Disney +: 10 films that invite you to travel

Disney +: 10 films that invite you to travel

Disney +: 10 films that invite you to travel

Do you dream of escaping during this period of confinement? Just to change your mind, the Editing of AlloCiné recommends 10 films that invite you on a journey to discover on Disney +, from “Up there” to “La Bande à Picsou”.

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BERNARD AND BIANCA IN THE KANGAROO COUNTRY (1991)

From 6 years old

After having flown to the rescue of little Penny by crisscrossing the bayous of Louisiana in The Adventures of Bernard and Bianca in 1977, the two SOS Société mice took over the company Albatros Air in the direction of Australia. History to stretch your legs before boarding, know that this second part opens with an aerial visit of the “country of kangaroos” (on the back of a golden eagle) and continues around the globe, when our rodent friends are pass an abduction alert message to the top of the New York skyscrapers, the starting point for this new journey. A journey in the footsteps of young Cody, kidnapped by a poacher, and who will take the two globe-rescuers to the depths of the Australian bush.

20,000 LOCATIONS UNDER THE SEAS (1955)

From 10 years old

Taken from the famous novel by Jules Verne, this feature film still as effective despite its great age offers you an aquatic journey alongside one of the most famous explorers of literature: Captain Nemo, whose secret destiny is to scour the 7 seas aboard his mysterious Nautilus. Accompanied by a Kirk Douglas with a contagious good humor and by a facetious Peter Lorre, the navigator thus undertakes a world tour “underwater”, from the depths of the Pacific to the white shores of New Guinea. An epic whose abysmal budget made 20,000 leagues under the sea the most expensive Hollywood film of its time and an extremely risky bet for Walt Disney, before becoming a classic of the adventure film.

CROC-BLANC (1991)

From 6 years old

Direction Alaska, now, and the frozen expanses of North America. Adapted from the classic Jack London, this Disney feature has undoubtedly rocked the childhood of many of you. Directed by Randal Kleiser (the director of Grease!), Croc-Blanc is above all a heartbreaking story of friendship between Jack Conroy (Ethan Hawke) and a wolf dog that we all dreamed of adopting once movie finished. An epic journey, exotic and overwhelming, that we advise you to undertake equipped with a packet of handkerchiefs.

TREASURE ISLAND (1951)

From 10 years old

Immediate boarding on the Hispaniola alongside Long John Silver and the young Jim Hawkins! The destination: a small deserted Caribbean island in the middle of which is hidden a fabulous treasure. What could be better than this old Disney classic from the 50s to (re) discover the famous novel by Robert Louis Stevenson. And if this version of Treasure Island seems a little too dusty, take a look at the animated remake of the 2000s, also available on Disney +. In La Planète au Trésor, signed by the directors of Aladdin and La Petite Sirène, the story is the same, but the destination has changed, since it is now on the edge of space that Silver and Hawkins will have to go to get their nest egg.

THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY (1992)

From 6 years old

How about a little trip on all fours? Or rather on twelve legs, since Shadow, Chance and Sassy will cross the great American expanses together to find their masters. Funny anecdote, in French version, the golden retriever, the bulldog and the Himalayan cat are dubbed by Jean Reno, Christian Clavier and Valérie Lemercier, which allows this wild trip to take on a little side The Visitors. Enough to sprinkle a little humor on this incredible journey.

THE ROBINSONS OF THE SOUTH SEAS (1960)

From 10 years old

Little unknown gem of the Disney adventure film, this feature follows the adventures of a family of Swiss shipwrecked stranded on a desert island. You who perhaps dream of leaving your Parisian apartment to go and live in a house at the top of a tree, Les Robinsons des Mers du Sud should offer you a good dose of change of scenery. Perhaps you have already visited the cabin in question while strolling at Disneyland Paris, in the center of Adventureland. If so, and you’ve never seen the original film before, don’t hesitate for a second.

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL (2003)

From 10 years old

Johnny Depp, Keira Knightley, Orlando Bloom and Geoffrey Rush on deck, Gore Verbinski at the helm, and Hans Zimmer in the crow’s nest … The first class crew of this raft bound for the horizon doesn’t is waiting more than you to cast off. First part of the film saga adapted from the famous Disney attraction, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl is also the best of the five. Whether you are a sailor or not, we strongly suggest that you embark!

THE BAND IN PICSOU, THE MOVIE: THE TREASURE OF THE LOST LAMP (1991)

From 10 years old

You certainly know the original series from the 90s, and its remake released much more recently, but have you ever seen the feature film adapted from La Bande à Picsou? Like the Indiana Jones saga, from which the film also borrows the typography of its title and its spirit of adventure (not to mention the character of Flagada Jones, a veritable duckling parody of the adventurer played by Harrison Ford) , The Treasure of the Lost Lamp is a real invitation to travel, in particular thanks to its long introductory scene which takes us into the Egyptian desert, at the foot of the pyramids.

THE THREE CABALLEROS (1944)

From 6 years old

Directed during the Second World War, when Hollywood productions had to seek their international audience elsewhere than in Europe, Les Trois Caballeros is a cinematographic journey in South America that we offer Walt disney. Through the eyes of his now legendary Donald, he thus offers his audience, via several sequences which give his feature film the appearance of sketches, a visit to Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Chile .. All punctuated by catchy songs that make this beautiful trip a musical and colorful trip.

THERE (2009)

From 6 years old

Going to South America to visit the Falls of Paradise has always been the great dream of Carl and Ellie Fredricksen. Unfortunately, life has decided otherwise, and it is therefore only that the 78 year old old man will have to embark on the journey that he planned to do alongside his wife. Not so alone, by the way, since a young scout named Russell will eventually join the trip. An epic flying house orchestrated by the genius of the Pixar artists, who manage to gently take us off the ground to take us dreaming up there.

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