– I remember renting
these movies as a kid. – Remember the Titans is also Disney!?
What!? – Oh my gosh,
I love all of these movies. ♪ (industrial intro) ♪ – (FBE) So today, we will be
taking a look at every movie Disney has ever made. – We’re gonna be here a while. – I love Disney! – (FBE) Well, we might not
show every movie, but recently Disney released
a three hour long video on YouTube. – Wow! – (FBE) That showcases every
TV show and movie that will be available when their new streaming platform,
Disney+, launches. – Mmm, that’s a really smart way
to make more money. – I don’t wanna get it, but I feel like I’m gonna
end up getting it. – (FBE) To get you a little bit
more familiar with the content that’s gonna be featured, we separated this
three hour long video into three parts,
so first up we’re gonna show you some of the classic films that will
be streaming on the platform. – Okay! (laughs) I think I’m gonna be
exposed as fake, ’cause I have not seen
a lot of Disney movies. ♪ (upbeat music) ♪ – I remember renting these movies
as a kid, like from the video store. Like, this is my childhood right here!
This section. – Okay. Cinderella, yes, we love her. – Alice and the Wonderland,
Peter Pan, okay, I love Peter Pan, but like, I haven’t seen
most of like the OG films. – Lady and the Tramp,
uh, I don’t know that one. Sleeping Beauty. – Oh my gosh, this is so much fun! It brings back,
oh, Mary Poppins! – Oh I didn’t know Disney made
Sound of Music. – Aristocats is like
my favorite movie, hands down. – Well Star Wars, back in the day, the first one, I think I saw 10 times. – I’m the biggest Star Wars
freak in the world, bro, so when I saw that they’re dropping
exclusive content on Disney+, I’m gonna have to go get me
a subscription. – I love the Rescuers, too. – Oh, The Muppet Show! Dude, like gimme a freakin’ break. Like Animal, and the Swedish Chef. I don’t, it’s hard to see. But if I was gonna put
like a list of top 10 most influencial things,
The Muppet Show would be that. – (gasps) No way!
Spider-Man? [bleep] Disney, man! – Oh wow! – Care Bears was Disney? No, that’s not Care Bears,
what is that? Oh the Gummi Bears! (gasps) I’d watch that
on Saturday mornings! – Oh my God. – Aw, DuckTales! – Unbelievable! – Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, yay! – The Simpsons.
Okay, wait. It’s gonna have
all of the Simpsons on here? I’m getting a little bit more excited
as I see a bunch of these things. – I’m going to try to get Disney+, because I love
♪ The Simpsons ♪ – This is unbelievable! I can’t believe all of these.
Oh, Whoopi Goldberg! – (laughs) Yeah, I’m a Disney guy. – Was that X-Men? What? – The Sandlot!
Dude, classic! – Hocus Pocus,
I just watched that. – Oh my God,
I just saw Boy Meets World up there. Okay, hold up,
I love that show so much. – Okay, I’m getting it. Nightmare Before Christmas is on.
(laughs) – Aw. Lion King. – I’m just excited about
a lot of the old stuff, ’cause I haven’t seen
a lot of it. – Younger kids don’t really
watch the classic Disney movies, they watch like all the new ones. So, this is important. – I can’t believe that Disney
put out so many movies. They were all fascinating,
they were wholesome, they were fun!
Disney will live forever! – (FBE) So fans are talking about
how the new streaming service will contain Disney’s entire library. This means that the illustrious
Disney Vault is ending. So do you know what that is?
The Disney Vault? – I don’t, but when you said Disney,
then I heard Vault, and then I heard ending, I don’t know, I’m scared,
what does that mean? – (FBE) So, the Disney Vault
held classic films like Snow White, Cinderella,
and many more that were unavailable for
consumers to purchase. The films would come out
of the vault and go into stores every seven years,
so that new generations could enjoy the classic films. So now, with the introduction
of Disney+, this vault is no more. – Yeah dude, so now, every kid
gets to watch the Disney stuff. – I’ve never been scared
for Netflix before, but I’m scared for Netflix. (laughs) – (FBE) So up next,
we have a montage of some of the more
modern movies and shows that are coming to the platform.
– Okay, okay. – Let’s see what we have. – Heavyweights, never seen it.
A Goofy Movie, I have. – Toy Story! – I still haven’t seen
Pocahontas. So, I really want to,
so this is a good excuse. – James and the Giant Peach, ugh! – Kazaam! – Hmm, Donald Duck. – Just success after success. – See that, that’s 1997,
but the animation quality like looks so vintage,
and it’s so cool. – Oh Winnie the Pooh, love that. – Recess!
Oh my God, bro. Middle school TBT! – Flubber. – Yes, Lindsay Lohan. (laughs) Sorry, just gotta like
shout out to my girl Lindsay. – That was like one of my favorite,
I love Brink! so much. – Oh my gosh,
I haven’t seen these movies in such a long time! – Santa Claus? – Ugh, what a good movie.
Bug’s Life. – Some of ’em,
you didn’t realize they were Disney, as I’m watchin ’em now. – 10 Things I Hate About You? Why have any other streaming service? – Inspector Gadget!
Johnny Tsunami, oh my gosh! – Annie, yay! – There was a Tigger movie? – Oh, they made
a lot of movies in 2000. – Remember the Titans
is also Disney, what!? – Oh, Emperer’s New Groove! – Oh my God, Lizzie McGuire.
I’m so excited for the sequel! Oh my God! – Look at how wholesome
these movies are! – Monsters, Inc. – Oh, Snow Dogs. – The Rookie, also? – Lindsay Lohan, they kinda went
all in on her, didn’t they? – That’s So Raven, yay! – Favorite movie ever, Finding Nemo.
The best. – It’s amazing, and how many
big stars they get into their stable. – There’s so many good movies
and shows on here. Wow, okay, it makes sense why
they’re like the richest company now. – Damn. I’m so screwed when this comes out! – Oh my God,
The Greatest Game Ever Played, I’m a golfer!
Oh, do I love that movie! – Oh my God, Chicken Little! I take back what I said about
like Nemo, that might be like my favorite movie ever. – ♪ High School Musical ♪ – Are they adding like
all Hannah Montana? Like, Jesus! – Oh my God, I was just rewatching
Hannah Montana the other day. So I discovered that I have like
the old DVDs of it, so now that I won’t have to
like, you know, attach a DVD player to my computer to watch the show,
that’ll be nice. – It’s unbelievable.
Disney made so many films. They’re ageless! – Phineas and Ferb! I love, okay, that’s how
I used to get my students to write. I’d have them summarize
episodes of Phineas and Ferb. – Oh my gosh,
I love all of these movies! – Iron Man.
Oh yeah dude, Marvel, oh my God, bro.
Marvel is Disney. The Simpsons is Disney. – It’s amazing how many
of these I’ve seen. (laughs) – See, now there’s no excuse
for you to be like “I’ve never seen that movie.” – To be able to sit down
with your family and enjoy these movies
with some popcorn, I mean, what a great night. – And more Muppets,
I’m all in for Muppets. (gasps) Gravity Falls! – Ooh, Wreck It Ralph! – I’m literally so excited. – I love it, I love it, I love it! – Frozen came out in 2013? ♪ (John Williams, “Star Wars”) ♪ – What I’m thinking about
is like you know, for all the streaming platforms
there’s an app, right? How much storage is this gonna take
on your phone or something like that? – I never saw The Good Dinosaur. I’ve always wanted to see it, too. – Some people are never gonna
see the light of day when this comes out. Like, we’re really just gonna be
in our rooms for like a whole month. – Oh my goodness.
– Moana! – Is that like Newsies on stage
or something? (laughs) – (hums) Ah, 2019. – I have not realized
how much Disney is seriously in the DNA of who I am. – At first glance, you probably think
you’re just getting the movies, but there’s so many things
that nobody realizes is Disney that is Disney, that this is basically
as huge, if not bigger than any of those major
streaming platforms. – (FBE) The last thing
we’re gonna show you is a quick montage
of all the new original shows exclusive to Disney+.
– Oh, okay! Wow, let’s look at it! ♪ (“When You Wish Upon A Star”) ♪ – A lot of documentaries and stuff. – Another High School Musical. – I was afraid at first
that they were gonna try to like exactly copy
High School Musical, but the fact that they’re doing it
like some kids in a high school making a musical
about High School Musical. Like, it could be good.
I’m gonna watch it. – Whoa. – The Mandalorian! I’m telling you dog,
(claps) this new content
right here baby, let’s go! – I’m excited for the older stuff,
but I feel like when you put the word Disney
and exclusive, everyone goes nuts. – I like the looks inside Disney
that they’re doing. I know that stuff is like
really exciting for fans of like the park
and things like that, to get a look inside of that. – You don’t have to go to the store
to rent the videos, you don’t have to wait til it’s on, you don’t have to record it
when it’s on. You get this, and you got kids, boom, instant videos
for your children. It’s a babysitter! – (FBE) So in recent years,
it seems like more and more people are switching over
to On Demand streaming services, like Netflix or Hulu. So we’re curious to see how
your generation consumes television. So do you still watch
traditional TV, or have you adopted streaming services? – I watch only streaming services. I think my TV has like three channels. – TV went out like a while ago. Ever since like streaming services
came up, and they’re so cheap. No commercials,
like that’s a huge thing that like sometimes
you’ll be watching a show and it’ll like hit the climax point, and then they’ll hit you
with like Dove. – I still watch traditional TV. For me, it’s just a convenient thing. I don’t have much time
to sit there and search, and this and that. – I just like my remote,
and I just like my cable TV. – We like cancelled
our cable subscription like two years ago.
My parents did too, and we’re all on Apple TV. – I have one of the smart TVs
where you can watch like YouTube and Netflix
and Hulu on it. But when I’m like
in the family room, I have, I don’t have a smart TV in there,
so I just, I flip through the channels
and I see what’s new. – I always watch it on my phone,
unless I have people over, then I will, if I have people over,
I connect my phone to my TV, and watch it on there. – (FBE) So Disney+ launches
on November 12th, and it will cost $6.99 a month,
or $69.99 per year. – Yeah, I think it’s, I mean,
it’s cheaper than Netflix and Hulu. – (FBE) Reports have also surfaced
that episodes of their newer shows on the platform
will be released on a weekly basis instead of releasing all the episodes
of a season at once. So do you prefer to binge watch
a TV show all at once, or do you like having to wait
week for week? – I love to binge watch. – I do love a good binge. Because if I’m out of town then,
I can’t watch it, and I have to wait. – If you’re gonna wait,
you might as well buy a regular TV, right? ‘Cause you’re gonna
have to wait anyway. – I like all at once,
but I think that’s just like a short attention span thing that
comes with being in my generation. – People have become
so accustomed to binge watching, so it’s gonna force people
to kinda still circulate in the Disney realm. I think I’m still kinda traditional. – I would go with the week to week. If you binge watch,
that’s the same thing as people always on their iPhones. – (FBE) So finally, after seeing
all of Disney+ and what it has to offer,
do you think that you’ll want to sign up and use
their streaming service? – Of all of them out there, I’m saying there’s a chance. – I’m sold.
– Yes. – I think I am going to. – I will most definitely
sign up for this. – I want to get Disney+. – Yeah, I’m in! – I already did! (laughs) I’m ashamed and proud
at the same time. (laughs) – I think I might actually,
and especially my little sister. She’ll probably convince
my mom to get it, and she might not even
have to convince her. My mom will probably be
all for it herself. – Hi, it’s Brooke-Monae, and sadly this is my last
Kids React, and it’s okay, because
I’m gonna be on Teens React now, so you guys can still watch me
on Teens React. I just want to thank all of you guys
for watching me throughout the years
that I’ve been on Kids React. Just thank you, bye!