Hey Ironhide, news flash! Princess can be brave too!
I thought I'd spare a moment to describe the braveness of the bravest group of gals I know: the disney Princesses!
This isn't a countdown of the bravest princess, this is merely a lista describing what I feel to be the bravest moment of each princess (in what I hope is chronological order).
We start with the first! I feel Snow White to be one of the bravest princesses, for many reasons. 1) She put up with being a slave for fourteen years, 2) she didn't completely freak out when the Prince snuck up on her, 3) she pulled herself back together after being chased in the creepiest forest imaginable, 4) she dealt with an attempt on her life, 5) she let herself into some misceláneo home, and well, some other stuff I'm sure of but can't remember because it's been a while since I saw the movie.
Once again, slave for the majority of her life. Like Snow, she kept on singing. This chick was so Valiente she didn't stop to pity herself for one second, unlike me when I can't get a jar of maní, cacahuete mantequilla open. apoyar to Cindy! And as to the haters who point out the minor meltdown she had after the stepsisters ripped her dress, of course she was going to cry! The ball was pretty much her last hope and her sisters dashed it! Cindy also displayed bravery when she was locked in the tower.
Poor girl only had 18 minutos in her own movie. Stinkin' Disney. Anyway, during those 18 minutes, Aurora basically had her entire life torn apart when she discovered that she was a princess and would be promptly ripped away from the only people she'd ever known and loved. If I were her, I'd have killed myself instead of crying. Aurora was brave.
I'm pretty sure she's next. Anyway, Ariel was Valiente a lot throughout this movie (especially whenever King Triton was yelling at her). She had to stay Valiente the three days she was on land, and especially Valiente when Vanessa seduced Eric and the clock was ticking.
Once again, whenever Beast was yelling at her. And whenever Gaston was making advances (I would have been fearing sexual abuse). She also kept it together when she was being attacked por wolves, lost in a humongous spooky castle, being yelled at por Beast (did I mention that already?) and when a mob attempted to kill the amor of her life. And when the aforementioned amor of her life was dead.
Let's see, when some guy almost chopped her hand off, when she was enslaved por Jafar, when aladdín lied to her, when her father kept trying to marry her off to losers, and so on and so forth (it's been a while since I saw Aladdin). But from my decaying memory we can gather that jazmín was one dynamite gal.
Besides her bravest moment of throwing herself between John Smith and a club, Pocahontas also jumped off a cliff, sailed down a river AND a waterfall, stalked some white dude, saved her whole village, and made the tormenting choice of going with her amor o staying with her people. Poca really exhibited some death- defying bravery.
Ah, the obvious one. Besides saving China, handing the Mongolians a big can of whoop ass, joining the army in the guise of a man in the first place, and making the choice to not throw herself a pity party after getting kicked out of the army, Mulan's bravest moment arose when Shang dismissed her in I'll Make A Man Out Of You. Instead of giving up and going the easy route, she stuck it out and proved what a warrior she was. True bravery.
The world told her she couldn't accomplish her dream, and Tiana said, "Challenge accepted." That's Valiente enough on its own. Even though I remember absolutely nothing of this film, I must say, Tiana somehow ended up killing the villain of the film. Which sounds pretty Valiente to me.
She climbed insanely high rocks, she fought for her destiny (however that quote went) she dared to defy her parents, and what else? She turned her mother back into a human! And her bravest moment? Always telling herself that SHE was in charge of herself, not anyone else. And, er, her movie's name is Brave.
I think she's out of order, I don't know. Anyway Rapunzel may just be one of the bravest princesses. Why? Because her foe wasn't pure evil in her eyes. Her foe was her own mother, which of course created intense feelings of confusion and guilt on her. And yet through it all, she stayed true to herself and made it through, something that I can say from experience is one of the most difficult tasks.
Her bravery shines every time she gets close to Elsa. Anna is Valiente in that her amor for Elsa squelches her fear. What a beautiful bravery.
Elsa's bravery differs from Anna. Elsa had to be Valiente even when she hated herself for harming her sister and her kingdom. Ouch.
Well, that's it. I'm very tired right now (as tu can probably tell). Thanks for reading, it was a long article.
The temerity of the princesses will last through the ages!