Lucas surpasses himself in these effects, offering a series of rolling perspectives on the impossible – such as the one at the centre of the film, an aircraft Grand Prix in which there are twists, turns, tumbles and crashes, supersonic scrapes and escapes, that would raise the hair on a boiled egg.
Next to all this, Qui-Gon's homilies are inoffensively calm. We are just happy to be around Neeson, in his dowdy cloak and tied-back hair, looking a bit lost among all this computer-generated quackery, like a shy boyfriend at a costume party. Nevertheless in the course of their adventures he discovers an over-confident young boy, Anakin, who lives as a slave on the desert planet Tatooine. Little Anakin will be a major player, a whole division unto himself of tension and drama: he is the future Darth Vader, baddie extraordinaire.
Upon leaving the outdoor load area, the ride vehicles arrive indoors into the Hundred Acre Wood where Pooh is again trying to get the honey with the balloon. With Eeyore and the other characters is Gopher who appears out of his hole to greet the guests. The ride vehicles move into the rain scene, moved from the second to last scene in Florida's to the second scene in California's. Most of the things at this point are identical to Florida's version. The ride vehicles move into the shortened Tigger scene, before moving to Pooh's bedroom where a similar part to that in Florida's version concurs.
Hi Gavin, sorry to hear you're having such problems, the worrying about your health can add to the stress and as Winnie as said stress is not good, its a killer. A TIA is as the name suggests, usually 'transient', ie no long term remaining effects. It's given the name 'mini stroke' but not to be confused with 'minor stroke' which is a lesser version of a proper stroke and not a transient attack. Waiting til March for appointment is going to be a very anxious time for you. Go back to them and pressurise for an earlier appointment or cancellation, at least if you get seen sooner it will take some stress off your shoulders.