aired at the Epcot Center, Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, and Tokyo Disneyland in 1986.) If you grew up on the book and loved it, you probably enjoyed the movie at least for its nostalgic value, which means you'll probably enjoy the 4D version, if you're any kind of a fun person at all. Here's what happens: You sit in the small-ish 4-D Immersion Theater, likely surrounded by kids whose ages have yet to reach two digits and parents snapping endless cell phone shots of their offspring in 3D glasses. You watch the movie, just like you would in any theater, but you get bombarded throughout with water-spraying, seat-rumbling, evergreen-smelling nonsense that is way more fun than you'll want to admit from a kiddie show. In fact, judging from the quite present screams of children at the press event—"I don't want to be here!", "Let me off!" (direct quotes)—it might be more fun for adults and older children than for the preschoolers who loved the original 3D movie. Everyone who's seen it knows it's a beautifully animated heartwarming Christmas tale, with lovely lessons for the little ones, but the shocks and noise that equal "immersion" seemed too much for all but the sturdiest of young'ns. In short, beware: Make sure you know your kids' tolerance for scary before bringing them along.