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Among the many new attractions of Enchanted Kingdom that intrigued Tutubi, it's the 4D Discovery theater that piqued his interest.
4D movie theaters, as opposed with common 2D (two dimensional deals only with length and width like moving pictures) and 3D (adds a perception of depth, usually attained with specialized glasses to view the movie like iMax), adds a fourth dimension in the form of moving seats that go with movie scene (similar to Rialto ride) plus the addition of water squirts and sometimes scents to let viewers "believe" they're part of the movie itself.
Enchanted Kingdom's 4D Discovery Theater...sorry no photos/videos allowed inside the movie theater as usual, as if you can capture the whole 4D experience using a 2D camera
So how would Tutubi review Enchanted Kingdom's 4D Theater? Let Tutubi.Jr.'s own experience tells it all. He liked the movie, an episode of Dora The Explorer, for he's also a fan of the Nickelodeon mainstay (besides Barney, his favorite). He enjoyed much of the ride, even the sudden, quirky movements of the seats (he's seated on Tutubi's lap throughout the whole show) but the one thing that almost made him cry, good thing the show's almost over, was the squirting of water on his face whenever Dora and her friends pass over water to simulate splashing of waves, rain and the waterfalls.
Did you know, Tutubi Jr.'s first movie experience was at the 4D theater?