FrozenAttraction: Frozen Ever After Location: Norway Pavilion Movie: Frozen Rating: G You know it, you loved it, you've moved on to cringing at the sound of it. It's time to let it go because if you have younger children, Frozen Ever After in the Norway Pavilion is sure to be on the agenda. Anna and Elsa have taken over World Showcase for one of the most crowd-attracting rides currently in Epcot. Give your family the chance to immerse themselves in all things Frozen before your visit; it may be a good time to break out those new headphones Grandma bought the kids for Christmas to keep the music in their heads and out of yours.
Phineas & FerbAttraction: Agent P's World Showcase Adventure Location: World Showcase TV Show: Phineas & Ferb Rating: G This mystery game for children and families is centered around the Disney Channel hit series Phineas and Ferb, featuring everyone's favorite platypus spy, Agent P. Catch up on the shenanigans of the show before bringing your family to the World Showcase attraction to locate top-secret devices around World Showcase. The show itself can be quite entertaining, though the pointiness of their faces will start to make you question the universe after too many episodes.
Finding NemoAttraction: The Seas with Nemo and Friends / Turtle Talk with Crush Location: Future World Movie: Finding Nemo / Finding Dory Rating: G Just keep swimming, just keep swimming — it's become the mantra for many of us in our dark times when all we want to do is give up. The Seas with Nemo and Friends is a breakdown of the events from the movie, so now is the perfect time to brush up on your directions to 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney — an address which I am sad to tell you as a Sydney-sider does not actually exist. Personally, I struggle with the trauma depicted in the opening scenes of Finding Nemo, so I am adding in Finding Dory as well for prosperity. Also, Hank is downright hilarious, and you won't be sorry.
Mary PoppinsAttraction: Mary Poppins Meet & Greet Location: United Kingdom Pavilion Movie: Mary Poppins / Mary Poppins Returns Rating: G We all love a classic, especially when it has been followed up with another smash hit sequel (not a remake) more than 50 years later. The UK pavilion may be a good opportunity for your family to have their own brush with the streets of London recounting scenes from English-based favorites such as Peter Pan or the Mary Poppins movies of 1965 and 2018. Image Credit: Disney
CocoAttraction: Mexico Pavillion / New Coco-Inspired Show Location: Mexico Pavilion Movie: Coco Rating: G Even though Coco has not been officially introduced as a headlining attraction in the Mexico Pavilion, it will help your children to connect with the tradition and atmosphere of this portion of World Showcase. They may even feel some connection with the architecture or the decor in some of the areas. Coco is a beautiful movie offering a glimpse of the color and wonder that the Mexican culture has to offer. The imagery and the storyline...I'm not crying, you're crying, damn it. Be sure to be on the lookout for the new Coco-inspired show that is set to bring the music and essence of the movie to life.
Futuristic Movies to ReviewIf you are headed to Epcot with a love for the future in mind, check out these futuristic Disney releases:
- Tomorrowland, Rating: PG
- A Wrinkle In Time, Rating: PG