I recently went to Universals in Florida. I liked how they had several rides based on stories and characters we all know for example, the hulk, Harry Potter, Spiderman, Simpsons, Shrek, The mummy and Jaws. Universal have two separate parks: Universal studios and Universals islands of adventure.
I personally thought this park was aimed for young adults/adults. The park had rides such as Shrek 4D, the mummy, the simpsons, Jaws, the terminator, Hollywood rip ride rocket, and twister.
Hollywood's rip ride rocket is a roller coaster. The small touches they have added to this ride has made it one of the best roller coasters ever. When you get onto the ride, you have to chose the music you're going to listen to during the roller coaster and when the rides over you can buy a video of you on the ride.
I like the way this park has brought to life some of the best films of all time. They made each ride very individual creating an unforgettable experience.
Universal Islands of adventure
This park is probably aimed for the children. It has the spiderman, the hulk, harry potter land, cat in the hat rides and Jurassic park.
Harry Potter land was amazing. They built Diagon alley which has Olivanders, Zonkos, Honeydukes, Dervish and Banges and many more Harry Potter favourites. My favourite part was where they built a ride inside hogwarts and you got to look around hogwarts whilst you queued.
Universal have used characters from films in which they have made. For example they made 'The mummy returns' in 2001, co-production in Alphaville. They also made Jurassic park 111 (2002) and The hulk (2003). By making rides based on characters and films they are promoting their films and if people had never seen them they might. This would also increase merchandise sales as people may buy a t shirt or keyring after the ride.