With the finally arrival of Disney Plus in Mexico and Latin America, it is important to remember the five main sections or universes in which the films, series, documentaries and specials that you can find on Disney Plus will be concentrated:
In principle we have all the Marvel Studios movies, from Iron Man to Avengers: Endgame (in an alternate universe without Covid-19 we would even have Black Widow on the platform because it would have been released in April)
And although it may seem little, we also find classic cartoons like X-Men and Spider-Man available here.
The section that has more documentaries and programs dedicated to learning, science and nature. In this part you will find the program The world according to Jeff Goldblum, the Oscar-winning documentary Free Solo, the series Sobrevolando narrated by Jay de la Cueva.
The variety offered by the Nat Geo catalog ranges from natural settings such as the oceans or jungles, threatening creatures such as wolves or cute little dogs, to the end of the universe, from Mars to beyond.
Similar to the Marvel section in which we can find all the movies that the lamp studio has released and that has all the productions dubbed into Spanish as they were presented in theaters at the time.
At the same time we can explore all the new and old short films that Pixar has produced, from Luxo Jr. to Bao, as well as the series Forky Asks a Question.
One of the sections that will be most visited if you want to find all the content of the saga created by George Lucas. Here we not only have the nine original films but also the two spin-offs of Rogue One and Only One Star Wars story.
At the same time there is also the animated series of Clone Wars in one place and as a main dish the premieres every Friday of the second season of The Mandalorian.
In this section you will find all the animated classics of the studio such as Snow White, Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, as well as Live action both adaptations and originals.
Whether you’re interested in seeing all the Pirates of the Caribbean movies or going straight to Beauty and the Beast with Emma Watson or the 1991 Oscar-nominated Best Picture.
Naturally there is the search option that, as in any streaming service, offers results according to what is available on the platform, as well as a selection of suggestions that are known as collections, this means that we get to see blocks that concentrate on specific topics like DisneyNature, Disney through the decades, The Muppets, Princesses, etcetera.
In the same way, you can offer us only the contents of Disney Plus Originals.
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Sergio López Aguirre Stanley Kubrick once said “To have a broader vision, not only see good movies, but also the bad ones” obviously I listened to him in the second and it’s very funny.