While most people are taking their much-need Holy Week break outside the metro, those who chose to stay at home will have fun binge-watching these movies from Disney+.
Choose what suits you best or you can also watch with family and friends.
“Peter Pan & Wendy”
“Peter Pan & Wendy” is a beautiful retelling of a Disney classic. Reluctant to leave her childhood home, Wendy suddenly meets Peter Pan, a boy who refuses to grow up. She, along with her siblings, visits the magical world of Neverland and goes on a life-changing adventure.
A spin-off to the well-loved Pixar movie “Up,” “Dug Days” stars Dug (Bob Peterson) the dog, and Carl Fredericksen (Ed Asner), who go on humorous adventures as they adjust to living together in the suburbs.
“The Wonderful Summer of Mickey Mouse”
The third installment of The “Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse,” “The Wonderful Summer of Mickey Mouse” follows Mickey Mouse and friends as they try and fix a summer fireworks festival that they accidentally ruined. While they attempt to fix their mistake, the story leading up to their mishap unravels, revealing a colorful journey.
“The Zone: Survival Mission”
A game show with high stakes, “The Zone: Survival Mission” has Yu Jaeseok, Lee Kwangsoo, and Kwon Yuri, dubbed “agents of mankind,” go through rigorous survival-themed simulations. They have four hours to complete various missions and endure intense disaster-related challenges. If you’re up for thrilling game shows, this is a must-watch.
“Lego Star Wars: Summer Vacation”
The adorable Lego-fied world of Lego Star Wars has another fun adventure in store for the viewers In “Lego Star Wars: Summer Vacation,” franchise favorites Rey, Finn, Poe, Chewbacca, R2-D2, C-3PO, and BB-8 go on a summer trip across the galaxy, visiting popular Star Wars locations and meeting iconic characters.
“Chang Can Dunk”
Chang (Bloom Li) is an unpopular 16-year-old Asian-American kid who falls for a girl. In an attempt to win her heart, he challenges the school’s top basketball star and bets that he can dunk a basketball by homecoming. As he trains to dunk, he learns more about his family, friends, and himself.
“Getaways with the Gang”
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“j-hope IN THE BOX”
A member of one of the biggest musical groups in the world BTS, j-hope chronicles his journey towards making his solo album. This documentary special gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the production leading up to the BTS star’s hyped solo debut.
“Only Murders in the Building”
Only Murders in the Building follows the story of three true crime podcast fans as they investigate a murder in their apartment. As they look deeper, they unravel more clues and get closer to solving the case, all while covering all of this in their own podcast.
“Miley Cyrus: Endless Summer Vacation (Backyard Sessions)”
Hannah Montana star and critically-acclaimed musician Miley Cyrus makes her big Disney return in Miley Cyrus: Endless Summer Vacation (BACKYARD SESSIONS). In this Disney+ documentary special, we get a special look at the story behind Miley’s latest songs and, of course, her heartfelt and touching performances.
“High School Musical: The Musical: The Series”
A series inspired by the High School Musical film series, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series follows the story of high school students who want to stage a production of the iconic musical film. As they create their own musical, each character goes through teenage life, learning about love, friendships, and finding their identity.
Fire Island is a romantic comedy starring a group of queer best friends who go on a vacation at the titular island. This retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is filled with heartwarming romance and fun adventures all over.
“Doogie Kameāloha, M.D.“
This medical comedy-drama stars Peyton Elizabeth Lee as Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha, a prodigy who becomes a medical professional at a young age. As she starts her new career, she has to juggle between her job and living the life of a regular teenager.