With the recent uprising of attractions based on Pixar movies or characters, I'm wondering if there are any non-Pixar movies that are being overlooked to be made into attractions. I know that these movies are whats "in", but I don't think the parks focus should be incorporating every single Pixar movie into a ride. Here's a list of rides based on Disney Movies I want to see (keep in mind that my taste in Disney movies is very well, um, "unique".)
Oogie Boogie's Roulett Wheel- Yes, I know we already have HMH, but maybe we should be able to get our Nightmare Before Christmas on a more permanant basis. And the movie does have the perfect element to made into a ride, Oogie Boogie's Roulette wheel. This would be like any regular "scrambler" ride in other parks, but have the same obstacles that were in Nightmare Before Christmas. And in no means would it be campy or cheap like scramblers in other parks it would be given great Disney detail And it would be an indoor ride.
Location: Two options here A) NOS Right next to HM in an indoor complex, either get rid of the train and move it to where Hungry Bear is or use some more backstage area. B) DCA in Hollywood Pictures Backlot, while the themeing might not be right, it go right next to TOT. Plus it goes with the parks idea of taking carnival rides and making it Disney-esque.
A Goofy Ride- It'd be a dark ride based on the mid-nineties Goofy Movie. It would be an out of the ordinary dark ride.
Location: Toontown, I know Toon Town already has Roger Rabbit's cartoon spin as that land's dark ride, but would adding another one really hurt? Might bring up that Land's stock a little bit. Plus, Fantasy Land already has a lot of dark rides living together in harmony.
Bambi dark ride- It deserves a dark ride, it's a classic.
Location: Critter Country needs it. There should be room for it, I think!
Emperor's New Groove Roller Coaster- This would be based on the transportation used to get to Eesma's secret lair in ENG and probably some ingenious chase scenes through hillsides.
Location: Don't know, Where Casey Junior is now and where the sky cabins loading in Fantasy Land was.
Well, those are my suggestions don't laugh at me too hard. I just think going back to attractions based on non pixar movies is the way to go after Monsters Inc. is done and over with.