were Hollywood Brown Derby, Mama Melrose Ristorante, and Hollywood and Vine. The WDW website can give you more specifics, but you can make a dining reservation that gets you a seat in the reserved section for the show. We’ve always found, though, that seating is plentiful for Fantasmic! and many locations are just as good for viewing as the reserved area.
There are elements of Fantasmic! that might frighten a 5-year old. There’s a giant dragon figure that is the subject of Sorcerer Mickey’s “nightmare.” If you’re unsure about taking a small child, I would suggest finding a video on YouTube to refresh your memory about the show,