Hakuna matata! If you’re looking for something to watch that’ll bring you some happiness this week, movies on Disney+ Canada have got you covered. Consider checking out what this service has to offer for your next binging marathon or movie night.\nWith a streaming platform motto that reads, “The best stories in the world, all in one place,” they might not be exaggerating. You can, of course, check out their Disney classics, but the service also offers iconic ‘90s comedies like Sister Act as well as Disney Channel originals like the High School Musical trilogy.\nCheck out these Disney+ movies that may have the potential to make your day that much better.\nStargirl\nRating: 67% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThis is one of Disney+’s newest originals. The coming of age story starring Grace Vanderwaal follows tenth grader Stargirl who moves to a new town and high school. She takes the school by storm with her unique thoughts and quirky actions.\nConfessions of a Teenage Drama Queen\nRating: 14% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThis 2000s classic starring Lindsay Lohan follows teen Lola who is forced to move from her New York City life to a suburban town. Still adamant about becoming a star, she strives for a life that’s not hers without realizing what she has right in front of her.\n10 Things I Hate About You\nRating: 68% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThere might be nothing better than a good ‘90s rom-com to get you in a good mood. 10 Things I Hate About You tells the story of teen Cameron who’s obsessed with the girl of his dreams, Bianca. The only problem is dating her is off the table until her “uptight” older sister also agrees to enter the realm of romance.\nSister Act\nRating: 73% on Rotten Tomatoes\nCount on Whoopi Goldberg to put a smile on your face! In this film, she stars as a lounge singer who is forced into hiding as a nun after getting involved with a dangerous mob. When she turns her convents choir into the talk of the town she risks her well-being.\nCheaper by the Dozen\nRating: 24% on Rotten Tomatoes\nCheaper by the Dozen is a classic Steve Martin comedy. This film tells the story of parents struggling to balance heavy careers while also raising their twelve children.\nFreaky Friday\nRating: 88% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAnother 2000s Lindsay Lohan film, Freaky Friday, also features Halloween's Jamie Lee Curtis. This Disney film follows a mother and daughter who struggle to get along. After a bizarre encounter with a fortune cookie, the two wake one morning to realize they’ve switched bodies.\nAladdin\nRating: 57% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThis 2019 live-action starring Canadian Mena Massoud tells the traditional tale of Princess Jasmine and thief Aladdin.\nFrozen II\nRating: 77% on Rotten Tomatoes\nFrozen II was just added to the streaming platform for all your Disney needs. The sequel to one of Disney’s biggest movies is again centred around Elsa and Anna as they struggle to decipher the origin of Elsa’s powers.\nMrs. Doubtfire\nRating: 72% on Rotten Tomatoes\nRobin Williams could potentially be the perfect way to uplift your spirits! His role in the iconic Mrs. Doubtfire centers on a father recently separated from his wife. He disguises himself as a nanny in order to spend time with his children.\nBeauty and the Beast\nRating: 71% on Rotten Tomatoes This live-action remake starring Emma Watson was released back in 2017 and follows the beautiful Belle who, seeking to rescue her father, is taken prisoner in a castle run by a Beast.\nAvatar\nRating: 82% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAvatar was epic when it premiered back in 2009 and can still be an epic rewatch more than ten years later. Situated in the world of Pandora, a man sets out to save the world he’s come to call home and the people within it.