I recently tested Disney - but even I want to see The Mandallorian because I have been waiting my whole life for Werner Herzog to star in a TV show. Are these called "TV shows"? Those of you who test Disney+ will still be able to live long and healthy lives. Don't give up!
Yeah, I wanted to see Kids Incorporated and MMC (with Justin, Christina, and Britney) but alas.....not on there yet. But, I have enjoyed the 60s and 70s Disney movies with Kurt Russell and Haley Mills. But, I did watch "The Mandalorian" yesterday and really enjoyed it. Can't wait to see the next episode on Friday.
The one thing I really wished for, and this is showing my very specific age, is One Saturday Morning- not just the shows, which are probably there, but a chance to see the interstitials, sketches and segments that went between the shows. Remember Robin Williams reprising the Genie for "Great Minds Think for Themselves?"
The amount of 4K content is impressive. The Star Wars films have never looked better. And since they're not currently available on 4K Blu-ray, it's great to have the opportunity to view them this way. For any Disney fan with a 4K TV, for $6.99/month, I highly recommend.
Luscious said: "The amount of 4K content is impressive. The Star Wars films have never looked better. And since they're not currently available on 4K Blu-ray, it's great to have the opportunity to view them this way. For any Disney fan with a 4K TV, for$6.99/month, I highly recommend."On the opposite side of things, having been watching some of the older movies (like The Swiss Family Robinson) on my parents' new 4k tv the past few days, I actually don't care for those titles being converted into UHD. I don't know if it's Disney doing it, or if it's being upscaled by the tv itself, but it definitely makes those movies look a little odd. The picture is too sharp and the feel of the film is just off because of it.
30 % of the content is good 70% is garbage.Like name one person who's going to watch Meet the Deedles, Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish,Candleshoe,or Doug’s 1st Movie? I honestly perfer physical media because of this
I really enjoyed THE IMAGINEERING STORY, although Episode 6 was an odd mix of commercial and damage control. ENCORE is a blast, and watching the classic films has been fun. Besides Marvel and Star Wars, I'd love to see more original content! Excited to see what they do to LIZZIE MCGUIRE.
I also enjoyed The Imagineering Story and have been watching One Day at Disney as well. In terms of the catalog, I like that they are adding things that have not been available to stream previously such as Austin & Ally which is getting added later this month. I know I've seen comments about other hard to find series as well. I'm hoping more of the TV movies and specials from the 80s and 90s start to show up.
Oldies m said: "30 % of the content is good 70% is garbage.Like name one person who's going to watchMeet theDeedles,Richie Rich’s ChristmasWish,Candleshoe,orDoug’s 1stMovie?I honestly perfer physical media because of this"You want one person- Me. I watched Doug's first movie a few days ago and plan on watching Richie soon. Some of us 90's kids are nostalgic for those types. Lolz
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