Take note, people with little humans running around your house – there are 26 Disney movies available on Netflix right now to help you through the rest of the dreary winter months (and hopefully beyond!).
With both Marvel and Star Wars technically falling under the Disney umbrella, there’s no shortage of amazing films to share with your kiddos!
#26. 101 Dalmations
The live action version features adorable dogs and Glenn Close.
#25. Lilo & Stitch
As friendship stories go, this one is top notch.
#24. A Wrinkle in Time
The recent adaptation is beautifully done and your kids will love watching this amazing book come to life.
#23. Meet the Robinsons
Not enough people have checked out this sweet family tale about time travel.
#22. Atlantis: The Lost Empire
You and your kids may have missed this one, but it’s definitely worth a free viewing.
If your kids are into sports, this is a great way to teach them some hockey history.
#20. Beauty and the Beast
It’s hard not to love the live action version of one of our favorite classic movies.
I can’t wait for the live action Mulan to arrive in 2020, but in the meantime, this is one of my all time favorites.
#18. Black Panther
The top-grossing movie of 2018 is there for Netflix subscribers to watch as many times as they want. Which I’m guessing will be many.
#17. National Treasure
Anyone who says they don’t like this movie is lying.
The dog lovers in your house shouldn’t miss this one.
#15. Pirates of the Caribbean
Go ahead and laugh, and remember the days before we knew Johnny Depp was an a**hole.
#14. Bridge to Terabithia
This update of the classic will earn at least as many tears as the original. In case you didn’t make your kids cry enough today.
#13. The Princess Diaries (and the sequel)
Some of Anne Hathaway’s best work, if you ask me. Heh.
#12. Cars 3
You’ve made it through two, so why would you stop there?
It’s not historically accurate, but it has good songs and it’s pretty. You could always use it as a jumping off point for discussions with your kids about genocide and cultural appropriation.
#10. Chicken Little
This may be one the adults in the room tune out, but your little ones are bound to connect.
#9. The Last Jedi, The Clone Wars, and Rogue One
It’s a good start for your young Jedi.
If y’all haven’t seen this one, run, don’t walk, to your television. Or laptop or tablet. Whatever.
I don’t know about your kids, but mine are big fans.
#6. The Emperor’s New Groove
You’ll find this just as fun and charming as you did the first time you saw it.
#5. Thor: Ragnorok
These just keep getting better and better, which makes the most recent one the best, imho.
#4. Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol 2
Baby Groot. Enough said.
The songs are fun and Meg is a perfect heroine for the #metoo era.
#2. High School Musical 3: Senior Year
Zac Efron is legal now so go ahead and enjoy.
#1. Incredibles 2
This was one of the best movies of the 2018, and it will be available on Netflix at the end of January.
That should do you for awhile!