If all shopping malls had special effects and fireballs, there'd be a lot fewer bored husbands in the world. The Fall of Atlantis show inside the Forum Shops at Caesars is an animatronic display of fire, water and nine-foot-tall talking statues.
The story is set in the kingdom of Atlantis, when King Atlas has to decide which of his bratty kids will rule the throne. Your sibling rivalry doesn't even come close to these two fit-throwers. Sure, you may have fought over toys, food or even listened in on each other's phone calls, but this feud is pretty fierce.
In the end, the family learns the ultimate lesson -- let's just say it doesn't result in a "time-out." While we'd normally hate to spoil the ending, it can get pretty crowded and a little hard to understand what's going on. Don't worry if you can't hear what the characters are saying, it's more fun to narrate the story yourself with a couple of drunk buddies.
It's a free show, and while there are some pretty cool features like heat and sound waves, there are a few hokey ones too. The costumes and props were created by the same geniuses who worked on Thor and Pirates of the Caribbean and there's also a 20-foot winged dragon. Let's be honest, you just don’t see that every day.
The show plays every hour on the hour, starting at 11 a.m. While you're there, check out the 50,000-gallon aquarium nearby. There are more than 300 saltwater fish that will have you fighting the urge to sing "just keep swimming."