With the launch of Disney+ less than two months away, there’s a lot of excitement about what movies will be available at launch. After cross-referencing some lists from what’s available on the Disney+ free-trial in the Netherlands (thanks to @StitchKingdom), it seems that every Disney Animated movie and sequel should be available. Whether all of these movies are available on day one, or within year one, we aren’t sure yet. But with the amount of Disney movies there are, it’s going to take you awhile to get through them anyway.
What movies are on disney plus?
As a Disney Animation Studios movie buff, I like to focus on these titles specifically. According to Attraction Magazine, it seems as though every movie but The Rescuers is on there. Which to me seems a little odd considering Rescuers Down Under is on there. So maybe it’s a mistake. Nevertheless, there’s A LOT to watch, and a lot of time for them to still add it.
There’s every movie from Snow White, to Ralph Breaks the Internet. Including all of the movies from the Disney Renaissance era with classics like The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and The Lion King. If you’re behind on your Disney movies, prepare to get your fill.
Disney plus movies list
Next, seeing how much Disney movie content there will be to consume, you’re going to want a way to keep it all organized. Have some king of goal chart if you will. Assuming you’re like me, and going to want to watch every single title… I’ve created a Disney Plus movies list in checklist form for you to use while you plow through. You can download it for free here.
Something to note… Even though as of now The Rescuers isn’t on the list, I’ve still added it here since it’s one of the Disney Animation Studios classics. I’d think there are plans to add it eventually. I’ll also update this after the digital release of Frozen 2.
Not into printing things? That’s ok too. You can download it to your phone and check off the boxes as you go that way too.
This is great to use for family movie nights, or as a quick reference to see which Disney movie you want to watch next on Disney+. You don’t even have to wait until the November 12th launch to work on it. If you’re already a pro and you’ve seen most of these titles, print off the list now and see which movies you have left to see.