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New Movie-Based Theme Park Debuts!

AOL.COM - Has Disney's California Adventure theme park -- Disneyland's younger, less popular sister -- finally arrived with the addition of Cars Land?

Richelle Durkop thinks so. The Modesto, Calif., grandmother, who renews her Disneyland annual pass each year and visits the Southern California theme park six times a year, waited with her sister behind two sets of roped-off enclosures at the theme park Wednesday evening to get a glimpse of the celebrities arriving for the Cars Land debut.

"I think it's going to rejuvenate the park," Durkop told The Huffington Post. "Kids love it. Nascar fans love it. And it's Disney -- more so than what California Adventure was before."

Crystal Yates, Durkop's sister (and fellow Disney-phile), gave a similar assessment of California Adventure before Cars Land's arrival. "To me, the park just didn't scream, 'Disney,'" she said. "It didn't have the fun, the imagination, the color. It was cheesy. It was cheap." click here to read more

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