Weekend plans set! These Disney Plus Canada movies with 100% Rotten Tomatoes scores are exactly what you need during a night in. There are so many throwbacks, you'll be feeling all the nostalgia too.
Once you're done diving into this list, you'll definitely want to check out Netflix Canada movies with perfect scores. Thrillers, comedies, and documentaries are in store.
If you also have an Amazon Prime Canada account, there are tons of flicks with 100% Rotten Tomatoes scores. The thrillers will keep you on the edge of your seat, and there's even a documentary about show chickens!
Here in Canada, we love to show off pride for our country, especially in film and television. These 2020 Netflix Originals that were filmed in Canada are perfect for keen-eyed viewers to look out for some Canadian hotspots in the background.
Over on Disney+, we're just nearing four months since its launch in Canada. If you've had trouble deciding what to watch on the new streaming platform, these six classic movies are a pretty good start with high critics' approval.
At exactly 80-years-old, this classic flick follows Italian carpenter Geppetto who handmakes Pinocchio out of wood. When he wishes upon a star that the marionette was a real boy, he wakes up to find he got exactly what he wished for, but with a few stipulations.
Toy Story (1995)
You've always got a friend in this 25-year-old classic that features so many familiar voices. Andy and his talking toys recently went on their fourth adventure but in the original, it was Woody against Buzz in a quest for their owner's attention.
Toy Story 2 (1999)
What better for a movie marathon night than the two movies in the same franchise with perfect ratings? The toys joined together again to rescue Woody when he gets kidnapped by a toy collector but face all sorts of setbacks on their adventure.
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
Winnie the Pooh truly does go on many adventures in this over 40-year-old cartoon classic. Follow him, Christopher Robin, and the rest of the gang as they go on a musical journey together. You're never too old for favourites like this.
Old Yeller (1957)
This 1957 drama follows a young boy named Travis and a stray dog named Yeller in Texas. After originally intending to shoo Yeller away, Travis ends up forming a bond with him that changes his life.
Mary Poppins (1964)
Famous faces Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke star in this live-action musical. Two mischievous children part of a dysfunctional family get a lot more than they expected from their new nanny, Mary Poppins.