Best Movies on Disney Plus Right Now (January 2024)

The volume of content available on Disney+ may feel overwhelming. Indeed, there are a plethora of good movies on Disney+, from forgotten live-action films from the 60s, 70s, and 80s alongside a ton of Disney Channel Original movies — and that’s not to mention the catalog titles from Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm and the growing library of new original films you can only find on Disney+. To help you find the cream of the crop, we’re compiled a list of the best movies on Disney Plus across all genres. Take a look!


For more recommendations, check out our list of the best shows on Disney+, best comedies on Disney+, and best romantic movies on Disney+.


Princess Diaries

Rotten Tomatoes: 49% | IMDb: 6.4/10

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The Princess Diaries

Release Date
August 3, 2001

Runtime
1 hr 55 min

The Princess Diaries centers on Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway), a timid American teenager living in San Francisco with her mother (Caroline Goodall) and her cat, who discovers her royal heritage as the heiress to a European kingdom’s throne and a real-life princess. With guidance from her estranged grandmother (Julie Andrews), the current reigning queen, Mia faces a pivotal decision: whether to embrace her inherited throne or relinquish her title forever.

The Princess Diaries served as Anne Hathaway’s debut in the world of cinema, and her charming portrayal of Mia Thermopolis earned her recognition and kick-started her career. Despite not receiving extensive critical acclaim, the film has garnered a substantial and adoring audience following, solidifying its status as an iconic coming-of-age film that resonates with the dreams of many teenagers. The movie also showcases Julie Andrews in a role that perfectly suits her – that of a queen, exuding grace and timeless charm. Furthermore, it masterfully blends humor and poignant moments, striking a harmonious balance that captivates both young and adult audiences. The Princess Diaries also delivers valuable life lessons to its target audience about the responsibilities tied to power and the significance of utilizing it for the common good. – Jessie Nguyen

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Fire of Love

Rotten Tomatoes: 98% | IMDb: 7.6/10

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Fire of Love

Release Date
July 6, 2022

Cast
Miranda July

Runtime
1 hr 33 min

Genres
Documentary

Fire Of Love is a National Geographic documentary that follows the blossoming love of scientists Katia and Maurice Krafft, who for their entire lives have loved two things: each other and volcanoes. For two decades, the duo made it their life’s work to travel across the planet in chase of volcanic eruptions and their aftermath in order to gather a greater understanding of the volcanoes of the world. As they document their discoveries with photographs and breathtaking film, they share their findings with the public and become the premiere volcano experts of the world before their untimely demise during a 1991 volcanic explosion on Japan’s Mount Unzen.

Fire of Love takes the already beautiful and mesmerizing footage shot by the Kraffts and allows it to reach the same level of gravitas and beauty that the couple had always envisioned volcanoes to be. The film is filled to the brim with countless beautiful setpieces as they work hand-in-hand with the beautiful yet heartbreaking real-life romance at the center of the story. Narration from Miranda July helps keep the film focused and grounded as a narrative progression, seeing the couple’s evolutions and changes as they work more and more with a world becoming more aware and reactive to volcanoes and their destruction thanks to their work. The film is easily one of the most memorable and well-regarded documentaries in recent memory and is a must-watch just for those looking for a visual feast for the eyes. – Robert Lee III

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Enchanted

Rotten Tomatoes: 93% | IMDb: 7.1/10

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Enchanted

Release Date
November 20, 2007

Director
Kevin Lima

Runtime
107

Enchanted serves as both a loving tribute to and a playful satire of Disney’s animated classics. The story begins in the animated realm of Andalasia, where Giselle (Amy Adams), an optimistic maiden, envisions true love and a fairytale ending with Prince Edward (James Marsden). However, her dreams are abruptly shattered when the wicked Queen Narissa (Susan Sarandon) transports her to the bewildering real-world setting of New York City, where she takes on a live-action form. In New York, Giselle meets divorce lawyer Robert Philip (Patrick Dempsey) and his daughter, Morgan (Rachel Covey), resulting in amusing and heartwarming encounters with the city’s residents.

Enchanted is a delightful treat for Disney enthusiasts, brimming with references and playful self-mockery. It seamlessly combines traditional animation with live action, promising to enchant the whole family. Additionally, the movie boasts a remarkable ensemble of talents, with Adams at the forefront. Her innocent gaze and sweet, enchanting voice effectively bridge the gap between Disney’s magical fantasy world and our reality, making it a genuine dream come true. While following a traditional romantic comedy format with a happy ending, Enchanted is a resounding success. It not only fills children with joy through its music but also brings smiles to adults with its relatable and tender approach. – Jessie Nguyen

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Spider-Man 2

Rotten Tomatoes: 93% | IMDb: 7.5/10

Based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name and serving as the second installment in Sam Raimi‘s Spider-Man franchise, Spider-Man 2 is set two years after the events of Spider-Man. The film follows the titular character, aka Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire), and his struggle to prevent scientist Dr. Otto Octavius (Alfred Molina) from reenacting a perilous experiment that led to the death of his wife and left him neurologically bonded to mechanical tentacles. Simultaneously, Peter grapples with an existential crisis concerning his dual identities, which seems to be diminishing his superpowers.

Raimi’s Spider-Man 2 skillfully represents a pinnacle entry in the franchise, seamlessly blending drama and action, somber moments, and pure entertainment, offering the audience the ultimate superhero experience. In addition, throughout the film, Maguire proves to be the perfect actor to portray the conflicted superhero. His earnest and vulnerable portrayal showcases why he revels in the superhero transformation, as well as the weight of its responsibilities. Molina’s portrayal of Doc Ock also brings a fresh and more grounded perspective compared to Willem Dafoe‘s Green Goblin. In the end, Raimi reminds the audience with Spider-Man 2 that it’s possible to create highly marketable films while maintaining one’s artistic integrity. – Jessie Nguyen

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Turning Red

Rotten Tomatoes: 95% | IMDb: 7.0/10

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Turning Red

A thirteen-year-old girl named Mei Lee is torn between staying her mother’s dutiful daughter and the changes of adolescence. And as if the challenges were not enough, whenever she gets overly excited she transforms into a giant red panda.

Release Date
March 11, 2022

Director
Domee Shi

Read Our Review Directed by Domee Shi in her feature debut, Turning Red follows 13-year-old Meilin “Mei” Lee (Rosalie Chiang), a young girl about to enter the anxiety-inducing stages of puberty, causing her to be torn between the innocence and parental safety of her formative years and the exciting unknown of growing up. Alongside plenty of other teenage worries in her school and home life, Mei seems to be facing down the barrel of the most difficult time in her life yet… and that doesn’t even account for her hereditary condition, passed down through a familial curse, that means she turns into a furry red panda whenever she becomes overwhelmed with emotion.

In typical Disney/Pixar fashion, writers Domee Shi, Julia Cho, and Sarah Streicher bring to life a beautiful metaphor for the emotional overload felt by adolescents, creating a wide-eyed, fun physical form for young teenagers’ sometimes uncontrollable state of mind. Supported by a wonderful voice cast headlined by Sandra Oh as Ming, Rosalie Chiang is fantastic in her breakout role, with her ability to find genuine heartfelt nuance in her performance more than credible. As Pixar’s fastest production ever, Turning Red never feels like it was rushed; from the impressive animation down to the spellbinding story, this feels like a labor of love and passion. – Jake Hodges

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Cinderella (1950)

Rotten Tomatoes: 98% | IMDb: 7.3/10

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Cinderella (1950)

When Cinderella’s cruel stepmother prevents her from attending the Royal Ball, she gets some unexpected help from the lovable mice Gus and Jaq and from her Fairy Godmother.

Release Date
March 4, 1950

Director
Wilfred Jackson , Hamilton Luske , Clyde Geronimi

Cast
Homer Brightman , Erdman Penner

Runtime
1 hr 14 min

This timeless tale based on Charles Perrault‘s 1697 fairytale follows the titular character, voiced by Ilene Woods, during her time under the regime of her evil stepmother. Bullied by her stepsisters into not going to the royal ball, Cinderella is surprised by a Fairy Godmother (Verna Felton) and given until midnight to enjoy an evening of luxury at the dance. As midnight chimes, Cinderella leaves the ball and is magically returned to her previous impoverished state. However, a missing glass slipper found by the aptly named Prince Charming will set him on a search for its owner, but can he find Cinderella now she is in her truest form?

A classic of Dinsey’s golden era, Cinderella is a rags-to-riches story with a central plot so brimming with possibility it could give even the most hopeless a sense of potential. Despite this being a well-told tale, this version of Cinderella manages to really capture each emotional beat, with its short 74-minute run-time lending itself to the movie keeping its perfect pacing. To this day, it can be hard to understand exactly how a team of late 1940s animators was able to produce something so visually gorgeous under the constraints of the time, with this film certainly more impressive than many other animations released recently. – Jake Hodges

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Mrs. Doubtfire

Rotten Tomatoes: 70% | IMDb: 7.1/10

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Mrs. Doubtfire

After a bitter divorce, an actor disguises himself as a female housekeeper to spend time with his children held in custody by his former wife. 

Release Date
November 24, 1993

Director
Chris Columbus

Runtime
125

Genres
Comedy , Documentary , Drama , Family

Robin Williams at his mesmerizing best, Mrs. Doubtfire is a touching tale of a down-on-his-luck voice-actor father named Daniel (Robin Williams), who has been ousted by his frustrated wife Miranda (Sally Field). In search of a way back into his family’s lives, Daniel realizes they are on the search for a female housekeeper, and with the help of some iconic prosthetics and a charming Scottish accent, gets the job as his alter ego, Mrs. Doubtfire. Finally getting to spend quality time with his children again, how long can Daniel keep up his double life, and just how strained will his role become when Miranda’s new boyfriend appears?

An endearing tale of the true depths of familial love, Mrs. Doubtfire is one-part heartwarming drama and one-part exuberant hilarity thanks to Robin Williams working at his career best. From the cake face mask to the Heimlich maneuver dinner scene, Williams delights with his unique ability to perfectly craft over-the-top humor from unbelievable situations without ever losing a sense of grounded reality. The face of Mrs. Doubtfire is certainly one of Hollywood’s more iconic creations, marked by an Academy Award win for Best Makeup, with the soothing Scottish tones of the gentle housekeeper still ringing in the ears of the movie’s fans to this day. – Jake Hodges

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Rotten Tomatoes: 55% | IMDb: 6.2/10

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Release Date
March 19, 2010

Director
Thor Freudenthal

Cast
Zachary Gordon , Robert Capron , Rachael Harris , Steve Zahn , Connor Fielding , Owen Fielding

Runtime
120

Genres
Comedy , Family

Based on Jeff Kinney’s beloved children’s novel of the same name, Diary of a Wimpy Kid follows twelve-year-old Greg Heffley (Zachary Gordon) as he documents the trials and tribulations that come with starting middle school, navigating friendships, and dealing with protective parents and a frustrating older brother. Told through his own diary entries, illustrated in the film with the iconic style debuted in Kinney’s novel, Greg and his best friend Rowley (Robert Capron) must find a way to survive their terrifying new chapter in education — and hopefully exit the journey still as close as ever.

A perfect child-friendly romp that seems to find the true emotions of a 12-year-old, Diary of a Wimpy Kid is equal parts slapstick hilarity and touching life lessons. Although some of the plot points feel exaggerated, it is that very style that nearly captures the mind of a young person, where what many would consider insignificant can be genuinely life-altering. Back by a surprisingly strong ensemble cast, including a young Chloë Grace Moretz, the narrative’s mission statement is one of true friendship and the realization that the ones we love should not be sacrificed for popularity. Diary of a Wimpy Kid is endearing and relatable, all with a sprinkling of horror in the form of the dreaded CHEESE TOUCH. – Jake Hodges

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Finding Nemo

Rotten Tomatoes: 99% | IMDb: 8.2/10

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Finding Nemo

After his son is captured in the Great Barrier Reef and taken to Sydney, a timid clownfish sets out on a journey to bring him home.

Release Date
May 30, 2003

Director
Andrew Stanton , Lee Unkrich

Runtime
100

Read Our Review When Disney and Pixar get it right, they get it really right. Following a devastating prologue in which clownfish Marlin (Albert Brooks) loses his partner and all of their children bar one, Finding Nemo’s story begins some years later with his only son Nemo (Alexander Gould) about to begin school. Because of his tragic past, Marlin is very protective of his son, leading to Nemo, on his first day of school, rebelling and being accidentally caught by a diver. Suddenly, and with the help of an eclectic mix of characters (including Ellen DeGeneres’ Dory), the search is on to bring Nemo back home safe and in the arms (or fins) of his father.

A fast-paced rush of family-friendly fun, Finding Nemo is astounding in all of its relevant categories, such as animation, voice acting, and narrative. Proving that 3D animated water can look beautifully realistic despite the doubts of many at the time, the creative team at Pixar continued their streak of excellence by making the world of Finding Nemo both typically exuberant yet genuinely grounded. Ellen DeGeneres is hilarious as companion Dory, with her endlessly quotable performance eventually earning Dory her own feature film in 2016. Joyfully entertaining for both 6 and 60-year-olds alike, Finding Nemo is Pixar at their best. – Jake Hodges

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Smart House

IMDb: 6.1/10

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Smart House

Release Date
June 26, 1999

Director
LeVar Burton

Runtime
1 hr 22 min

Genres
children , Comedy , Drama

This Disney Channel Original Movie from director LeVar Burton tells the story of 13-year-old Ben Cooper (Ryan Merriman), who, after the death of his mother, decides to carry more of the burden of his household alongside his father Nick (Kevin Kilner) and little sister Angie (Katie Volding). After using his computer skills to enter an online competition, Ben wins a house designed to take full automation of their living — something he could have only dreamt of before. However, after influencing the computer with 1950s TV shows to try and replace his mother after his father gets a new girlfriend, hoping the artificial maternal stand-in will prove a new mother figure is not needed, all hell breaks loose as the computer becomes out of control, with only Ben able to save the day.

Heaps of joyous fun with a heartfelt central message about the grief of a child, Smart House is one of the standout Disney Channel Original Movies thanks to its family-friendly script and mission to bring pure entertainment. Although told through the eyes of young Ben, it is admirable just how much nuance is given to father Nick after he becomes widowed and must bring up two children on his own. Thanks to its easy-going nature, Smart House is the sort of film perfect for a cozy night in with the family. – Jake Hodges

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Isle of Dogs

Rotten Tomatoes: 90% | IMDb: 7.8/10

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Isle of Dogs

Set in Japan, Isle of Dogs follows a boy’s odyssey in search of his lost dog.

Release Date
March 23, 2018

Runtime
101

Read Our Review This Wes Anderson stop-motion movie follows the aftermath of a dog flu outbreak in the city of Megasaki, Japan. With the community on high alert, Mayor Kobayashi (Kunichi Nomura) declares that all of the city’s dogs must be sent to the ominous Trash Island. Despite the struggles of many owners, the dogs are rounded up and shipped across, with one boy in particular, Atari (Koyu Rankin), deciding to take the matter into his own hands. With the help of five other dogs, Atari searches the Island for his dog Spots, although such a mission was never going to be easy.

Realized with impeccable detail, both Megasaki and Trash Island feel bursting with life, with Anderson and the team at 3 Mills Studios reuniting seamlessly following their success with Fantastic Mr. Fox. It isn’t simply eye-catching animation and a heartwarming story that push Isle of Dogs towards triumph — the typically Anderson star-studded ensemble definitely helps, too. With the likes of Tilda Swinton, Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, and many more applying their talents to this tale, it can be difficult to imagine not simply spending the run-time pointing out whose voice is whose. However, such is the tender brilliance and deep immersion of this story that really doesn’t happen. – Jake Hodges

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Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark

Rotten Tomatoes: 93% | IMDb: 8.4/10

One of the most highly-celebrated exports of the action/adventure genre, Steven Spielberg’s Raiders of the Lost Ark is set in 1936 and follows the exciting journey of archeology professor Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford). Known for his genius in the field, Jones is requested directly by the US government to go on a mission to find the mythical Ark of the Covenant. With the Nazis also hunting the prize, Jones must battle time, travel, and some terrifying set pieces in an attempt to get to the Ark first and discover the key to human existence.

By its very nature, Raiders of the Lost Ark is a masterclass in adventure movies, with the dense jungles of South America and the heat of Egypt just two of the stunning places Jones visits. Despite having some of the most famous action scenes in cinema history littered throughout its runtime, Raiders of the Lost Ark never loses sight of the heart of its story, with the tale of the determination of our central hero a remarkable one. Benefiting hugely from a dedication to practical effects and stunts, the movie is an almost two-hour rollercoaster ride, and certainly one you will queue up again for right away. – Jake Hodges

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Avatar: The Way of Water

Rotten Tomatoes: 76% | IMDb: 7.6/10

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Avatar: The Way of Water

Jake Sully lives with his newfound family formed on the extrasolar moon Pandora. Once a familiar threat returns to finish what was previously started, Jake must work with Neytiri and the army of the Na’vi race to protect their home.

Release Date
December 16, 2022

Director
James Cameron

Runtime
192 minutes

Read Our Review Continuing James Cameron’s groundbreaking cinematic franchise, Avatar: The Way of Water takes audiences back to the jaw-dropping scenery of Pandora. Taking place a decade after the original Avatar film, Avatar: The Way of Water features a slew of actors reprising their roles, including Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana (Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol 3). While undoubtedly showcasing gorgeous visuals of the rich and vivid world created by Cameron, especially focusing on the use of light and water, Avatar: The Way of Water also delivers a generously emotional and intricate story woven deftly with heart-pumping action and adventure. – Yael Tygiel

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Color of Friendship

Rotten Tomatoes: 100% | IMDb: 7.2/10

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The Color of Friendship

Release Date
February 5, 2000

Director
Kevin Hooks

Cast
Carl Lumbly , Penny Johnson Jerald , Lindsey Haun

Runtime
1 hr 27 min

Genres
Drama

The Color of Friendship is a story of learning tolerance that’s based on a true story of two teenage girls from very different backgrounds becoming best friends. Piper Dellums (Shadia Simmons), daughter of Congressman Ron Dellums, begs her family to host an exchange student from Africa. However, they are surprised to find the South African student they get is a young white girl benefitting from the inequality of apartheid. The film is a great way for kids to learn about how discrimination and systemic oppression affect people of color while enjoying the enduring friendship develop between the main two girls.

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Ice Princess

Rotten Tomatoes: 52% | IMDb: 6.0/10

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Ice Princess

Release Date
March 17, 2005

Director
Tim Fywell

Runtime
98

Genres
Comedy , Documentary , Drama , Family , sport

Anyone looking to get their young girl into STEM and/or sports should show them Ice Princess. Michelle Trachtenberg (Buffy) plays Casey Carlyle, a brainy young science student who realizes she can mix physics with ice skating to innovate and improve everyone’s skills using algorithms and the help of a tough, seasoned coach played by the ever-talented Kim Cattrall (Sex and the City). The film also features an up-and-coming Hayden Panettiere (Nashville), who had to learn how to figure skate from scratch just for this role. This is an inspirational movie that sends a great message to kids that they don’t have to box themselves into one thing and that they can always find new and interesting ways to apply the things they love.

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Holes

Rotten Tomatoes: 78% | IMDb: 7.0/10

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Holes

Release Date
April 18, 2003

Director
Andrew Davis

Runtime
117

Read Our Review Shia LaBeouf (The Peanut Butter Falcon) stars in Holes as Stanley, a wrongfully convicted boy sentenced to a detention work camp in the desert. Directed by Andrew Davis, Holes has been praised for both its ability to stay faithful to the source material (Louis Sachar’s novel) as well the director’s incredibly powerful visual standards. In addition to LaBeouf, Holes also features an incredible supporting cast that includes Sigourney Weaver (Avatar), Jon Voight (Ray Donovan), Patricia Arquette (Severance), and Tim Blake Nelson. Holes brings to life an imaginative and intelligent story showcased by wide shots that build an epic feel for a family film. – Yael Tygiel

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Chang Can Dunk

Rotten Tomatoes: 95% | IMDb: 6.4/10

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Chang Can Dunk

Release Date
March 10, 2023

Runtime
1 hr 49 min

It was evident from the first trailer that Chang Can Dunk would be charming, and the film not only delivers, but it elevates that charm into a story of inspiration and introspection. Bloom Li (My Dead Ex) leads the charge as Cheng, a high school student in the marching band who wants to be more than just a guy in the background. In an attempt to impress his crush, Cheng bets the top basketball star at the school that he will be able to dunk by homecoming. There’s just one little problem — he doesn’t have the hops, yet. Watching Chang put in the work and struggle day after day to make his dream a reality will have you yelling with joy as the inches between his feet and the ground painstakingly increase. – Tauri Miller

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Logan

Rotten Tomatoes: 94% | IMDb: 8.1/10

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Logan

Release Date
March 3, 2017

Runtime
2 hr 17 min

Read Our Review There’s a case to be made that Logan is the best X-Men movie. While its hard-R rating allows it to get more violent than other films in the franchise, that’s not why it’s good. It’s good because it’s basically a neo-Western where Logan has to see if his life is more than the violence he’s doled out and if he’s able to be a caretaker and protector rather than an enforcer as he, a sundowning Professor X (Patrick Stewart), and a young girl (Dafne Keen) go on the run from nefarious forces. Hugh Jackman is able to send the character out a high note and James Mangold‘s soulful direction gives the movie a heft that belies its comic book origins. Logan is a somber affair, but all the stronger for it. – Matt Goldberg

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Sleeping Beauty

Rotten Tomatoes: 89% | IMDb: 7.2/10

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Sleeping Beauty (1959)

Release Date
January 29, 1959

Director
Clyde Geronimi , Wolfgang Reitherman

Cast
Mary Costa , Bill Shirley , Eleanor Audley

Runtime
75

Sleeping Beauty easily remains one of the best animated movies Disney has ever made. Yes, there are films more important to Disney’s history like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Dumbo and there are films that revitalized Disney like Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King. But arguably the greatest animated film Walt Disney ever produced was his 1959 fairy tale about Princess Aurora, who was cursed to sleep by the wicked Maleficent and rescued by Prince Phillip. The animation on display is absolutely stunning with Disney taking full advantage of the Super Technirama 70 widescreen process. When you consider that Disney didn’t have the advantage of computers like they would in the 90s, the 2D animation here is even more impressive and helps to sell the romanticism of the story. This would also be the last gasp of this kind of animation as Disney moved into xerography with its features across the 60s and 70s. – Matt Goldberg

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Up

Rotten Tomatoes: 98% | IMDb: 8.3/10

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Up (2009)

Release Date
May 29, 2009

Director
Pete Docter

Runtime
1 hr 36 min

Read Our Review Look past the first ten minutes. While the first ten minutes get all the attention of Pixar’s 2009 film Up, look past that rollercoaster of a prologue and look at the film as a whole and you’ll see one of the best adventure movies of the 21st century. The story of a curmudgeonly old man who decides to fly his house to South America using balloons only to get a young “wilderness explorer” along for the trip is a terrific yarn about finding new adventures and learning to let go of the past to find new relationships. It’s a beautiful story from start to finish packed with thrilling action, terrific humor, and lovely visuals. The first ten minutes are the best and worst thing that ever happened to Up, but look at the whole film and you’ll see why it’s among Pixar’s best. – Matt Goldberg

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