50 best movies to watch on Disney Plus right now

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The 50 best movies to watch on Disney Plus, including Avengers: Endgame, Moana, Never Been Kissed, The Lady and the Tramp and Noelle.

Even though the world’s currently obsessed with Baby Yoda, there’s much more to watch on Disney Plus than The Mandalorian. From the earliest animated classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to the latest Marvel history-maker Avengers: Endgame, there are tons of good movies to watch on Disney Plus!

If you’re looking for a good movie to watch, or if you’re wondering whether to take the Disney+ plunge, we’ve got you covered.

Discover an unstoppable lineup of new and old favorites, unparalleled classics and high-profile premieres available to stream on Disney+ with our ranking of the 50 best movies the service has to offer. Check out the list, and comment below with your favorite picks!

50. Pinocchio

Release Year: 1940

Directed By: Ben Sharpsteen and Hamilton Luske

Starring: Cliff Edwards, Dickie Jones, Christian Rub, Mel Blanc, Walter Catlett, Charles Judels, Evelyn Venable, Frankie Darro

If you were ever told while growing up that your nose would grow if you told a lied, it’s time to watch Pinocchio and continue to pass down that haunting threat to the next generations. The second-oldest title in Disney’s roster, the animated classic ranks among the best movies to watch on Disney+ along with a host of other time-tested fairy tales, fables and favorites. Without a doubt, Pinocchio should be one of the movies you revisit on the new streamer.

Based on Carlo Collodi’s Italian children’s novel The Adventures of Pinocchio, the film follows a woodworker named Geppetto, who wishes upon a falling start that the puppet he completed work on would become a real boy. After the Blue Fairy grants Geppetto’s wish, Jiminy Cricket acts as Pinocchio’s conscience, but that doesn’t stop the overly trusting, newly human boy from falling in line with the ill-intentioned Honest John and traveling to the sinful Pleasure Island.

Pinocchio was released as the second Walt Disney Animation film ever in 1940 and holds a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The film appears to be next in line for a live-action adaptation at Disney, following the upcoming slate that includes Mulan, Cruella and others. What’s more, Disney+ has also put into a development an animated spin-off centered on Jiminy Cricket, who’s one of the company’s enduring symbols.T he future looks bright for Pinocchio, and that’s no lie.

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