I have to be honest, and say that Popcorn Revenge is far above MoC, and that's also the opinion of everyone I got to ride it the previous months.This thing is bloody brilliant.
Very fair to compare it to Maus au Chocolat, and whilst it doesn't reach that level, it's damn close. A little short, but not enough to make you feel short changed.
But yeah, it's a ton of fun and really well thought out. I would 100% recommend getting out to the park for it.
Weirdly, the ride had no queue all day (despite the park being reasonably busy and a low throughput), and the ride feels like it could be easily missed by guests. A shame, but made for plenty of re-rides.
I said next to the screens, but I could have expressed myself better For MoC the themeing is between the screens, because otherwise it would be just bland. So while shooting stuff, you literally have only the screens on a straight wall... That is not the case for Popcorn. Your positioning towards the screen is more dynamic, the screens are surrounded by props and you can shoot something at any point during the ride, it feels like you're really in the scene. And that's something that Maus lacks entirely.Not saying that you are wrong - still haven't rode this and can't wait to. But to say that Maus only has 'some' theming and props apart from the screens is the most ridiculius thing I've heard in ages. The theming in Maus is brilliant, throughout and has loads of different types of moving effects, proojections and static scenery. Sorry, but facts are facts.