This year, there will be 10 Disney films that are old enough to drink

This year, there will be 10 Disney films that are old enough to drink ...

Although many Disney films are still making comebacks, Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar, and Disney Channel are all working on a new film, some are planning a very special birthday in 2022. Much like those born in 2001, there are plenty of Disney films that are old enough to drink this year.

2001 was chock-full of films for the ageless that can finally crack down on some bars. From an iconic Pixar film to several memorable Disney Channel original films to a handful of unexpected sequels, there were a lot of films for the age.

'Monsters, Inc.'

Monsters, Inc. starred the iconic voices of John Goodman and Billy Crystal and premiered in November 2001 as Pixar's fourth feature film.

Before Randall can kidnap her to test his scream extractor, top scarer Sulley and his best pal Mike must bring the human child nicknamed Boo back to her bedroom.

'Recess: School's Out'

Recess: School's Out, a popular animated series as part of Disney's One Saturday Morning programming block in the 1990s, made its theatrical debut in February 2001.

T.J. and his friends have come to an end of the school year, and all embark on their own summer plans until T.J. notices something suspicious going on in their elementary school and must gather the group to defy evildoers who are attempting to cancel summer vacations.

'Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge'

Debbie Reynolds and Kimberly J. Brown reunited as witches Marnie and Grandma Aggie in the much-anticipated sequel after the hugely successful DCOM Halloweentown premiered on the Disney Channel in 1998.

Marnie and her Halloweentown pals try to find the evil Kalabar's son, Kal, who intends to cast a spell on the world that will make everyone wear the Halloween costumes they're wearing once the Halloween season comes to an end.

'The Princess Diaries'

When The Princess Diaries was released in July 2001, it was the first of two films in the Princess franchise that featured Anne Hathaway, Julie Andrews, Mandy Moore, and Erik von Detten.

Mia, Hathaway's nefarious teenage character, is taken under Queen Clarisse's wing to learn princess etiquette and the true meaning of being royal.

'Zenon: The Zequel'

In the 1990s and early 2000s, the Zenon trilogy dominated Disney Channel, starring future General Hospital star Kirsten Storms and That's So Raven's Raven Symone.

Zenon: The Zequel was released two years after the first film and accompanied Zenon on her quest to persuade everyone on the Space-Stay that she had discovered alien life.

'The Luck Of The Irish'

Fans received a lot of Ryan Merriman in DCOMs at the height of the Disney Channel era in the 2000s, and one of the favorites was The Luck of the Irish, which premiered just in time for St. Patrick's Day in 2001.

Similar to Pixar's Turning Red, the film follows a a teen boy who learns about his Irish heritage and all that comes with it, including his and his family's sudden transformation into leprechauns.

'Max Keeble's Big Move'

In October 2001, Max Keeble's Big Move reached cinemas with Alex D. Linz, Josh Peck, Robert Carradine, and a Tony Hawk makeover.

Max Keeble discovers that he and his family are set to move, so he can retaliate against the school bullies who targeted him and his friends before he has to face any consequences.

'Twas The Night'

Bryan Cranston starred in a Christmas Disney Channel Original Film Twas The Night long before his breakout role on Breaking Bad. The film was released in December 2001.

When Cranston's Nick is hunted down by criminals, he disguises himself as Santa Claus, inadvertently injuring the real Santa and promising to deliver all of his presents on Christmas Eve with the help of his niece and nephews.

'Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure'

Lady and Tramp had shared that famous spaghetti dinner in Lady and the Tramp for almost half a century before the Disney classic got a sequel starring the couple's dog named Scamp.

Scamp's Adventure follows Scamp on a similar journey as his father, going off to become a stray and meeting Angel, his beloved pomeranian-siberian Husky mix.

'Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House Of Mouse'

Following the 2001 comedy series House of Mouse, a direct-to-video Christmas film was released later in the year titled Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse.

Mickey decides to organize a Christmas party for all of his pals after being snowed in at his House of Mouse club, which includes viewings of old Disney shorts Pluto's Christmas Tree from 1952, Mickey's Christmas Carol from 1983, and three episodes of Mickey Mouse Works from 1999.