Disney+ has just added 18 big movies to its library
Most of the new additions are just for the grown-ups!
There are a lot of new additions coming to Disney+ in August - including new stuff by Marvel and Star Wars - but in the meantime, they've added loads of older movies, many of which are just for the adults looking for stuff to watch.
James Franco gets stuck under a big rock in Danny Boyle's decent survival drama.
2 DAYS IN PARIS
Adam Goldberg and Julie Delpy headline this very enjoyable romantic comedy.
DEAD POETS SOCIETY
Robin Williams was nominated for the Best Actor Oscar for his performance in this drama about a progressive English teacher.
THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ALICE CREED
A young woman (Gemma Arterton) is kidnapped by two men, but she may be more connected to them than she realises. A very good, tense thriller.
Keira Knightley headlines this period drama set in the 18th century. The costumes are great. The drama is only okay.
Richard Dormer stars as Terri Hooley, the real-life record story owner who was instrumental in bringing the punk scene into Belfast. 94% on Rotten Tomatoes.
An all-star cast feature into this period murder-mystery that is one part Downton Abbey, one part Murder on the Orient Express.
Fionn O'Shea, Moe Dunford and Andrew Scott star in this very entertaining comedy drama about a shy school student who befriends the class jock. It was one of our picks for the best Irish LGBTQI+ movies of all time:
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LA VIE EN ROSE
The biographical movie of Edith Piaf, played by Marion Cotillard, probably most famous these days for singing that slowed-down song in Inception.
THE LITTLE MERMAID SING-ALONG
The very good The Little Mermaid, but with the song lyrics on screen.
A sexy psychological thriller starring Scarlett Johansson, Jonathan Rhys Myers and Brian Cox.
The very good Moana, but with the song lyrics on screen.
A darkly comic movie about a young woman (Zoey Deutch) so desperate for online fame that she fakes her involvement in a public tragedy. 74% on Rotten Tomatoes.
The story about the early years of John Lennon, played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson. A decent watch for fans of the musician himself.
One of the many, many examples of Kristen Stewart proving she is more than just "that girl from Twilight", as she stars as a young woman who believes she is being haunted by the ghost of her dead brother.
Steve Coogan and Judi Dench star in this hilarious and heartbreaking true-life drama. We chatted to Coogan about this movie - and lots more - in our long sit-down chat with the man right here:
Danny Boyle again, this time trying his hand at mixing heist movies and psychological thrillers. James McAvoy and Rosario Dawson headline, but the whole thing isn't very good.
Reese Witherspoon heads off on a long walk in this true-life story about a woman who... well... heads off on a long walk.