13 newly added Disney+ movies for you to enjoy tonight
A baker's dozen of Disney+ additions that you might not realise are on the streaming service!
13 newly added movies to Disney+, including some of the biggest and best blockbusters of recent years... and of all time! Let us kick off the list with...
Brad Pitt headlines this very good sci-fi action thriller, in which he plays an astronaut who is sent to the furthest reaches of our galaxy to find the source of a potentially planet-ending disaster... and how it might be directly related to his long-missing father.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
The third outing for Paul Rudd as the sometimes very small, sometimes very big superhero. This time, he is dragged into the Quantum Realm by the nefarious, wannabe-universe-dictator Kang (Jonathan Majors). Check out our chat with Rudd himself right here:
Avatar: The Way Of Water
Officially the third highest grossing movie of all time, The Way Of Water finally lands on Disney+ this week. Check out our interview with some of the new cast members - Jack Champion, Bailey Bass and Jamie Flatters - right here:
Bend It Like Beckham
Parminder Nagra, Keira Knightley and Jonathan Rhys Meyers star in this very likeable comedy about a girls' soccer team, and the trials and tribulations they're forced to face from their friends, families and loved ones.
Martin Lawrence headlines this comedy about a man who is mysteriously sent backwards through time to medieval England. Honestly, with a score of 14% on Rotten Tomatoes, this one might be worth avoiding.
This 2023 Disney+ exclusive, this entertaining family friendly adventure sees three young kids on a faraway planet trying to investigate the secrets of a weird crater on their planet.
From the writer and director of Peaky Blinders, this thriller with Jason Statham is an okay-ish watch, as he plays a man who gets caught up in the criminal underbelly of London.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Recently celebrated its 15 year anniversary, critics really like this one when it first arrived.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
The one with Sean Connery. It is very good.
Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark
The first one. It is very good.
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
JOE previously made the argument that this is Spielberg's most under-rated movie.
Michael Caine, Ray Winstone, Helen Mirren, Bob Hoskins and more star in this drama about a group of friends making a journey to spread their recently-deceased pal's ashes.
White Men Can't Jump
Another Disney+ exclusive, this remake of the 90s classic isn't nearly as enjoyable as the original.
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