Many music movies are currently streaming at American Netflix. To watch, you need to know the title. Even if you are a music fan because you love Disney movies, you are the only one who loves Broadway or recently discovered Hamilton.
If you don’t know, musical is good. If you are looking for a movie to record and singing and dancing a bit for cult style fans, you are certainly not alone. In addition, you’ll probably quit Christmas music now, so you can add new songs to your Song Library. So here are some of our favorite musical movies on Netflix.
One of Disney’s most iconic films shows a young woman posing as a man trying to become a soldier.
It’s only today that this inspiring musical, starring Idina Menzel and Rosario Dawson, will be caught.
Rock is singing in this movie, but that’s all you need to know before watching this beautiful recent Disney movie.
If you got into the tide of “Mammamia: Herego Again” last summer, you probably adapted a movie that started it all. Also, in this case, you cannot see the Mammamia more than once.
This animated film features the all-star lineup and voices of celebrities participating in talent shows. It is almost impossible not to sing while watching.
6. White Christmas
Christmas may be over, but there is no reason to see this total classic or musical.
7. Phantom of the Opera
About 14 years ago, musical fans gathered at the theater and saw Emmy Rossum playing the old Broadway musical Christine Dee.
History is fun thanks to this Disney comedy based on ancient myths.
With a young Christian veil and many athletic dances, New Zealand was an underrated Disney musical and later became a stage program.
10. Beauty and the Beast
You’ve probably seen countless performances of Emma Watson in live-action versions of Disney’s classics, but if you look again this winter, you don’t need to know.
11. The Nutcracker
This may seem a bit late, but George Balanchine’s Nutcracker is still worth a few weeks after Christmas.
12. Last 5 years
If you’ve ever seen Anna Kendrick sing her head on the perfect pitch, you’ll definitely enjoy her in this movie-based Broadway game about a failed relationship.
13. High School Musical 3: Senior Year
Sure, not a song in the rain, HSM 3 is the culmination of a trilogy by Zac Efron / Vanessa Hudgens.
14. Musical Shrek
Fans of music versions other than Shrek may love the music version on stage, despite the strange green makeup.
15. The Egyptian Prince
This animated 1998 film adapts the music of Exodus and the existence of Mariah Carey / Whitney Houston’s duet “When You Believe”.
16. Opening Night
Topher Grace, Lauren Lapkus and Taye Diggs are shining in this fun meta-musical 2017.
Before Disney launches a new streaming service, you need to make sure you can catch Pocahontas on Netflix.
18. Holy Camp/La Ramada
If you have been to a religion camp, you will probably appreciate this Spanish indie musical from 2017.
Netflix has a lot of great music. A karaoke bar can be built from the living room.