Time for a throwback! These Disney+ movies from the '90s will have you missing your younger days. Nothing beats an animated film or comedy with comforting characters that you grew up watching. 

Remember the days when life was simple and you didn't have a care in the world, except running out of fruit snacks and what movie you were going to watch next? It's time to relive those childhood days by watching some classic Disney movies that will have you feeling nostalgic.

The start of a new month means that there are tons of new releases for you to check out. April's new releases include Doctor Dolittle, National Treasure, and even America's Funniest Home Videos. There's plenty of new options for everyone to enjoy.

If you want to make use of your other subscriptions, then Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crave all have fresh content that you have to check out. 

For your super picky friends, these Disney+ movies with 100% Rotten Tomatoes scores are sure to impress. 

Plus, quite a few of these 11 films from the '90s got incredibly high ratings. There's no better time than right now.  So just sit back, relax, and enjoy. 

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

Rating: 94% on Rotten Tomatoes 

This animated musical follows the beautiful Belle who gets taken prisoner in the mansion of the Beast. She, along with the talking and singing inanimate objects around her, learn how to see beyond his rough exterior to expose a handsome and charming prince.

The Sandlot (1993)

Rating: 61% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Scotty Smalls is the new guy in town, and he doesn't exactly get along with the other boys. But when they teach him the art of playing baseball, he manages to form a new friendship, and they come to accept him into their group.

The Lion King (1994)

Rating: 93% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Cue all of the nostalgia. Simba is born to a king, but his evil uncle Scar murders Mufasa and attempts to take over the kingdom. As he grows older, the ghost of Mufasa tells Simba to fight Scar and regain the power that he rightfully deserves.

Toy Story (1995)

Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes 

This mid-90s flick probably had you totally suspicious of your toys as a kid. With a perfect Rotten Tomatoes rating, you can follow Andy and his talking toys for all four sequels on Disney+.

A Goofy Movie (1995)

Rating: 50% on Rotten Tomatoes 

How shocked were you when you found out Mickey Mouse's best friend had a son? Goofy and his teenage son Max go on a vacation together and become close pals despite Max's desire to hit up a concert in LA.

James and the Giant Peach (1996)

Rating: 91% on Rotten Tomatoes

James is an orphaned boy living with two evil aunts that soon befriends a pack of insects who live inside a giant peach. Together they go on the adventure of a lifetime to New York City. 

Hercules (1997)

Rating: 84% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Hercules is born to two Greek gods but gets captured by the evil Hades, who turns him into a half-god, half-human. Stuck with powers of a god while trapped inside the body of a human, Hercules has to decide whether or not to use this strength to overthrow Hades.

Mulan (1998)

Rating: 86% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Based on the retelling of a Chinese folk tale, Mulan is a young girl who disguises herself as a man to take over her father's place in the army. 

The Parent Trap (1998)

Rating: 86% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Lindsay Lohan plays two roles as a pair of long lost twins who meet by chance at a summer camp. They realize they both live with one biological parent and come up with a scheme to have their parents reconnect and fall in love again. 

A Bug's Life (1998) 

Rating: 92% on Rotten Tomatoes 

A clever, yet accident-prone ant named Flik enlists an army of misfits to fight back against the grasshoppers infringing on his home. In the process, he ends up creating a war he never expected.

10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

Rating: 68% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Bianca Stratford can't date a boy until her older sister Kat gets a boyfriend first. That leads Joey Donner, who desperately wants to win over Bianca, to come up with the plan to hook up Kat with rebellious punk Patrick Verona.

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