The 14 Best Movies You Can Stream On Disney+ Right Now
Fans of Disney’s extensive animation, Marvel, and Star Wars libraries already know about the wealth of content available for streaming on Disney+. More than 600 titles were made available when the channel launched in November 2019, and it's only been growing.
1. Hidden Figures (2016)
The lives of NASA's unsung heroes are celebrated in this story of three NASA employees (Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monáe) who helped bring astronaut John Glenn into orbit during the Space Race of the 1960s.
2. Night at the Museum (2006)
Ben Stiller stars in this comedy about a guard at the Natural History Museum who discovers that nightfall brings some of the exhibits to life. The 2009 sequel, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, is also on the service.
3. Three Men and a Baby (1987)
Ted Danson, Steve Guttenberg, and Tom Selleck star in this '80s hit about three single guys tasked with caring for a baby that suddenly appears at their door. The 1990 sequel, Three Men and a Little Lady, is also available on the service.
4. The Rookie (2002)
Dennis Quaid stars in this amiable drama about a middle-aged former ball player who gets a second chance at the majors--providing his ragtag team wins a district championship first.
5. National Treasure (2004)
Nicolas Cage is Benjamin Franklin Gates, an amateur cryptologist who discovers the location of a lost treasure is well within reach—if he can manage to steal the Declaration of Independence—in National Treasure. The 2007 sequel, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, is also on the service.
6. The Muppet Movie (1979)
Take a road trip with Kermit and company in their first full-length feature, which sees the frog on his way to Hollywood. Steve Martin and Orson Welles make cameos; so does a very young Tim Burton, playing a puppeteer in the film’s finale.
7. TRON (1982)
Jeff Bridges finds himself trapped inside a computer in this cutting-edge and neon-lit look at a cyber world that marks some of the first use of computer effects in film. Writer and director Steve Lisberger was inspired by a demo reel of computer animation and the video game Pong. The belated sequel, 2010’s TRON: Legacy, is also available.
8. Return to Oz (1985)
This sort-of sequel to 1939’s The Wizard of Oz, which was considered audacious upon its release, finds Dorothy back in trouble and surrounded by a new group of friends, including Tik-Tok and Jack Pumpkinhead. Star Fairuza Balk was cast after 1000 girls auditioned.
9. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Disney and Warner Bros. properties met in this live-action and animated hit that features Bob Hoskins as a private detective out to prove the popular ‘toon rabbit is innocent of murder. Charles Fleischer, the voice of Roger, wore a Roger costume on set while providing the voice so that Hoskins and the other actors could react to something.
10. The Princess Bride (1987)
Fairy tales got a makeover courtesy of screenwriter William Goldman, who adapted his own book about a farmhand named Westley (Cary Elwes) who looks to rescue his sweet Princess Buttercup (Robin Wright) from the clutches of Prince Humperdinck (Chris Sarandon). Encounters with a giant, a Spanish fencing expert, and other colorful characters follow.
11. Miracle (2004)
There are many vintage Kurt Russell films on Disney+, including 1969’s The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, but the best is probably this rendition of the true story behind the United States hockey team's unlikely win against the Soviet Union in the 1980 Winter Olympics. The game is considered by some to be the greatest upset in sports history.
12. Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989)
13. Secretariat (2010)
The adventures of one of the most winning horses in racing gets the biopic treatment: Diane Lane stars a woman who takes over her father’s stable and eventually comes across a horse destined for equine glory.
14. Glory Road (2006)
Josh Lucas portrays real-life Texas Western College coach Don Haskins, who defied convention by starting the NCAA's first all-black basketball team in the 1960s. Jon Voight and Emily Deschanel co-star.