The best season of the year is undoubtedly summer. After a hard winter, the majority of us have defrosted and are eager to enjoy the sun. This area is dominated by summer blockbusters, concerts, and barbecues. The part that is most anticipated is nights in. After all, best summer movies are practically a separate genre. The top 10 Disney+ streaming movies that will make you feel like it’s summer are listed below.
1. Jungle Cruise (2021)
Director- Jaume Collet-Serra
The spunky English feminist and doctor of botany, Dr. Lily Houghton, sets off on a perilous mission. In order to improve the globe with dreams of saving countless lives and having another adventure. Dr. Houghton enlists the assistance of her stylish brother MacGregor. Also the haughty, wisecracking riverboat captain Captain Frank Wolff to lead them aboard La Quila. Through his quick wooden boat, along the tortuous Amazon River. Now, a centuries-old curse and the cruel aristocrat, Prince Joachim, threaten to thwart the trio’s grand ambitions. As they go deeper and deeper into the heart of an unfathomable green labyrinth. While looking for something that cannot get discover. Furthermore, the jungle usually prevails sooner or later.
2. Aladdin (1992)
Director(s)- Ron Clements, John Musker
Streetwise Aladdin and his devoted monkey companion Abu used to live in a big, busy town. Princess Jasmine sneaks out to the market where she unintentionally runs across Aladdin. As she is fed up with being confine to the palace that looks out over the city. Aladdin gets imprison on the orders of the villainous Jafar. The one also uses him to further his plan to use a mystery lamp to dominate the land. According to legend, the lamp may only get retrieve from the Cave of Wonders by someone who is a “diamond in the rough.” Although Aladdin may fulfil that criteria, he is not eligible to wed the princess. As she is require by law to wed a prince.
3. Luca (2021)
Director- Enrico Casarosa
Young Luca and Alberto, his best friend, muster up the bravery to travel to the charming fishing resort of Portorosso. But the lads have a big secret that they both share: they aren’t just regular kids. They’re harmless sea creatures that dwell underwater and are curious about what is above the sea’s surface. Soon enough, through experience after experience and adventure after adventure, the two wide-eyed adventurers will learn the true meaning of freedom. Along wit the value of family, and the catalytic force of acceptance.
4. High School Musical 2 (TV Movie, 2007)
Director- Kenny Ortega
At Ryan & Sharpay’s country club, Troy is given the opportunity to work. As a result,he ends up hiring Gabriella, Chad, Taylor, Kelsi, Jason, Martha, and Zeke. After meeting Sharpay’s parents, he understands that Sharpay can help him get many chances, including a basketball scholarship. Chad worries that Troy may forget his buddies when he begins to associate with the wealthy. Sharpay seems to be winning over Troy in Gabriella’s eyes. Troy will eventually need to develop the ability to consider his scholarship without alienating his buddies.
5. Summer Of Soul (2021)
The huge festival that highlighted Black history, culture, and fashion was the inspiration for SUMMER OF SOUL, a music film and historical record combined. In Mount Morris Park, now Marcus Garvey Park, six weeks of The Harlem Cultural Festival were filmed in the summer of 1969, just 100 miles south of Woodstock. The footage was mainly forgotten and never viewed until now. In addition to highlighting the value of history to our spiritual health, SUMMER OF SOUL is a testimonial to the therapeutic value of music in both the past and current tense. The film features previously unseen concert performances by Mahalia Jackson, Sly and the Family Stone, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, B.B. King, and The 5th Dimension.
5. A Goofy Movie (1995)
Director- Kevin Lima
Goofy, Max Goof’s embarrassing father, is taking him on a cross-country road trip to Lake Destiny, Idaho, for a fishing vacation. When he was Max’s age, Goofy went there with his father. Since his initial plan was to accompany his ideal date Roxanne to her friend Stacey’s end-of-year party so they could watch a Powerline concert in Los Angeles on a huge screen TV, this trip is Max’s worst nightmare, and it couldn’t have come at a worse moment. Max is forced to cancel the date with Roxanne since Goofy won’t let him miss the vacation.
6. Hamilton (2020)
Director- Thomas Kail
“Hamilton” tells the tale of America today as it was then. The narrative of American founding father Alexander Hamilton has been transformed into a revolutionary moment in theatre thanks to the musical “Hamilton,” which has a score that combines hip-hop, jazz, R&B, and show tunes. The film, which was shot at the Richard Rodgers Theater on Broadway in June 2016, pulls viewers into the world of the Broadway production in a remarkably personal way.
7. The Little Mermaid (1989)
Director(s)- John Musker, Ron Clements
The young and disobedient mermaid princess Ariel longs for a fresh life above water, on the uncharted dry land, because she feels trapped in her father King Triton’s enormous underwater domain. Ariel, who is hopelessly in love with the charming human prince Eric, musters the strength to make a disastrous alliance with the evil sea witch Ursula in the vain hope of gaining his heart. Ariel, however, has just three days to be successful.
8. Free Guy (2021)
Director- Shawn Levy
Guy, a single bank teller who exudes optimism and enthusiasm, has spent practically his whole boring life wishing he were one of the stylish guys wearing sunglasses—those who run his town. But then, one day, Guy meets mysterious Millie, the woman of his dreams, by coincidence, and suddenly, he’s on the verge of learning something that will change his life forever. Guy only needs to take charge of his life, one step at a time, in order to win her heart at this point. Then, out of nowhere, Millie makes the decision to reveal a shocking fact. Nevertheless, is she being truthful?
9. The Lion King (1994)
Director(s)- Rob Minkoff, Roger Allers
Young lion cub Simba is equally eager to succeed his proud father Mufasa as king after being crowned the next ruler of the jungle. But this makes Simba’s evil uncle Scar envious of him. But after Mufasa is brutally killed by Scar in an instant, Simba feels responsible and flees his house. Simba adopts the “Hakuna Matata” principles after meeting Timon and Pumbaa, two outcasts. Years later, Simba must return home to put an end to Scar’s cruel rule and accept his fate as the future king after being contacted by his childhood friend Nala and the knowledgeable baboon Rafiki.
10. The Parent Trap (1998)
Director- Nancy Mayers
Camp for summer in Maine, USA. Hallie and Annie, two young redheads who accidentally cross paths, learn that they resemble one another quite a bit. Their shared past soon becomes apparent after they are sent to the isolation cabin due to antisocial behaviour. Their parents divorced and split up when they were twin sisters. Thus, Annie was raised by her mother Elizabeth, a bridal gown designer, in London, England. Hallie resided in Napa Valley, California, with her vineyard owner father Nick. Due to the fact that Hallie never had a mother and Annie never had a father, the two sisters decide to switch sides. Everything goes according to plan until Nick decides to wed Meredith, a gorgeous but shady lady who is solely interested in his money. The females now choose to get back together. Start the games now.
This will be a great summer of movies on Disney+ and I am sure that you will find something that you like to get back to the golden age of movies. If you are familiar with any other great upcoming streaming services, feel free to share them in the comments. Thank you for reading!