The Best Disney Movies Still On Netflix!

We're all getting our budgets and T.V. time planned for the release of the Disney streaming app that'll be released by the end of 2019. In fact, if you haven't already, you'd better get on it! But Netflix, the World's most popular streaming service, still has a contract with Disney to host several of their movies on the platform. This time of year, there's really only one place that you can stream Disney movies whenever you'd like, and that's from the Netflix app. So, we decided to put together our list of the Best Disney Movies that are still on Netflix in order to help you take advantage of what's available while the contract is still active. This list will include some Live-Action movies, some Animated movies and many more! Use it to plan your next movie night with the family or your date! Keep in mind, Netflix changes their lineup every month so some of these movies might not be available after March passes. Make sure to keep up with Netflix's schedule so you don't miss your favorites! Without further ado, let's get started!

The Best Live-Action Disney Movies Still on Netflix

Whether it's a Live-Action remake, a reboot, or just a movie with an exclusively living cast, these are our picks for the Best Live-Action Disney Movies that are still on the Netflix platform. You might agree with some and disagree with others, so if that's the case, let us know your thoughts in the comments!

Christopher Robin

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Okay, so it wasn't the greatest movie ever, but it was very good! Christopher Robin tells the story of a fully-grown Christopher Robin takes a visit back to the Hundred Acre Wood with his lifelong pal Winnie the Pooh comes back to town. It's humorous, touching, and most of all, a Disney movie at its core. Also, as if it needed a boost of star-power, Jim Cummings reprises his roles as the voices of Pooh and Tigger. If you haven't seen it yet, now's your chance! 

Saving Mr. Banks

Telling the story of two unlikely acquaintances, Saving Mr. Banks captures the back-and-forth between Walt Disney and P.L. Travers as Walt tries to work his "Magic" in being able to purchase the rights to her classic tale "Mary Poppins" to adapt it for the big screen. Much of the movie follows P.L. as she reflects on her life, and it's a truly amazing story that any Disney fan would enjoy.

Beauty and the Beast

This blockbuster Live-Action remake was truly a sight to behold. Upon its release, the World witnessed Emma Watson in one of the best roles of her young movie career and got an amazing display of CGI Magic with Beast as well as the other classic characters from the original animated movie. If you're a fan of the original, this re-imagined version is certainly a flick you'll love!

Bedtime Stories

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You might not be a fan of Adam Sandler's early work, or at least not find it to be appropriate enough for your kids, but Bedtime Stories is somewhat of a hidden gem in the realm of Disney films. Telling the story of a misguided Uncle that's expected to take care of his niece and nephew for a week while their mom is out of town, Bedtime Stories captures the wonder and curiosity of a child's creative mind while also sharing a few very powerful life lessons along the way. We mean it when we say this movie is a hidden gem; it does such a great job of entertaining that you almost wish there'd be a sequel in the works!


If you don't know the story of Secretariat, we're not going to spoil it for you. This movie became an instant classic upon its release, and it's definitely a film worth sitting down and watching with the family!


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Okay, here's the deal. Along the lines of Disney movies, Miracle doesn't exactly fit the traditional structure. There's no Princes, no Princesses, and there isn't really a villain. However! By the nature of the historical event, it's definitely got some Disney Magic involved. If you're looking for an inspiring and wonderfully made Disney movie, look no further than this retelling of one of the most historic sports stories in American history. 

The Best Animated Disney Movies Still on Netflix


Need we say more than the title of the movie for you to know it's about time you watched Mulan again? 


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Okay, we're criers here at Walt Life. We cry at sad stuff, happy stuff, even stuff that it doesn't really make sense to cry. Whatever! Who cares?! Not us! One thing is for certain, though, Coco is a HEAVE CRY movie. Few movies have brought me to such dramatic tears as this one. In fact, just small clips of the movie on YouTube manage to get me choked up. Again, no shame in crying, but if you're looking for a heartfelt story, Coco is the right movie for you.


Looking to Go The Distance? We're always ready to watch our pal Herc on the big screen! If you need a laugh and some love, sit down for this classic Disney film and enjoy it from open to close.

Emperor's New Groove

Remember when we mentioned that Bedtime Stories was a hidden gem? So is this movie. If you haven't already seen it, we have a few questions. First, what have you been doing? Second, what have you been doing?! This is such a wonderful story, with really strong character arcs and a compelling message. A truly amazing movie with a star-studded cast that's sure to entertain the whole family.
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So, it's not historically accurate, and it doesn't do a great job of being honest about the truth of what happened during this time period. Even so, if the movie only included Colors of the Wind, it would still be a fan favorite. If you can look past the inaccuracies, there is a lot to love about this movie. The music is simply beautiful, and it'll get you and the entire family singing along! 

Lilo and Stitch 

Dog? Alien? Who cares! Stitch is one of the most loveable characters that Disney has ever created, and this sing-song movie does a wonderful job of sharing the intricacies of loneliness as it's thwarted away by making new friends. This movie is sure to make you smile!

There you have it! Sit down with a blankie and a bowl of popcorn before the month is over to enjoy these classic movies with the family, or by yourself. Either way, you're going to have a great time! 


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