The ratings here don't really do it justice. Granted, it's just an ordinary changing exhibit, but for a movie buff like me, you don't care about things like theming and storyline. All you care about is the movie props on display behind the glass cases. I've only been here once, and the props I saw are long gone, but it was very cool to see an actual Kermit and Robin posed on actual sets from Muppet Christmas Carol. The marionettes used in The Sound of Music were displayed. The best part was seeing the one of the actual 6-foot tall Terminator skeletons.
PROPS FROM MOVIES. THEY CHANGE THE STUFF OCASSIONALY SO SOMETIMES I LIKE THE MOVIES IT'S FROM AND SOMETIMES IT'S BORING.
This showcase of movie props is found at the end of the Backlot Tour. Exhibits usually rotate and have themes ranging from cars to puppets to costumes. Definatly worth a peek for movie fans, but probably not for small children who could find it dull.