The 25 Best '90s Movies Streaming on Disney+ Right Freakin' Now
The ’90s are a treasure trove of iconic movies full of kids classics, animated masterpieces, and rom-coms that are still making our hearts skip a beat in the 21st century. And now many of the best ’90s movies are streaming on Disney+. Between the studio’s output and the films they acquired thanks to their 20th Century Fox merger, Disney’s streaming service has an impressive selection of ’90s movies – in fact, they have so many films that including them all isn’t practical. That’s why we’ve culled their expansive list down the 25 best and most nostalgic ’90s movies streaming right now. Keep reading to discover the best ’90s content on Disney+.
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Beauty and the Beast
The romance, the castle, that library! There’s a reason why Beauty and the Beast is a certified animated classic.
Williams shines as a brilliant, but slightly mad scientist who invents a bouncy, amorphous goo that gets him into all kinds of trouble in this movie that your teacher definitely popped in the VCR on rainy days.
Marnie’s discovery that she’s a witch leads her to bond with her grandmother and visit Halloweentown, where all things that go bump in the night reside. It’s not all fun though – Marnie needs to harness her powers to stop a growing evil in Halloweentown before it’s too late.
Hercules’s quest to go from “zero to hero” includes plenty of misadventures with his trusty (flying) horse Pegasus. As he embraces his destiny to join his dad in Mount Olympus, Hercules must also find a way to thwart Hades’s evil plans.
The Sanderson sisters return to Salem to reclaim their youth after Max lights the Black Flame Candle. Now it’s up to Max, Dani, Allison, and human-turned-cat Binx to stop them.
Home Alone may be a Christmas movie, but there’s no bad time to watch Kevin McCallister outwit the Wet Bandits. Now, thanks to Disney+, you can queue up this holiday favorite all year long.
James and the Giant Peach
The visuals in this story of a young boy whose daring rescue of a spider leads him on a magical adventure are simply stunning. Even people who are terrified of insects won’t be able to resist this charming movie.
The Lion King
Disney’s recent remake served as a reminder of just how perfect the original The Lion King is. From Scar’s “Be Prepared” to Rafiki showing Simba that his father lives on inside him, this animated film is impossible to improve upon.
Mulan eschews tradition and poses as a man to join China’s imperial army. Her journey takes her to the front lines where she defends not only her people, but her family’s honor.
Muppet Treasure Island
Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous novel becomes even more enchanting thanks to the addition of the Muppets. Kermit takes on the role of Captain Smollett and ferries Jim Hawkins on his adventure, but Long John Silver isn’t far behind.
The Nightmare Before Christmas
The Pumpkin King discovers the wonders of Christmas in this charming multi-holiday film. Unfortunately, his enthusiasm for the holiday ends up making Santa’s life a whole lot harder.
The Rescuers Down Under
The Rescuers Down Under doesn’t get enough love. This animated adventure finds mouse detectives Bernard and Bianca rescuing a boy and a rare eagle from a poacher in Australia.
The discovery of a jetpack sends test pilot Cliff Secord on a mission to take down a famous actor who is secretly a Nazi spy. With help from his Hollywood girlfriend, he sets out to stop an evil plan that puts the entire world at risk.
Based on a true story, Ruby Bridges is just 6 years old when she’s chosen to desegregate a New Orleans elementary school. Her heroic actions are dramatized in this moving film starring Chaz Monet, Lela Rochon, and Penelope Ann Miller.
You’re killing me, Smalls! The Sandlot is a perfect encapsulation of the freedom of Summer and the joy of pick-up baseball games.
Whoopi Goldberg is a lounge singer on the run from the mob in this hilarious comedy. She finds sanctuary at a convent and rejuvenates the nuns’ choir in the process.
Tom and Huck
’90s heartthrobs Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Brad Renfo star as Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. When the boys witness a murder, they’re forced to go on the run to avoid the killer.
While You Were Sleeping
Lucy saves the life of a man she’s been daydreaming about, but her good deed results in his family mistaking her for his fiancé. Soon Lucy is in over her head, and the man’s brother is close to figuring out her ruse.