La Pasionaria de Vila del Caminero (P.V.C.) del Aire del Cazador de la Cazadores (Concretivo de Cazades) in Spain has given us a quick review of the del Toro-directed carnival ride for the English language.

The Spanish version of the film was shot on the Caribbean island of Barbados with an additional three days of shooting in Florida, and features the return of the iconic carnival rides that made the original a hit in the 1990s.

The new carnival is also set to be the first in the Disney parks that has not been a pre-show event, so the audience will have plenty of time to interact with the performers and get a look at the carnival itself.

There are two carnival elements that will be featured in this edition of the movie: the “Aquarium of Fun” where guests will enjoy food and beverages while watching the show, and the “Gourmet Café,” where guests can try their hand at a variety of dishes while listening to a variety or different bands.

We’ll also have a chance to interact in a carnival room, where we’ll see the various creatures that live in the carnivals, and have a taste of what the show will have in store for guests.

The movie opens in the Caribbean on February 16, 2019.

The English dub is slated to open in early 2019.

Disney Parks Blog has more information on this new version of “Devils Gardens.”

The new carnivals also feature a new carnation in the form of “The Biggest Splash,” which will open in the UK on May 5.

It will feature three different types of water-based creations that guests can take to the amusement park and challenge each other to compete in an underwater contest.

The water is controlled by the animals themselves, so there is a lot of fun to be had.

The carnival will also open in France on June 1, 2019, and is scheduled to open on May 12 in the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, and Sweden.

The French version is slated for July 31.

The Dutch version will open on July 12.

The Belgium and Denmark versions will open July 17.

The Netherlands version is set to open July 24.

The Denmark version will be on July 31 and the Belgium version will come out on August 12.

It should be interesting to see if Disney is planning to keep the French and Dutch versions as they were in the original release.

The Big Splash will also be featured on the European Disneyland Resort in the U.K. and France, with the park opening in 2019.

It’s scheduled to be available to visit by the end of 2019.

For more information, check out the official synopsis of the new carnas here: