My Current Favorites on Disney+ | April 2020

Disney + came out in November and ever since then, my life has been more magical. My Disney obsession has been in full force for quite a while and Disney+ really drove that feeling home. Now, more than ever, I feel drawn to Disney to give me something happy and fun to lose myself in.

I will be doing another post about Disney, my obsession, and the Disney products I've been loving. There are so many small shops out there who create the most beautiful Disney items and I just want to spread the love, because I've been spending so much money at them all!

For now, let's talk Disney+...



I had been counting down Disney + for months and when it finally launched, the first thing I watched was Peter Pan. I then proceeded to watch all of my favorite animated films and a lot of films I hadn't seen in a while like 101 Dalmatians and Alice in Wonderland.

There are also so many other movies on the service like every Disney Channel Original Movie under the sun, Star Wars and movies that I didn't realize would be available like The Parent Trap.

I know Disney is continuing to put new shows and movies on the platform but for me, I can watch the same shows and movies over and over because they are so nostalgic and comforting.

However, I do have my favorites and I need to talk about them!

Old Animated Classics 


These are the top dog for me and always will be. I love all the animated movies, my favorites being Peter Pan, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, The Aristocats, and Alice in Wonderland. However, I love getting to revisit anything I might've missed as a kid or even adult, like The Princess and the Frog or Zootopia, both of which are incredible! It's nice to escape and relive the beauty of childhood.

Waking Sleeping Beauty



This is a hidden gem in my opinion. While everyone is talking about The Imagineering Story, I much preferred Waking Sleeping  Beauty. It was a docu-series centered around the animation process and the Disney Reinassance where animators came back as stars. As I'm writing this, I googled the doc and didn't realize it wasn't a Disney + Original. It came out in 2009! It was a real delight to watch and made me appreciate all the magic behind the scenes.

DCOMs

As mentioned earlier, I love that all the DCOMs are available for streaming. I was the DCOM queen when I was younger and never missed one! Friday nights, 8 PM, you could find me in front of the television watching the latest and greatest. The first one I watched on Disney + was Double Teamed because that was my favorite one growing up and after all these years, it still made me insanely happy.

Disney Fairytale Weddings


Going through a breakup, you would think I wouldn't want to watch wedding-related content and that was the old me. I hated watching anything related to weddings because it made me sad but this time around, I'm not letting a broken heart get in the way of the things I enjoy. I watched a few episodes of Disney Fairytale weddings and fell in love. Like, can I get married at Disneyworld? It was some of the most magical content I have ever consumed. I cried like a baby watching it. If you love love, you need to tune in.


These are just a few favorites but there is so much more to explore on Disney +! What are you watching?

xoxo
B