By: Bailey Gaffney

If you don’t have Disney+, it can be hard to remember all of the Disney movies that are out there, let alone the ones that you may not have seen yet. I sure come across this problem, and decided to put together a list of Disney movies that you may or may not remember, to help you pick the perfect one for a movie night! These movies range from your typical princess movies, to adventure ones, to some that I even forgot were a thing!

Top Disney Movie Watch List:

The Little Mermaid

One Hundred and One Dalmatians

The Lion King

Toy Story

Toy Story 2

Finding Nemo

Finding Dory


The Mighty Ducks

The Parent Trap




Brother Bear


Beauty and the Beast



Tink Bell

Peter Pan

A Bug’s Life

Alice in Wonderland

Atlantis The Lost Empire




Freaky Friday

Remember the Titans

Herbie Fully Loaded

High School Musical (1-3)

Ice Princess

Lady and the Tramp

Lemonade Mouth

Lilo and Stick

Mars Needs Moms

Meet the Robinsons

Minute Men

Monsters Inc

Monsters University

Chicken Little

Cow Bells

College Road Trip

Bridge to Terabithia

National Treasure

Pirates of the Caribbean (series)

Princess Protection Program

Queen of Katwe

Race to Which Mountain

Robin Hood


Saving Mr. Banks

Big Hero 6



Bedtime Stories

Beverly Hill Chihuahua (1-3)

Sleeping Beauty

A Wrinkle in Time

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs


Alice in Wonderland

A Goofy Movie

The Cheetah Girls

The Chronicles of Narnia, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

Emperies New Groove

The Game Plan

The Incredibles

The Jungle Book

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The Princess Diaries (1 and 2)



Maleficent Mistress of Evil


Jungle Cruise (showing in Summers Auditorium 11/18 – 11/20)

Camp Rock (1-2)

Wendy Wu Homecoming Warrior

Frozen (1 and 2)




Raya and the Last Dragon (showing in Summers Auditorium 10/7 – 10/9)

This list is just a small amount of all of the Disney movies out there to watch. Whether it’s for a fun movie night in, a self-care night, or a way to pass the time; all of these movies are guaranteed to unlock memories from your childhood. If you’re interested in seeing some of the Disney movies that we show here in the UC, visit UC Live’s website at to check out their movie line up for the rest of this semester. Every movie is only $1 with your HawkCard or $3 without. They also offer movie passes that you can purchase, ranging from semester to year-long time durations!

Happy watching!