If you’re like us, you’ll soon subscribe to Disney+ because of its large amount of Star Wars and MCU content; after all, it’s much easier to collect these movies in one convenient place. However, the Jedi and superheroes on the platform are not limited to Jedi Knights, and some of these services may surprise you due to Disney studios such as Fox and Sony. We have browsed through all of Disney + to find our favorite movies that you can play now, some of which you will look forward to, but others you may not realize are available. You can now watch everything from Disney’s first-ever princess film, “Snow White,” and other classic animations, to Nic Cage’s historic robbery film, “National Treasure,” on Disney+. What are you going to see this month?

10. Ant-Man (2015):

Ant-Man is not the most important member of the Avengers. When it comes to saving the universe from Thanos’ unique form of population control, he is mainly assigned to Team B (until he accidentally enters the quantum realm). Exactly when the “capture” occurs ( However, its mid-level position in the MCU benefits the Ant-Man films, and it does not appear to be primarily for the advancement of a larger narrative.

9. Avatar (2009):

Avatar is a movie that definitely has a problem. The plot is FernGully in space, with a hint of Pocahontas (including the unfortunate “Noble Savage” metaphor). But I want to say that this movie is worth watching because it is not a groundbreaking feature film or anything like “great art”.

8. Captain America: Civil War (2016):

Superhero movies are full of destruction, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe is no exception. New York City and the fictional Sokovia nation suffered huge destruction and casualties in the first two Avengers movies. Heroes are usually not responsible for the hell they cause, but in the civil war, the Avengers were forced to face the fact that, although many people regard them as heroes, many people think that they do more harm than good.

7. Coco (2017):

Miguel (voiced by Anthony Gonzalez) dreams of becoming a world-famous musician, but his family strictly forbids it. On the Day of the Dead, he took a guitar from the tomb of his hero Ernesto and was cursed to only interact with the dead. You need to get the blessing of a deceased relative before dawn, otherwise, you will not be able to return to the land of the living. Sounds very dark, right? Although death is the central theme of Coco, this movie is never sick, but a celebration of life, family, and the pursuit of dreams.

6. The Empire Strikes Back (1980):

At this point, the reputation of The Empire Strikes Back precedes it because it is widely regarded as the best of all that Star Wars has to offer. This film indeed summarizes the reasons why this series of films is so popular, but it also distinguishes it from other Star Wars films in a very different field: Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) in a romance (Fisher).

5. Lilo & Stitch (2002):

Another neglected member of the Disney animation family, Lilo & Stitch, ditched the princess/fairy tale formula in favor of a story that felt more ingrained, even though the aliens later crashed into Kauai to escape the prison in outer space. “Lilo & Stitch” is one of Disney’s most interesting movies, but what makes it an enduring favorite in the Disney catalog is the slowly forming bond between the nominal duo.

4. Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl (2003):

It is usually a bad idea to make an entire movie based on theme park rides, but the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie is a huge exception to this rule. After all, who doesn’t like pirates? This movie is arguably the greatest movie swordsman of all time because Captain Jack Sparrow (played by Johnny Depp is a perfect combination of smoothness, recklessness, and possibly drunkenness, making the audience want to join his crew of the Black Pearl once they get it back, of course.

3. Ratatouille (2007):

Right away, it is important to realize that Ratatouille may be the best movie concept ever. Does a mouse named Remy (voiced by Patton Oswalt) like cooking so much that he collaborates with a stupid chef to create delicious dishes by hiding under the chef’s hat and controlling him like a puppet master? Cooking mixture? Chef’s kiss. A thousand chef’s kisses. But despite a very stupid premise (even by children’s animation standards), Ratatouille provides all the emotional depth you would expect from a Pixar production.

2. Raya and the Last Dragon (2021):

Dragons and humans once coexisted harmoniously in the fantasy world of Kumandra, until the dragon sacrificed himself to save Kumandra from the evil spirit known as Druen. Five hundred years later, the Druen returned. Raya (Kelly Marie Tran) tried to find Sisu (voiced by Okafina), a dragon rumored to have survived the previous battle. Defend Kumandela forever.

1. Newsies (1992):

This 90s music film has it all: an inspiring story (loosely) based on a real newsboy strike in 1899, a soundtrack with no skippable tracks, and a performance by Christian Bale. Sadly, Bell was so embarrassed by his performance that he refused to discuss the film in interviews for several years. I’m afraid I have to disagree with this Oscar-winning actor’s evaluation here, because he has already provided some movie star charms. Just like Jack Kelly, he just wants to sell a rogue cowboy with a heart of gold. In New York City in the late 19th century.

So, yeah, these are the 10 Best Movies To Stream On Disney+ This Month. Well, guys, are you ready to stream these movies on Disney+? We hope that you will find a movie that suits your mood and that will entertain you along with helping you to spend your free time. What do you guys want to say about the list at the top? Which among these is your favorite movie? Feel free to tell us your valuable thoughts in the comment section below. Until then, keep reading Animated Times, the perfect place to get a closer look at the entertainment industry, upcoming movies, TV series, celebrity gossip, and much more. We’ll have you covered. So keep reading animated times, guys, for more.

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