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"'Do you Want to Build a Snowman?': Best Holiday Movies on Disney+"
“Do you Want to Build a Snowman?” Don’t worry, this article won’t just be about Disney’s Frozen but about the most recommended Disney holiday movies you can watch on Disney+! Since 2019, the company has made a wide variety of your favorite movies and shows accessible everywhere through their membership platform. Many people of all ages enjoy the holidays with magical Disney movies, so here are some of the highest-recommended holiday movies to watch.
1. Frozen 1 (2013) & Frozen 2 (2019)
Want a heart-warming movie about love and a snowman? This ones for you! Released back in 2013 and 2019, these two films have brought true meaning to the word “fear” and how it can destroy a whole kingdom if not controlled. Join to see the comedic and dramatic bond between the sisters, Anna and Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven through their voyage in this iconic Disney story!
2. Noelle (2020)
In 2020, Disney created Noelle, a film that circles around familial love and adventure. The main character of the movie, Noelle, becomes worried for her brother who is under a lot of pressure of becoming Santa Claus and suggests that he goes on a break. The problem is, he doesn’t return home when he was supposed to. Can Noelle bring him back home in time to save Christmas? This is a great modern-day holiday spirit movie to watch!
3. The Santa Clause (1994)
Ho, Ho, Ho! Santa Claus is here! What happens when you accidentally scare Santa off the roof? He gets hurt and you're forced to turn into him! That’s exactly what happened to Scott when he tried to find out who was walking on his roof at night. Follow along his rollercoaster sleigh ride to the North Pole by watching this legendary movie!
4. The Night Before Christmas (1993)
Introducing a dark animated musical, The Night Before Christmas. A holiday themed film about a skeleton named Jack Skellington who becomes depressed and tired of his life scaring “real people.” The question is, what happens to his life when he stumbles upon a new world of Christmas? Watch to see Jack go through his journey to find the true meaning of Christmas and life!
5. Home Alone 1 (1990) & Home Alone 2 (1992)
Adventure awaits! The most recommended holiday movie is about a young boy who is accidentally left alone in his family’s house. At such an early age, Kevin outsmarts the gullible robbers with dexterity that gives him the upper hand. But are his tactics enough to escape the robbers and keep the house from burning down for Christmas? How long until his parents find out he’s missing from the family trip abroad? This classic movie is a must watch for adventure and laughs during the holidays!
Disney continues to make these binge worthy holiday movies so grab your bucket of buttery popcorn and hot chocolate because it’s movie time!
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