Has this ever happened to you? You're chilling out, watching your favorite Disney flick, you're totally into it, then a thought pops into your head:  why isn't this a ride? Then you start to wonder, how many great opportunities have the parks missed for rides based on their best films?

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Well, you're not alone on that one. We have wondered the exact same thing more times than we care to admit. Rides aren't everything at the parks, true enough, but the masterminds at Disney are pros when it comes to making movie-based attractions, and there are some big movies that have been left out. Here are ten Disney flicks that should have had rides or attractions.

10 Fantasia

Walt Disney's Fantasia was a marvelous musical masterpiece that was way ahead of its time. With that in mind, we believe the film would have been perfect for a modern dark-ride or even a 4-D experience. Think of the creative possibilities!

If we're being entirely honest about it, the film as a ride back in the early days of the Disney Parks would have been excruciatingly difficult. Both the technology and the audience for it just weren't there. With today's modern techniques, though, imagine splashing into the colorful sequences and experiencing the music in a whole new way! Even if we have to square off against Chernobog, we'd love to take a musical journey.

9 The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Of the two stars of The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, we find it grossly unfair that only one of them got their own theme park ride. J Thaddeus Toad might have had a ride with a huge cult following, but he didn't even get top billing. Where's our Sleepy Hollow ride?

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Though we almost saw a dark ride encounter with the legendary Headless Horseman in the developmental days of the Walt Disney World Resort, it was sadly not to be. The result might have been a ride that could rival the Haunted Mansion in terms of thrills and chills.

8 The Avengers

We know we've already got Mission Breakout in California and Guardians: Cosmic Rewind coming to Orlando, but why hasn't there been an Avengers attraction? With the success of the franchise, you would think there would be a ride or a coaster featuring our favorite faces of the MCU.

Who wouldn't want to fly over New York City with the invincible Iron Man, smash through the streets with the Incredible Hulk, or fight through Asgard with the mighty Thor? Be it as a dark ride, an indoor coaster, or whatever, Disney is really missing out.

7 The Muppets

We know Muppet-Vision 3-D already exists, but with their impressive filmography and gift for parody, there is so much more potential for a Muppet-based ride. Though we almost got a Muppetfied version of Disney's Great Movie Ride, we've yet to see any big attraction featuring those lovable critters of fur and felt.

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With films such as Muppet Treasure Island, The Muppet Christmas Carol, and The Muppet Wizard of Oz, there are loads of storylines that Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the rest of the crew can take on. Here's hoping they can inspire something fabulous outside of a theater.

6 The Love Bug

Disney, one of your most iconic movies from the '60s was about a living Volkswagen racing down the hills of San Fransisco. A racing ride or simulation would not have been difficult for you. Why didn't you make it into an attraction? A ride inspired by that lovable beetle, Herbie, should be a no-brainer.

A racing-inspired ride with Herbie wouldn't be a cruise through Radiator Springs by any means. If you've seen the film, you know Herbie has the tendency to go bananas with his driving stunts, even scaling the Golden Gate Bridge. He might be cute, but he wouldn't be short on thrills.

5 Zootopia

Even though Zootopia was a critical success and has a huge fanbase, we have yet to see a ride or major attraction featuring our favorite furry friends from the film. The film's world offers up multitudinous opportunities for a ride through the streets and various biomes of Zootopia.

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The ride could be anything from a charming monorail ride through the collection of ecosystems to a high-speed police chase starring Nick and Judy. Zootopia is a world we want to stay in for a little while, so it makes sense to create a ride that explores it. Take notes, Disney.

4 The Emperor's New Groove

We're going to be honest on this one, we're kind of upset about it. How do you make a movie with a giant rollercoaster to an underground laboratory and not consider making it into a park attraction? It's practically begging for a park interpretation. It would have been brilliant-brilliant-brilliant!

This is one of those ideas that has been tossed around the Disney fan community for years. Imagine stepping onto a coaster ignited by the words "pull the lever, Kronk!" before being sent down a dark, indoor coaster inspired by Yzma's secret lab! A missed opportunity if there ever was one.

3 Wreck-It Ralph

If you want a ride that will make every gamer in Disney ecstatic, build a ride inspired by the world of Wreck-It Ralph. A trip through the various games featured in the film would be fun on its own, but imagine a grand tour of Game Central Station!

Think of all the Easter eggs and cameos that would tickle guests pink. It's one thing to see characters like Zangief, Bowser, and Dr. Robotnik in a support group, but imagine seeing them in a Disney Parks ride. Gamers would definitely toss their coins for that.

2 Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Yet another Disney classic that almost got a ride but didn't, Atlantis: The Lost Empire should have been the perfect inspiration for an undersea adventure to the lost kingdom. We could have easily seen this set in Epcot, due to its mix of mythology, history, and science fiction.

Think about it: how cool would it have been to board a steampunk-inspired vessel or an Atlantean flying vehicle to the sunken city? Guests could explore ancient ruins, cruise through volcanic caverns, or even battle the frightening Leviathan. The lack of an attraction further proves how underrated the film is.

1 The Disney Villains

The Disney Villains have gone from antagonistic characters in their respected flicks to practically their own franchise. They get their own stores, merchandise, parade floats, and stage shows, so why not give them a ride that celebrates their dastardly deeds? Disney fans would flock to it in a second.

It would definitely have to be a dark-ride, but what better way to feature all the famous fiends of Disney's animated classics? We could see ourselves stepping aboard the Jolly Roger with Captain Hook, gaining an audience with the Evil Queen, and ending it all with a Night on Bald Mountain. It's something the parks have been begging for.

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