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Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show

Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show showcases a film crew working on a "live" film set to capture intense vehicle stunts and pulse-pounding chase scenes for an action-packed spy thriller in the south of France.
Attraction In-Depth

Lights Motors Action Extreme Stunt Show, located at the end of the Streets of America, is a copy of the attraction that originated at Disneyland Paris. Guests are introduced to the director and the director's staff and told that they'll be filming scenes for a film about a spy who is trying to make his getaway and now they'll be filming the stunts that need to be performed. The stunts are executed and then explained in-depth how they were achieved.

The action takes place in a "Southern France" setting and as the stunts get more extreme, they add more variety to the set. A large monitor in the middle of the set keeps guests entertained before the show and explains the stunts during the show.   Stunts include automobiles, motorcycles and jetskis.  The black cars are the "chase cars" while the red car is the "hero" car. The designations are there to make it easier for the audience to follow along.

Sponsor: Brawny® paper towels
Stadium Capacity: 5000 guests
Stunt Show Facility: 177,000-square-foot facility


Lights Motors Action Extreme Stunt Show features a huge theater (5000 person capacity) that can fill to capacity during busier times of the year.  The show is worth checking out, although it doesn't seem to resonate very well with guests as an attraction they seek out to see each trip to Hollywood Studios.  That being said, the stunt sequences are quite engaging and interesting, but it's the lulls between stunts that detract from the show.  While we found the vehicle stunts to be exciting, we found the pauses between the action to be long and boring. The show is set up similar to the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular, in that there's a stunt, delay while setting up next stunt, stunt, delay, stunt, delay, stunt, etc.

The best seats for Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show can be found higher in the stands, about half way up to three-quarters of the way up the stands.  From this angle, you will be able to get a view of the entire arena.  Try to catch the first show of the day for an easier time getting a seat.  While Lights Motors Action Extreme Stunt Show claims to be a FASTPASS attraction, in reality it is not.  FASTPASS has not been offered in years and you should assume there will be no FASTPASS option available as there's usually enough time to get a seat ahead of the show.  10-20 minutes before show time should suffice.

Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show Review
Our Rating (Out of 5):
High octane car, bike and water stunts combined with lessons on how the pros do it all.
Guest Appeal
Although stunt shows are mostly a "guy thing", the show is very interesting to a wide range of audiences from kids to adults.
Disney World Veteran Rating
This isn't an attraction Disney World veterans love to see again and again. Great for first timers.
Teen Rating
Fast paced action is always a plus with teens, as is pyro, lighting people on fire and lots of great jumps.
Lasting Appeal
Most of these great stunts need to be seen a few times to truely take in and appreciate it all.
OVERALL RATING(not an average)
Your rating: None Average: 4.6 (7 votes)
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