It can be difficult to find a movie that your whole household agrees to watch together. Luckily, Disney Plus offers a number of titles that everyone is sure to love. Settle in with your loved ones, grab a bowl of your favorite shareable snacks, settle into your favorite seat in your living room, and enjoy these family-friendly movies tonight! Don’t have a Disney Plus account? Check out their free trial.
Everyone loves Kermit, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Miss Piggy and the rest of the Muppets. But how did they get their start in show business? In the classic film, The Muppet Movie, everyone’s favorite puppets travel the country in hopes of reaching Hollywood, all while evading the evil frog-leg restaurateur Doc Hopper. Along the way, they meet a series of hilarious Muppets and humans alike with timeless cameos. Mel Brooks, Steve Martin, Richard Pryor, Carol Kane, and Big Bird all show up. Classic songs like The Rainbow Connection, Movin’ Right Along, and Can You Picture That, are sure to delight each and every member of your family.
When Miguel is banned from playing his beloved guitar, he enters the Land of the Dead to find his grandfather, the legendary musician Ernesto De La Cruz. While there, however, Miguel finds that not everything his family believes in is what it seems. This beautifully animated movie features amazing songs that will have your family singing, laughing and crying. The magic of Día de Muertos (Day of Dead) in this beautiful tale shows the power of family, friendship and music that will help connect every generation of your family.
It can be difficult for children to express and understand their emotions, especially when dealing with complicated situations. Riley, a young girl, is forced to move to San Francisco. Her emotions inside of her become confused and must work to find the balance that is needed to live a happy life. Inside Out can help teach your little one that sadness, joy, fear, disgust, and anger can sometimes control your actions. However, together they make you who you are, a lesson that people of all ages can learn from.Back to all posts