Disney+ is finally upon us in the UK and it couldn't have come at a more pressing time. With lockdown everywhere and many people on hold due to the pandemic in the UK right now it means we all have a lot more time free for entertainment at home where we all need to stay. Best 80's Movies On Disney+ Luckily, for those hankering for some 80's movies Disney+ has some classics for you and the kids, if you have them, to watch together. Here's our round up of the best 80's movies on Disney+ in the UK right now that aren't Star Wars related that are available to watch right now on the new family friendly streaming service. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) Bob Hoskins stars as the cartoon hating private detective, Eddie Valentine who teams up with Roger Rabbit to save Toon Town from the evil Judge Doom (Christoper Lloyd). This classic from 1988 won four Oscars for its visual effects and is a brilliant and captivating movie to watch over and over again. Adventures In Babysitting (1987) What starts out as a standard babysitting job for Chris (Elizabeth Shue) turns into one big adventure to the big city for her and the kids she's looking. After her car gets towed away, she and the kids need to make it back in time across the mean streets before their parents get home. Adventures in Babysitting a classic movie that every 80's kid wanted to happen back in the day rather than getting a pizza delivered and being sent to bed early. It was also known under a different name as 'A Night On Town'. TRON (1982) Tron is a visual masterpiece that still looks great today in a sort of retro future kind of way. Arcade loving Computer Hacker, Flynn (Jeff Bridges) gets sucked into the corporate computer program and has to help Tron who is like an anti virus program to take back control of the computer world he's stuck in and save the day by taking part in gladiatorial style battles including the awesome Light Cycle's. This is a brilliant sci-fi movie that was way ahead of it's time. Incidentally, its sequel TRON Legacy featuring a superb soundtrack from Daft Punk is also available on Disney+. Splash (1984) Tom Hanks is the Allen Bauer a wholesale fruit and veg salesman in New York who having had a near death experience with a Mermaid 20 years prior accidentally gets knocked off a boat and rescued again by Madison, played by Darryl Hannah (Bladerunner) She goes back the sea after saving him and has his wallet so off she goes to New York and from there romance, comedy and action which also has a great supporting cast including John Candy (Uncle Buck) and Eugene Levy (American Pie) who is the sea creature hunting scientist who goes after her. Honey I Shrunk The Kids (1989) Rick Moranis (Ghostbusters) stars as the slighly mad scientist who has been working on a laser that shrinks and enlarges things that will revolutionise transportation everywhere. Whilst out his kids and the neighbours accidentally get shrunk, end up in a bin bag and get placed at the bottom of the garden. They then have to make their way home and go on an epic adventure in a world that is familiar and alien at the same time. This is a classic that everyone will enjoy watching. Three Men & A Baby (1987) What happens when three eligable batchelors who are living the high life in 80's New York suddenly get lumbered with a baby on their doorstep one morning. What entails is a hilarious movie where Tom Sellick (Magnum P.I), Steve Gutenberg (Police Academy) and Ted Danson (Cheers) have to change their ways and look after the baby who they accidentally give to some crooks after a misunderstanding and go and get her back. If you enjoyed watching this then the 1991 sequel Three Men and a Little Lady is also available to watch on Disney+ too. Tuner & Hooch (1989) Our final 80's movie that's worth watching on Disney Plus is another classic movie starring Tom Hanks who is a detective who takes in a dog called Hooch who is the only witness to his partners murder. Chaos reigns throughout as Turner looks after the unintentionally messy dog and with his help catches the criminals and saves the day. So there you have it, that's our choice of the best 80's movies in Disney+ in the UK right now. What are you going to watch first? Let us know in the comments below.