Let's move on over to Disney MGM Studio at Disney World in Florida. While cooler heads would have spent the budget for this park on new E-ticket attractions at the Magic Kingdom or Disneyland, it did have a couple appealing things going for it, one of them being its Hollywood version of Main Street.
In classic Disney fashion there was a nice architectural draw at the end of the street, a faithful full scale re-creation of Grauman's Chinese Theater. Somehow, someway, the management at the parks saw fit to sign off on a huge blue Mickey's Sorcerer Hat at the end of the Blvd., completely blocking the Chinese Theater. Where once stood an intricate and magical architectural icon now sits a giant blue zit of a thing with weird gold swirlies spraying out of it and what appear to be enormous gold cardboard stars superglued on its side. All that's missing is four hundred children bouncing around on plastic pellots inside.
Making it worse is that views from the far end of the street include the turrets of the Chinese Theater right behind the Big Blue Bouncehouse. Imagine placing this 'hat' right in front of the castle at Disneyland or Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom and you'll get an idea of why it is so, so, wrong.
Incidentally you can buy Disney pins and merchandise under this giant mess, which makes it all the more carny and evil.