Disney+ Review: These Are the 12 Best Movies to Watch Right Now

Disney+ Review: These Are the 12 Best Movies to Watch Right Now

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Winnie the Pooh (2011)

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Released in the shadow of movies like Cars 2 and The Smurfs, the gentle, traditionally hand-drawn Winnie the Pooh was already an anachronism. But the traits that originally made Winnie the Pooh feel like a refreshing break from the busy, celebrity-voiced CGI animated movies of the era have only grown more appreciable with time. At a mere 69 minutes, the charming, gentle Winnie the Pooh probably didn’t need the full theatrical release it received in 2011—but it’s perfect for a low-key family movie night in 2019.

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The BFG (2016)

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Let’s say that I told you, right now, that there’s a well-reviewed Steven Spielberg movie—starring an Oscar-winning actor and based on a bestselling novel by a beloved author—that you’ve never seen. Wouldn’t you be interested? Well, that movie is The BFG. And based on the box-office gross I’m almost certainly correct: You’ve never seen this charming, well-crafted movie. Well, now you can!

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Free Solo (2018)

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You won’t get the full effect if you’re not in a movie theater, but you still owe it to yourself to watch this nail-biter of a documentary chronicling climber Alex Honnold’s attempt to scale a famous peak in Yosemite without any ropes. (And you don’t need to take my word for it—Free Solo took home the Oscar for Best Documentary last year.)

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