Disney+ selection: the best movies for Merry Christmas!

It’s almost the end of the year festivities: school holidays, snow and the smell of fir. If you have Disney+ at home, you know it has a lot to do with Disney/Pixar classics, Marvel Cinematic Universe movies and series, or the entire Star Wars universe. But maybe you don’t have time to watch the entire catalog, or maybe you missed movies that weren’t necessarily highlighted. Here’s our Christmas and end of year celebrations for you…

Our pick of Disney+ movies for Christmas!

Mom, I missed the plane

A great classic for end of year celebrations, Alone at home Where Mom, I missed the plane! It’s a 1990 film that launched child star Macaulay Culkin. The plot is simple: Kevin is a child of a mixed family, and the whole family is forgotten at home on the day they go on vacation. Later, he will learn to live on his own, but also protect his house from “float breakers”. No doubt you’ve seen it dozens of times, but maybe your kids haven’t… Note that you can also see the rest on Disney+. Mom, I missed the plane again! (1992), Mom, I take care of the bad guys! (1997) and “reboot” Mom, I missed the plane! (starts again) which came out last year.


Willow it is the story of Elora, a dwarf of the Nelvin race, who saves the baby, not knowing that it is a child with great powers, who is desired by the witch Bavmorda. The brave sorcerer’s apprentice Willow Ufgood (Warwick Davis) will be on a mission to return Elora to her country. He will meet Madmartigan (Val Kilmer) and eventually help him complete the task. A very good film that sprouted in George Lucas’ “own” mind, with Ron Howard at the helm (the cocoon, Apollo 13, Backdraft) … It should be noted that since December, Disney+ also offers a series based on the film.

The world of Narnia

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (and my ass in the closet) is the first film in a trilogy inspired by the seven-volume literary work published in the 1950s. Four children, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy, are sent to the countryside to escape bombed London. While playing hide and seek, the youngest discovers a passage that leads him to the phantasmagorical world of Narnia. Released in 2005, the film has two sequels that can also be found on Disney+: The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspi and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Odyssey of the Dawn Treader. Enjoy!

Mr. Jack’s Strange Christmas

Jack is the Pumpkin King of Halloween Town who is about to explore Christmas Town. He will later decide to celebrate this holiday, but he starts by kidnapping Santa Claus… Everyone thinks it’s a Tim Burton movie, but the latter was just writing. Fun fact: this is Disney’s forty-first animated feature film. Therefore, it is at the same level Snow White, Mulan Where Pinocchio.

Scrooge’s Funny Christmas

Another adaptation Christmas song by Charles Dickens. Ebenezer Scrooge does not like Christmas and all things merry. He abuses his only employee and his nephew, but on Christmas Eve he is visited by three ghosts who will change his view of the world. We recommend VO because we will find great voices like Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman, Colin Firth and Bob Hoskins.

Crystal trap

Piege de Cristal has become a Christmas movie over the years. A great action movie classic with John McTiernan, the great Bruce Willis and the inspired Alan Rickman at the helm, Die Hard is truly the bomb. You have to watch so you don’t die a fool. If you know it by heart, we recommend this short diversion from Mozinor.

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Natty Gann

Natty Gann It is a little known Disney movie released in 1985. A 12-year-old girl escapes loneliness and joins her father, who goes to work several thousand miles away. He will meet the wolf who will be his bodyguard. Very nice.

White Tooth

A wonderful adaptation of Jack London’s novel white teeththis White Tooth Released in 1991, the Disney version is remarkably faithful to the original work. The story tells about the friendship between a young gold prospector (Ethan Hawke) and a wolf dog during the gold rush. Imagine that the wolf-dog is the same Natty Gann. A good movie that doesn’t age well…

Miracle on 34th Street

Miracle on 34th Street is a 1948 film that won three Oscars and a Golden Globe. Well, it’s in black and white, but in case you’ve never seen it… a New York department store manager hires a Santa who pretends to be the real Santa Claus. Since we’re in the United States, this will end in court… Spoiler alert: Santa will end up in Alcatraz, where he will await his death by lethal injection.

No, that’s not true.

Mickey Christmas

This Mickey’s Christmas Carol It is a 26-minute medium-length film from 1983 that celebrates the return of the mouse after an absence of more than 30 years. Another Dickens adaptation that Americans love. A very good short and understandable cartoon you can watch with your kids, especially if you don’t have 2 hours to watch. Snow Queen

Don’t have Disney+ yet?

Disney+ alone

It’s quite possible to enjoy Disney+ without using a bundle. It’s optional, and if you binge on Netflix (we get you), it’s time to switch dairy! Disney+ is the price 8.99 per month with 4K Dolby Atmos resolution on 4 screens at the same time. To have the same thing on Netflix, you have to pay €17.99 for the Premium package… Note that you can’t watch Disney+ from your Internet operator’s TV decoder, you have to download the app on your TV, Android phone. box , Apple TV or screen sharing from your tablet or smartphone, e.g. If you don’t have any of these, you’ll have to choose a package with Canal+…

Disney+ with Canal+ and the brand new Paramount+

Here’s the complete package for €25.99, including Canal+, Disney+ and the latest Paramount+ platform. This is not a “100% digital” offering, so you will be able to access all content on your TV from your box or dedicated decoder. With this offer, you have the best of cinema with Canal+ (300 new films a year), sports and foreign series, as well as the best of the Disney, Pixar, Star Wars and Marvel universes and, finally, the brand new Paramount+ platform with its concerts. , his series and great movie classics.

It offers Canal+, Disney+ and Paramount+
You can’t go wrong with this ultra full bouquet!

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Download Disney+ apps to watch later!

Did you know it’s possible to record Disney+ shows to watch later? If you have to take a train or are on vacation where there is no internet, you will be able to watch the apps you downloaded earlier. In this video we explain everything…

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