He showed you conspiracy in JFK, rebellion in the Doors, greed in Wall Street, the
agony of war in Platoon, and more agony of war in Born on the Fourth of July.
Hi, I'm Oliver Stone. And this summer, I invite you to witness my latest creation...
It's Oliver Stoneland!
Welcome to the future site of Oliver Stoneland, my own amusement park. Let me be
your host as I usher you through reality...my reality. A magical place, where the
objective is not to escape... but to confront.
Inspired by my hit film The Doors is a feverishly psychotic maze called Mr.
Morrison's Wild Ride. It's an enhanced trip through depression, self-delusion and
crazed ego mania. I wanted everyone to feel the fire that is Morrison.
Stone pats too short tyke on head.
That's alright... you can get on, you little Lizard King.
Hehehehe, at Oliver Stoneland, we question authority.
Each bathtub fits a family of four. But beware, this ride may remove your
will to live.
Break on through... Break on through...
I am an Indian, but I also represent death...
No, Jim, no...
Give me some death...
Come on...Come on...
The only way out is death.
I'm not really dead!
Morrision was the lifeblood of a generation that was sucked down the bathtub drain
of the apathic seventies and into the materialistic cesspool of the next decade.
But the ride is a gas.
If you're into communications, why not try Talk Radio Town, where you and
your family can broadcast your very own radio show... and get killed afterwords.
But if it's musical merriment that you want, don't miss Platunes, a rabblerousing
salute to a war we've never stopped fighting, as performed by the Combat Rollers.
And with show stopping numbers like Viet Wow, who's going to protest?
Combat Rollers sing:
Viet High, Viet Low
Viet Stop, Viet Go
Viet Then, Viet Now
Viet Voom, Viet Wow!
The Combat Rollers are true professionals; they're cynical, angry, fed up, and great
skaters. I was very lucky to find them.