By Kendall Cornish
November 12, 2019
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The Disney movie vault has just been opened today, accessible by way of the newly released Disney+. That’s right, every major film or short created by Disney Pictures is now available to stream.

Not only are all Disney movies and shows available, but Disney has partnered with Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic to deliver a dream-come-true collection of entertainment.

When it comes to family travel, Disney+ couldn’t have been released soon enough. Kids can now stream "The Lion King" on a tablet while you rewatch "Free Solo" on your phone, making every airport layover fly by (pun intended) for the entire family.

And if your little one's "Moana" moment gets stopped short by a boarding announcement, you can all simply revisit the flick at home together, where Disney+ can be used on every TV in the house.

Courtesy of Disney+

To subscribe: disneyplus.com, from $6.99 per month

If patience is an issue, Disney+ has made it possible for subscribers to download an unlimited number of movies and TV shows (as much as your device will allow). So if you start "The Parent Trap" during a 30-minute layover, you can simply download the movie and finish it when you're offline and in the air.

Every major throwback from "Toy Story" and Wizards of Waverly Place to "High School Musical," "Lady and the Tramp," and more are available to stream on Disney+ for as low at $6.99 per month (less than Netflix). At $12.99 per month, you can get Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN – quite literally something for everybody in the family.

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