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Here Are Our Favorite Sun-Filled Family Movies on Disney+ to Watch During a Snow Day

If you’re ready for Elsa to stop with the snow already, we know how you feel. Thankfully, Disney’s streaming service, Disney+, has plenty of movies and television shows to remind you of bright, sunny days. From Moana to Teen Beach Movie to the live-action Aladdin, here are a few of our favorite summer movies on this subscription platform.

‘Cars’ and other Pixar movies are available on Disney+

Thankfully, this movie is completely snow-free. Cars tells the story of the famous racer Lightning McQueen as he learns what it means to be a good race car and an even better friend. This movie is available on Disney+, along with its sequels and spin-off shorts.

Other feel-good Pixar movies on this platform include Up, which features the beautiful and scenic Paradise Falls: a land lost in time. Brave takes place in a fictional medieval Scotland, complete with dense forests and a waterfall.

Disney+ recently added the live-action ‘Aladdin’ to its library

What’s the opposite of cold weather? The desert, where Aladdin takes place. Agrabah is a made-up city that does take aspects of Middle Eastern culture, especially in the live-action version of this story.

To be fair, Jafar does send Aladdin to the ends of the earth which is, turns out, not a great vacation destination. However, both the original animated film and Disney’s 2019 adaptation of Aladdin are available for binge-watching on this streaming platform. The live-action reboot joined the Disney+ library on Jan. 8, 2020, a few months after its cinematic run.

Some ‘Star Wars’ movies, including ‘The Phantom Menace’ are available on this streaming platform

There are a few snowy planets in the Star Wars universe. However, Anakin Skywalker, Luke Skywalker, and Rey grew up

Article source: https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/sun-filled-family-movies-disney-plus-summer.html/

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