Family Hits commits the rhythm game equivalent of fielding a football team and leaving Drew Brees, Randy Moss or Peyton Manning on the bench. The 30-song list contains a number of well-known favorites, including "You Can Fly!," "A Dream is a Wish," and "Under the Sea," as well as some more recent songs. Barring some sort of bizarre licensing issue, I suppose newer inclusions are to add balance and give boys something to sing or to include "current" movies.
This is an understandable, but flawed, choice. I was just as happy to sing "Once Upon a Dream," as I was "You've Got a Friend in Me." If the song is good, people will want to sing it. Even if you want to include more "boy songs," there are better alternatives in the Aladdin and Lion Kingsoundtracks. Heck, at least include "A Pirate's Life...".
Songs are accompanied by video packages featuring the films each song comes from. These are something you'll either love or hate. Rather than present the entire sequence from the movie, sequences include a few pieces from the original sequence spliced with other scenes from the movie. I would have liked the original sequences, but it didn't matter as much to me as it did others.