Seven titles for seven days: waiting for Christmas on Disney Plus

Seven titles for seven days: waiting for Christmas on Disney Plus
Precisely in the logic of an advent calendar, we decided to wait for Christmas with you and in the company of the best films dedicated to this special period of the year with a film for every day, spending the weeks with many interesting and magical titles. If you are a fan of the magical Christmas atmosphere and can't wait to celebrate this day, why not deceive the wait with the best offers offered by the streaming platforms at our disposal? After our selection of Christmas titles on Netflix and Prime Video, here are 7 Disney Plus Christmas themed titles for 7 days, all to be discovered with us!

Relive the magic of DISNEY + and this title browsing the catalog of the platform comfortably with the whole family thanks to the annual subscription (with 1 month free) or monthly.

The best Disney Plus Christmas titles

Noelle Christmas Era Beauty and the Beast - A Magical Christmas Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas Chronicles of Narnia - The Lion, the Witch and the wardrobe Frozen and Frozen 2 Marvel Super Hero Adventures - Glacial Combat


On November 27, 2020, exactly one year after its release on the American version of the streaming platform, the comedy also arrives for the Italian public Disney + Christmas. The title is Noelle, like the name of the protagonist to whom Anna Kendrick gives her face; a girl full of Christmas spirit and fun, but wants to do something "important" like her brother Nick, who will take over from her father this Christmas. When Nick is about to crumble like a gingerbread cookie from all the pressure, Noelle suggests that he take a break and leave… but when he doesn't come back, Noelle has to find her brother and bring him back in time to save Christmas.

Christmas era

Christmas era is a 2011 short, broadcast for the first time in the United States on November 24 on Fox. It was born as a natural continuation of Ice Age 3 - Dawn of the Dinosaurs and tells the Christmas of Manny, Sid and Diego.

In the short in question, the mammoth Manny, a few years after the setting of the third film, he gives his little daughter Peach a Christmas rock, shaped like a shiny Christmas decoration to attract Santa Claus. But Sid, while setting up the Christmas tree with Crash and Eddie, unwittingly breaks it with the ice shooting star, and the furious mammoth tells him that, in this way, his name has been placed on the list of villains. of Santa Claus. How will the matter go?

Beauty and the Beast - The Enchanted Christmas

Beauty and the Beast - The Enchanted Christmas is a direct-to-video animated film produced by the Walt Disney Company in 1997, and is the second installment in the Beauty and the Beast trilogy. The film is officially the sequel to Beauty and the Beast, as the prologue and epilogue take place in the Christmas following the spell's infraction, but otherwise plays the role of midquel, as the central part takes place at the interior of the previous film. In this title, the Beast forbids Christmas, as his transformation from Prince to Beast took place on this very day, until Belle, Tockins, Lumière, Mrs. Bric and Chicco convince him that Christmas is a joyful holiday.

The film also shows, in more detail, the moment when the fairy casts the spell on the castle, as already narrated in the first film. In the early stages of production, the film was supposed to be a sequel to the original film. The film would have among the characters Avenant, pictured here as Gaston's younger brother, as the villain, whose goal was to avenge Gaston by ruining the lives of Belle and the prince by threatening to kill them. Although the character was cut out of the story and the plot was changed, this trait was given to Forte, the pipe organ, who did not want the Beast to become human again. This plot was inspired by the 1946 film.

Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas

The Nightmare Before Christmas is a 1993 animated film directed by Henry Selick, conceived and produced by Tim Burton . The film is made in stop-motion, using puppets moved by hand by the animators, from frame to frame. The film stars the skeletal Jack, moved with care and dedication by the director, who exploits his recognizable style for the gothic imprint of the tones and for the clash between opposing realities. Following the example of the melancholy Edward Scissorhands and the experience of his creator, Jack also clumsily aims at integration, forgetting that the good to be preserved is the difference. Burton shows a character who has the courage to shake himself from the numbness of the reassurances and expectations that others place in him, exalting strangeness as a fundamental part of living.

A film that delicately plays with opposite planes of perception, with the stubborn attempt to give shape and concreteness (the clothes, the gifts, the sled) to something abstract and impalpable (happiness, the joy of living). A rare sensitivity outlines a necessary moral for a Christmas story but without falling into the banal and exceeding in moralism. The condemnation of a materialistic mentality requires a recovery of a pure value dimension, capable of traveling even only through the most daring dreams and aspirations. Among severed heads, worms and scars, Burton's work celebrates more than anything else the throbbing vein of change, singing at the top of his throat.

The Chronicles of Narnia - The lion, the witch and the Wardrobe

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a 2005 film directed by Andrew Adamson. The subject is taken from the novel of the same name which is part of the cycle The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis. The film was produced by Walden Media and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The film was released in theaters in the United States of America on December 9, 2005, and in Italian cinemas on December 21, 2005.

London, World War II. Lucy, Susan, Edmund and Peter Pevensie are four brothers who are evicted from the city to escape the German bombing, entrusted to the care of the mysterious Professor Digory Kirke and his gruff housekeeper, Mrs. Macready, who live in a large and luxurious house in the countryside. , but devoid of fun. On a rainy afternoon, the four brothers decide, to pass the time, to play hide-and-seek and, while Peter counts, Susan hides inside a chest, Edmund behind the curtains and sweet Lucy (the youngest) at the inside of a magic wardrobe; but, once inside, she discovers that it is much more than a simple wardrobe: it is in fact a kind of portal that leads to an enchanted land, called “Narnia”. The adventures of the four brothers are well known, but not for everyone: an opportunity to (re) discover them all in this special atmosphere.

Frozen and Frozen 2

We propose both films again main ones of the Elsa and Anna saga, despite being accompanied by several other shorts on Disney Plus, including the one dedicated to Olaf, but these two titles are certainly the most significant, starting from their success at the box office.

Frozen and Frozen 2 tell the story of Elsa, a young princess destined to become queen, and of Anna, younger sister betrothed to a prince she does not even know, only to fall into Sven's arms, certainly not of blue blood, but from the heart purer and more noble than the previous life partner. In these two films Elsa undergoes a real path of notable growth, not least that of her sister, but we witness closely the journey that the young woman makes among the ice of the kingdom of Arendelle. It frees itself gradually from its psychological prisons and becomes more and more powerful, free to be able to unleash its magic and will be able to protect the people of its kingdom, and beyond. Christmas is therefore an excellent time to recover the iconic stories and songs of these films with a good marathon, from Let It Go to Into the Unknown and many others in good company.

Marvel Super Hero Adventures - Glacial Combat

We conclude our roundup with a tribute to the Marvel world. Marvel Super Hero Adventures - Ice Fight is a 2015 film, lasting just over 70 minutes, which tells the story of the nefarious Loki and the ice giant Ymir, who try to steal the powers of Santa Claus. Will the Avengers be able to find and protect Santa Claus before Christmas is ruined forever?

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