princesas de disney Unpopular disney opinions (confessions)

viktoriya773 posted on Feb 10, 2014 at 11:53PM
Post your unpopular Disney opinion here. Express your opinion about not only DP but Disney in general. Please be respectful about each other's opinions and don't bash someone because of it. Say "I disagree/agree with you because..." I'm sure everyone is mature enough to handle it.

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hace más de un año Bellatrix666 said…
I ship Jafar with Tzekel-Kan (The road to El Dorado). I think they are really cute together.
UnholyNoise commented…
Not a pairing I'd ever thought of, but it does sound interesting! hace más de un año
hace más de un año dimitri_ said…
I keep hearing about how great 2015 Cinderella and Ever After are. I guess you could say those are just not my type of movies *shrugs*
disnerdtobe commented…
Yeah I don't like 2015 cenicienta either. Especially the visuals are ugly, which are personally important to me in a movie. hace más de un año
hace más de un año reflection11 said…
I think Elsa is the most creative princess.
Diazdiaz95 commented…
Hmm Intriguing, creative in what sense? hace más de un año
mhs1025 commented…
^ Think about that ice tower. The way she built that thing was impressive! hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
I think Elsa and Rapunzel are both creative. hace más de un año
hace más de un año dimitri_ said…
I think it's ok to have Mulan as your favorite because she saved China. Some complain about fans only caring for her because of that action. But truthfully, actions speak loud and people shouldn't act like being a national hero isn't a big deal, it's a huge accomplishment that can be admired. It's not one of the main reasons why I love her and I am against fans who put the other Princesses down because they're ''not quite on that level'' but I just felt like I had to say this.
JNTA1234 commented…
My fave is mulan as well and I agree. :) hace más de un año
324anna commented…
Agreed. She's my segundo favorite. hace más de un año
Sparklefairy375 commented…
Also agree hace más de un año
hace más de un año dimitri_ said…
Am I the only one who was never repulsed by the kissing scene between Jafar and Jasmine? I loved watching it when I was a kid even, mostly because of Aladdin's reaction haha.
324anna commented…
lol I actually thought I was the only one who WAS repulsed. I think I was the only kid who left the room every time that particular scene came. hace más de un año
MalloMar commented…
I don't know what I think of that scene...Al's face is like 0.0 and D: hace más de un año
hace más de un año JNTA1234 said…
Pocahontas, Tiana, Belle AND Mulan would along with princesses like Cinderella and Aurora before a princess like Merida. In fact, of these four, Poca would be the only princess close to Merida. I can actually come up with reasons why Tia, Belle and Mulan would hate Merida.
hace más de un año KataraLover said…
I honestly don't think that the Disney sequels are as bad as people make them out to be. I mean, most of them are really harmless. I mean, there aren't very many that I think are awful and I just barely have enough to make a top 10 worst Disney sequels list. Even the ones that are really bad, even the awful ones, aren't as painful as a lot of people make them out to be. I mean, none of them are even deserving to be among the top 10 worst Disney movies. I mean, I've seen A LOT of AWFUL movies, both animated and live-action, and I can tell you there are A LOT worse out there, which make the Disney sequels really look harmless. I won't deny there are some bad sequels but that doesn't mean all of them are bad. There are a lot of decent ones and even some that I would describe as great and up to regular Disney's standards (yes, I went there).
Diazdiaz95 commented…
I haven't seen all of the disney sequels but that ones that I have seen weren't that bad, I've watched some of them several times and I don't mind rewatching them. hace más de un año
shanyuisboss commented…
I kind of understand what tu mean, but in comparison to their first movies, most sequels are terrible. disney is terrible at making sequels that go hand in hand with the first movie, where the animación and voicing is the same, o at least very similar. And for a lot of these not "horrendous" movies, tu are right, they aren't as horrendous as they are described to be. However, disney sequels really tend to lack real substance, o things that make it like a memorable story. A lot of sequels just honestly have really awkward animation, and just screwed up characters. Yeah, there are decent ones, but they seriously seem like barely any effort was put into them. I do agree that disney does have some fantastic sequels, some are even better than the originals. Lady and the Tramp 2, Peter Pan 2, Rescuers down under, and Toy story 2 are some great examples. hace más de un año
shanyuisboss commented…
Actually, I think their are más sequels that are great than the bad ones. hace más de un año
324anna commented…
First of all I agree that there are some amazing disney sequels, like Peter Pan 2 and the others that shanyuisboss mentioned. The problem with the bad sequels isn't that they're so awfull imo, because some of them are actually better than a lot of cine I've seen. I think people hate them so much because they can't live up to the original. When tu watch an amazing movie, a masterpiece and tu fall in amor with the characters, the animación and the songs, it's hard not to hate the sequel, which is so inferior and which completely destroys everything tu adored from the first movie. hace más de un año
hace más de un año mhs1025 said…
I actually don't mind the CGI princesses. Yes, I'd like to see more traditionally hand-drawn ones in the future, but I don't think the CGI ones are as bad as some people make them out to be.
KataraLover commented…
I don't mind CGI characters. My favorito! fictional character (Jack Frost) is a CGI character. It's just the fact that Anna and Elsa aren't very well written and Merida becomes a faux action girl. I do still really like Merida, she just has things about her (not just being a faux action girl) that annoy me. The only one of the CGI princesses I amor is Rapunzel. But the way I feel about the others has nothing to do with them being CGI. hace más de un año
hace más de un año KataraLover said…
I know this is probably rude to say, but I just can't help but laugh my ass off every time I hear or see people say that Anna is a better developed and improved version of Rapunzel. I'm sorry, but in what world? The only thing Anna beats Rapunzel in is the looks department. Rapunzel actually grows, matures, and develops in her movie, Anna does not. She learns not to marry someone you just met at the last minute but that's it. Character development is non-existent in Frozen, so Anna is completely inferior to Rapunzel in my opinion. People say that Rapunzel is a Mary Sue but I ask, HOW? She has flaws! She's clumsy, awkward, insecure, shy, paranoid, a little reckless, naive, and ignorant. I hear people say she's also a Mary Sue because things come too easily to her but again, same thing happens with Anna and even Elsa. Anna is inexperienced but she's still shown as more skilled than Kristoff and constantly has to save him, who is supposed to be more skilled than her. Or Elsa being so skilled with her powers during Let It Go, despite having no real training and concealing her powers for almost all her life. Along with the fact that she conquers her anxiety and thaws the kingdom without even trying. You think that's not having things come easily to them? I'd say it's just as bad, if not worse, as it is with Rapunzel. Except, unlike Anna and Elsa, Rapunzel actually develops and matures. Plus, Anna's humor is A LOT more forced than Rapunzel's.
dimitri_ commented…
That's because Rapunzel's flaws are never shown in a negative and what people mean por things coming easily to Rapunzel is that she never had to work for anyone's affection, not even the villain's. Like the I Got A Dream scene, all the thugs started liking her all of a sudden. And even if her flaws were shown in a negative light, she still posesses far too many characteristic traits which makes her character feel completely unorganic. I can't tell what her defining characteristic trait is while I can do that with all the other Princesses. Anna's character on the other hand has none of those issues and brings something new to the Modern Princess mesa, tabla por mostrando loving someone unconditionally and being desperate for affection. So she doesn't develop as much, I don't even think there's anything wrong with staying the same throughout a movie. The only thing that bothers me is rushed character development which isn't the case for Rapunzel but anyway, to each their own. hace más de un año
KataraLover commented…
Rapunzel's naivety and inability to stand up to her mother (Gothel) is the negative. Unlike the negatives that Anna has (which are shown as charming, not negatives), she goes on her journey and learns to overcome it. Anna's negatives aren't shown as bad things, they're shown as her charm and things that shouldn't be fixed. Sven likes her instantly without any problems, despite that "Sven" dicho that "Yeah, people will beat tu and cheat you! Everyone of them's bad, except tu (Kristoff)!" Why did he suddenly warm up to Anna? Shouldn't he hate people like Kristoff did? She didn't even have to work had to get Kristoff to like her, just wait later in the movie and out of no where he likes her. She doesn't have to do anything to get him to like her, he just ends up liking her out of no where. Anna brings nothing new to the table. hace más de un año
AudreyFreak commented…
and btw, all the DPs, even Merida to a degree, are idealized, so I'm OK with that, but most of the DPs have flaws and some layers to them that keep them from being Sues. it's just that with Rapunzel she isn't really portrayed as having real flaws. Anna gets a lot of hate because of her flaws, as dimitri also mentioned. she is criticized for her impulsiveness and naivete in and out of universe. hace más de un año
hace más de un año JNTA1234 said…
We technically know more about Aurora than we do about Elsa and Jasmine for that matter. Think about it, we know about their dreams and aspirations, Aurora?check Jasmine?check, we know how they react to things, Aurora?check Jasmine?check, we know what they're like in an everyday setting, Aurora?check Jasmine?nope. The thing is, we never see Jasmine in a non-conflicted setting. What does Jasmine do when she's not complaining about forced marriage, escaping palace life or grieving Aladdin's "death". Sure her personality's still strong enough to shine through but what is Jasmine like in NORMAL EVERYDAY setting? Basically, what I'm asking is what does Jasmine like to do in her spare time, her hobbies, her interests? We get to see some of this with Aurora. The only time we see Jasmine in a setting where she can just be herself is when she's brushing her hair. The problem with Jasmine is that she's dealing with conflict throughout most of her time on screen, other princesses have this problem like Cinderella, Mulan and of course Elsa. (MY TOP 4!) But all their personalities are strong enough to shine through EXCEPT Elsa and that's why I say Elsa has no personality. Because other princesses Cindy, Jas and Mulan, deal with conflict majority of their films but I can still pinpoint unique characteristics in them. Aurora would have the same problem, except she was allowed some time to be herself and showcase her personality and therefore I can find unique characteristics in her, UNlike Elsa.
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KataraLover commented…
I must disagree. All we see from Aurora in an everyday setting is how she spends time with her animal friends. We don't see what her relationship of her life with the hadas are like. All she does is sing and talk to animals. Jasmine's everyday setting is revealed because it's shown that she's always told where to go, what to do, and how to dress. Her only friend is Rajiah and every minuto of her life is decided for her because that's the way it was for a princess back then. Aurora didn't have every minuto of her life decided for her because she grew up as a princess and didn't have to deal with any conflict until she found out she was a princess, but even then we don't know how she reacted to it. We don't know her emotions of meeting her parents (who she likely thought were dead), becoming a princess, o having a new life with new responsibilities. hace más de un año
KataraLover commented…
All we see from her conflict is that she's sad about an arrange married and not being able to be with the man she met in the forrest. Jasmine's everyday life may not be normal but she's not normal because she's ROYALTY, who don't have that kind of luxury. We don't know any of Aurora's hobbies o how she feels about her new duties as a princess, which should be something más important for the movie to talk about instead of a man she met in the forest. But I will agree that we do know más about Aurora than we do Elsa because her whole identity is her anxiety. She didn't have to deal with what jazmín had to deal with because she was forced to be isolated in her room to conceal her powers. jazmín had to be ordered what to do every minuto with royal meetings and such. In my opinion, we know más about jazmín than we do Elsa and Aurora but we know más about Aurora than we do Elsa. hace más de un año
shanyuisboss commented…
^I agree. hace más de un año
hace más de un año MalloMar said…
hmmm
I watch Disney/animated movies in general mainly for entertainment.
I don't analyze them nearly as much as a lot of Fanpoppers. However, I do think everyone else's debates, and observations are interesting, and they make me think a little harder about the movies.
In the end, I watch them simply to enjoy them or for "comfort."
MalloMar commented…
Sorry if that's childish o unintelligent. hace más de un año
324anna commented…
I can definitely see where you're coming from. There are some movies/characters that I love, however, I have no idea why, so I'm satisfied with simply watching them, without giving much thought to every single detail. However, when it comes to stuff like The Prince of Egypt, the Hunchback of Notre Dame o the relationship of cenicienta and Anastasia, which are things I'm obsessed with, but I know WHY I amor them so much, then I like analyzing them and paying attention to small details. But, like you, while I amor critiquing them e.t.c., I have a very hard time expressing myself with words. So, yeah, I'm a huge social failure too. Now that I think about it, I can't even explain why I like a movie/series/character even in my freaking native language. hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
I definitely agree with you. It's not childish o unintelligent at all. Not everything has to be taken seriously. hace más de un año
hace más de un año scarletunicorn said…
I don't really give much of a care for the Marvel movies tbh. Then again my tastes in Marvel in general just go towards Spider-man and the Mutants. So a whole movie series based on Iron Man isn't really my thing (his character is an asshole in the comics). And I don't really like sometimes these things being connected, I just wanna watch Spider-man having fun, not him acting like a drooling fanboy over Captain America. (it's easy bc if i just wanna see Spidey-only action i can just go to his comics) That's why i'm kinda cold to the whole "Spider-man has been added to the MCU woo!!" thing.
wavesurf commented…
Well, I like DC mainly because of Wonder Woman. :) Of course, that's lopsided, but hey. And while Iron Man is a jerk, true, it's better when it is an emsemble piece, like the Avengers, where the jerk-isim is spread among Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk, and Hawkeye, and they are balanced por más integrity-focused types: Captain America, Black Widow, Nick Fury, etc. The new Spiderman was meh to me. Nothing against the British actor Andrew Garfield, but I liked Tobey better. Again, the Marvel universe is full of jerk types, though. And if that isn't your thing, it's hard to like. So I get you, I do. hace más de un año
scarletunicorn commented…
But that's the thing though (and my big problem with Marvel). Half of the characters are assholes. I know they're supposed to be "realistic", but an unlikeable can only take tu so hard. (I think Spider-man works as a character because he's relatable without being a complete jerk (for most of the time, anyway). I guess in a way DC's characters are much más engaging because despite the odds they still go out and try to do the right thing. In Marvel they just often do things based on selfish desires más than anything hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
I agree. Not much of a marvel fan and I think it's stupid that disney bought them just for monetary greed. It makes no sense. They are better ways to make más profits. hace más de un año
hace más de un año scarletunicorn said…
I hate tumblr redesigns. I dislike when edgy tumblrinas grab classic characters and give them dyed pink hair, undercuts, piercings, tattoos and hipster clothing. they look awful.
UnholyNoise commented…
lol "tumblrinas." hace más de un año
wavesurf commented…
Those weird me out, too. especially what they do to the princes. They manage to take great looking guys and turn them into...eh? hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
Yeah they look awful but as long as people are having fun, it's pretty harmless. But the pregnant/porn princesses are awful and disrespectful. hace más de un año
hace más de un año dimitri_ said…
We don't discuss about this much so Idk if it's unpopular but The Disney Heroines genderbent probably make better looking men than the Heroes themselves. I mean Elsa, Pocahontas, Kida, Anna, Cinderella, Esmeralda, Tiana are all insanely hot from the ones I've seen.
dimitri_ commented…
also I don't know if it's normal that my taste in men and women have changed a lot. I don't even find Dimitri all that attractive anymore lol, guess I'm más drawn por personality xP Idk hace más de un año
KataraLover commented…
Well, Dimitri does have a horrible personality, so I guess that explains why tu don't find him that attractive anymore, since you're drawn por personality lol. But I agree with tu to an extent. hace más de un año
AudreyFreak commented…
I guess because effeminate men are usually better looking than masculine women generally. it's true, Naveen and Phoebus are just too mannish looking to look pretty! but Poca and Esmeralda make better guys to me. hace más de un año
hace más de un año MalloMar said…
I'd like to see a continuation of The Princess and the Frog in the form of an animated short or a sequel. It's
an amazing movie, and I want to see more of it as opposed to a Frozen sequel. I know, Disney sequels aren't often spectacular, so maybe just a short. The could do something about Charlotte finding love, or something having to do with Naveen's kingdom, etc.
UnholyNoise commented…
Crossing my fingers for a Charlotte-centric sequel! She'd be an excellent leading lady. I don't know if I'd want to see Tiana and Naveen head up another movie -- in my head their marriage doesn't last long. hace más de un año
324anna commented…
A PATF sequel would be the most awesome thing ever. But I would actually like to see Tiana and Naveen working things out, I imagine they would be the kind of couple that has many differencies and fights a lot, but they're still perfect for each other. I want to believe their marriage will last, besides the issues that they'll probably have. And a Charlotte-centric sequel is such an amazing idea! hace más de un año
mhs1025 commented…
I'd amor to see a sequel! I hope they make one! IMO, it should be about Tiana and Naveen being turned back into frogs while trying to stop someone avenging Dr. Falicier. And at the end, Tiana reveals she's pregnant. (OK, that MIGHT not happen, but a fan can imagine, can't she? LOL) hace más de un año
hace más de un año UnholyNoise said…
I think that Disney should add Kida as a DP before they even think about adding Anna or Elsa.
ajotma commented…
Truuuuu hace más de un año
hace más de un año scarletunicorn said…
I can't be the only one who thinks Chernabog is hot, right? *hides* Also, I ship him hard with Maleficent.
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KataraLover commented…
Well, he's hot in a literal sense, since he basically lives in hell lol. hace más de un año
dimitri_ commented…
^Lol. I think I saw on some other sites where girls found him to be hot. hace más de un año
hace más de un año KataraLover said…
I know for sure this is an unpopular Disney opinion, despite the critical acclaim and love it gets, I think Wall-E is a legit awful movie! I don't know why people love it so much. Yes, the environmental message is good and they only hammer it in a little bit and the animation is pretty (it's freaking pixar, so of course it does), but it's still an awful movie to me. The romance is poorly done and they lack chemistry, the characters are either boring or annoying, the villain comes out of nowhere, it's not engaging, it doesn't have much creativity to it, the writing is clunky, the main characters don't talk (which wouldn't be a problem if the characters were engaging or interesting), and is really BORING and DULL! Whenever I watch the movie, even when I first saw it and am usually wide away for even awful movies, I have a hard time sitting through it without falling asleep. It's a complete SNORE FEST! I mean, one of the problems (in my opinion anyway, which seems to be unpopular) in Spirit was that the animals didn't talk. However, it was still a good movie because at least the animals still had interesting personalities. But the characters in Wall-E that don't talk are either boring or annoying in my opinion, especially the villains and the two main characters. The only things I like about it are that fat couple are both cute characters and a cute couple, the animation is pretty (but Pixar has done MUCH better animation), the message is good (but not executed very well), and I do also kind of like the Captain and his curiosity with Earth. But overall, while unpopular opinion, I think it's a genuinely awful movie. It's not just because I hate it because I hate Mary Poppins but I think it's a brilliantly well-done and genuinely good movie.
MalloMar commented…
I started watching it, got 15 minutos in and never finished. I could try again. hace más de un año
324anna commented…
I haven't watched Wall-E since a long time, but from what I remember the movie was indeed a snore fest. I wouldn't call it awful, but definitely overrated and the robots were incredibly boring. In Spirit, the whole main-characters-don't-talk thing worked incredibly well, in my opinion, because the caballos made human-like expressions, had distinct personalities and it was generally very easy to understand how they felt and what they wanted to say. Also, it had the narration, which, while it could be annoying at times, was very helpful and helped us learn más about Spirit. hace más de un año
wanderingchild7 commented…
I actually liked it, but I can absolutely see your point. It can be boring and there are parts that sometimes I just skip. I actually really liked the amor story part! So it's not the movie that I would watch over and over again but I liked it. But don't give my opinion too much credit. For me everything that includes a footage of the canto Michael Crawford (you know, that scene from Hello Dolly what Wall-E is always watching) is just pure gold. :D :D hace más de un año
hace más de un año UnholyNoise said…
As I said on the CAMH version of this, I think Facilier is pretty attractive. Not as hot as Naveen but dude's got some undeniable charisma.
KataraLover commented…
I personally think he's ugly but beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I mean I can understand why people think anastasia Tremaine is ugly because she's definitely not conventionally pretty but I think she's beautiful in an unconventional way. Though it's her inner beauty that I do amor most and that beauty is conventional. hace más de un año
MalloMar commented…
Facililer has an amazing eye color. His character diseño is cool, in my opinion. hace más de un año
Raipunzel commented…
I think he's way hotter than Naveen. hace más de un año
hace más de un año scarletunicorn said…
And talking about overrated Pixar movies...I never got the appeal of Up, nor Toy Story 3. I never really liked Up nor connected with it, it always seemed a pretentious film to me (it seems to be made for only the critics of Hollywood (old white men) to like), and Toy Story 3, it seemed a little too melodramatic and took itself too seriously at times to be enjoyable. And I could never connect with the audience who was all "omg my childhood!! i'm crying!!" at the end. I mean I cried, but mostly because I felt so sad for the toys (characters that I DO like), who loved Andy so much and would miss him dearly. I didn't tear up because I "saw" myself in that ending, giving away my childhood to prepare for adulthood. I never saw it, but apparently the rest of the world did.
dimitri_ commented…
I'm not a pixar fan in general but Up is probably my segundo favorito! pixar movie after MonstersU. As for Toy Story 3, meh I'm not much of a fan of the trilogy. Although the ending was kinda a tear jerker lol I just amor crying in movies. hace más de un año
scarletunicorn commented…
I tend to like pixar films in general. The only ones who I found to be really boring were the two Cars, the two Monsters Inc, Toy Story 3, Wall-E and Up. I amor all the other ones hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
I don't like Up either and do find it pretentious like tu dicho (pleasing "old, white men" critics lol). I find Up to be depressing and I watch entertainment to feel better, not feel worse. I couldn't even get through the entire movie. Just not my cup of té even though I feel Up is one of those cine tu "have" to like and obligated to. That said, I like pixar and I find them brilliant, my favoritos especially being Monsters inc, A Bug's Life, and Finding Nemo. I like the what-if scenarios becuase I find them imaginative. Also I agree with KataraLover. I find Dreamworks to be subpar to disney and don't like Shrek. hace más de un año
hace más de un año MalloMar said…
I prefer Giselle with Prince Edward. XD
324anna commented…
I really like them together. hace más de un año
MalloMar commented…
I like Robert, too, but Ed is hilariously cute. ^_^ hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
Yeah they're kinda cute together. hace más de un año
hace más de un año KataraLover said…
I'm not sure if this is unpopular opinion or not but whenever I'm debating, I'm never really trying to change someones opinion, especially since I know that I'm likely not to. Anyway I've changed someones opinion it's always a surprise to me. I'm just trying to share my point of view, I'm usually blunt about it that makes it seem rude but I'm not trying to be rude. Usually if I meet someone on Fanpop who agrees with everything I say (which only happened with two users) it freaks me out. Luckily, I find plenty of differences between us, which makes me relieved. I think most people would be happy to have someone who agrees with them on everything but I really don't. I mean, that's basically like just being with me and I don't want to be with me, I'M WITH ME ALL THE TIME! I love hearing different opinions and sharing different opinions because they can tell me something I've never thought of or I could be sharing with them something they've never thought about.
324anna commented…
I think you're much más mature than people give tu credit for. But anyway, I completely agree, if we all had the same opinions, our world would be incredibly boring. The only thing that may annoy me when I'm talking with someone else, is when they use the world "hate" for something. Sometimes it's justified and I admit I've done that too a few times in the past, but it generally makes me really sad when someone hates something that I love. I won't try to change his o her opinion, I will respect him and listen carefully to what he has to say, but, I dunno, people use the word "hate" far too easily in my opinion. Especially for things like cine and fictional characters, unless they're racist o in any other way offending, I find it quite unnecessary to say that tu hate them. hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
I agree with you. When I share my opinion, it's más like me to express myself, get stuff off my chest, and rant. I'm not trying to force people to change their opinions, I just want to "relieve" myself and dump my opinions somewhere lol. I tend to be blunt too and might come across as rude but that's not my intention. It's human nature to want to be heard and agree with you. I definitely get that. hace más de un año
hace más de un año JNTA1234 said…
Jasmine is not independent, I give her credit for choosing to leave the palace all on her own and not just doing out of spite (Ariel) or waiting for an opportunity to present itself (Rapunzel). But she does depend on Aladdin a lot and while she gets points for trying her best, ultimately she's not an independent princess.

Aurora is not kind. I see this word used to describe her a lot. Yeah, it's technically not true, there's no real evidence of this. She's not unkind but she doesn't explicitly display kindness either. Obedient and polite yes, kind, no. And yes, there is a difference.

Snow White is not shy. Yeah, I really don't see where people get this from. I think some people just automatically equate her childlike appearance and high-pitched voice with shyness. She's one of the LEAST shy princesses actually.

Cinderella is not all that passive. Okay, I was guilty of saying this myself back in the old days but now I see that her passivity is all that bad. In fact, I'd say she's kinda passive aggressive. Aurora's more passive.

I wouldn't say Ariel's not brave but I think fearless is a better word. She's a daredevil risk taker, doing dangerous things seems like a casual thing for her, remains very calm during a shark attack, that's great but it's not really bravery. She's does display some courage but not to the point where it's noteworthy.

Rapunzel is not funny
Belle is not perfect
Tiana is not mean
POCAHONTAS IS NOT SMART!

Mulan is not a tomboy. Yes, we've been through this many times, she's not. Honestly, calling her a tomboy is like calling Velma from Scooby Doo or Raven from Teen Titans a tomboy. I can understand where people are coming from when they say that however, it's really not the case.
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scarletunicorn commented…
Yes, mulan is más nerdy and a little awkward than an outright tomboy. I guess if we had to compare to someone, she would be one of those girls who are well meaning but kinda disorganized (messy room, getting up late), who doesn't put up makeup o anything and she likes it that way. hace más de un año
sarchasm commented…
I agree with all of these to some extent, honestly. I too used to see cenicienta as passive, but then I read Romeo and Juliet, and my opinion about characters who don't have much opportunity to be proactive changed a little bit. And I definitely agree on the thing about Snow White —— people think she's shy because she hid from the Prince when he climbed the wall, but it was probably just because she was embarrassed about her ragged clothes at first, o something. hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
I would say Jamine is independent-minded but physically she depends on people, and that's how I am and most girls are, which is why I like her character because it shows tu don't have to be physically independent but tu should still have your own thinking and follow what's right for you. I think Aurora is kind, seeing how she treats the hadas and animals, but I see what tu mean. She doesn't do anything "heroic" like cenicienta saving Gus. Yeah Snow isn't shy at all. cenicienta is assertive. Ariel doesn't have a lot of fear to overcome, so she's fearless. Rapunzel isn't funny but she's meant to be comedic. I do find Belle perfect and Tiana kinda mean. hace más de un año
hace más de un año KataraLover said…
I honestly don't see any problem with someone constantly making polls about a certain character or movie that they love. I've seen people get upset because they're annoyed by their obsession. So what? Just ignore it! I mean, isn't it better to obsess over something positive than to obsess over something negative? If someone is bugged by an obsession I have, I really don't care because it's not my problem. If someone is bugged over an obsession someone has than maybe they shouldn't be on here, since people are supposed to be allowed to express their love and opinion over things they enjoy.
UnholyNoise commented…
Do people really complain about that?? I thought obsessing over characters was kind of the point of fanpop... hace más de un año
KataraLover commented…
Yes, believe it o not. When I was in my obsession of Lola Bunny from el espacio mermelada there that this whole big thing like I had just dropped the atomic bomb. I was accused of spamming, despite that I publicado it on the CAMH's club where the topic is completely relevant. hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
Yeah exactly. That's kinda the point of this club. To obsess over things. It's not called FANpop for no reason. hace más de un año
hace más de un año mhs1025 said…
This may've been said, but I'll go ahead and say it. I'd love to see a sequel to Brave. About the love interest-if they add one, great. If they don't, that's fine too.
hace más de un año MalloMar said…
Merida would probably be low on my DP list if I had one, but I love seeing her high/first on other users' lists.
UnholyNoise commented…
:) she's segundo on mine, right after tiana. hace más de un año
reflection11 commented…
I agree! She's 6th on mine but when I see her higher, it makes me happy:D hace más de un año
mhs1025 commented…
She's on the verge being my favorito! DP sometimes. hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
Same hace más de un año
hace más de un año 324anna said…
I don't find Belle perfect. It's true that the whole "She's the weirdest girl in town and everyone talks about her and omg she's so gorgeous" thing at the beginning is pretty Mary Suish (although I really don't like using that term), but I find her a very interesting character and actually, I love her because she has the same flaws with me.

She's lonely, but it's partly her fault, since she finds everyone else too "simple" for her tastes, so she always stays by herself. There are obviously more people who read in the town, but she's not willing to try and make some friends. In my opinion, she has the special snowflake syndrom, where she kind of thinks she's better than anyone else, more intellectual and independent. She takes pride in being "weird". She wants so much more than a simple, boring life, but she doesn't really do anything about it.

She's just so influenced by her books that she feels like a book heroine herself and I have a feeling that maybe Disney made her on purpose seem a bit "too perfect" at the beginning, because that's how she sees herself too, in a way.

To sum up, Belle is a hipster. xD
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UnholyNoise commented…
A lot of people don't understand what a Mary Sue is. It's about más than being idealized, which Belle is definitely presented as being. It's about having an inordinate amount of the plot revolve around you. That's why even though I amor Hunchback, Esmeralda is definitely a Mary Sue. I like her and all, but all the dudes in town are in amor with her to some degree (one guy will even burn the whole city just to find her), and she has no flaws even in the informed sense. But the thing that puts her into Mary Sue land is that in addition to all of that,, there isn't an arc in the mover that doesn't revolve around her. HOND is much más about her than it is about Quasimodo who is supposed to be the main protagonist. hace más de un año
324anna commented…
^ I corrected it now, so that it says "I don't think Belle is perfect", in case there's any confusion, although I always thought a Mary Sue was a girl who was idealised, but also didn't have any flaws, which in my opinion is not true about Belle. I do agree that Esmeralda is a Mary Sue though, and although I'd argue she has some flaws (she's reckless, manipulative and some other stuff that I want to write an articulo about), I can't deny that the movie practically shoves in our faces how amazing she is. And that comes from someone who has her as her favorito! animated female. hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
Belle does try to make friends. tu see her talking to the baker but he doesn't pay attention to what she says. She simply doesn't have anything in common with her townspeople. She even talked to her dad asking what she could do better to fit in. But Belle definitely has that "hipster" vibe. XP It's sort of the weird reason I admire her. hace más de un año
hace más de un año MalloMar said…
hmmm
It bothers me that people scream "Incest, ew!" whenever The Lion King II: Simba's Pride is brought up. It is clearly stated in the movie that Kovu is NOT Scar's son, and is most likely not related to Kiara. Why doesn't anyone look at the first movie from that point of view? It's likely that Nala's father is Mufasa or Scar, both related to Simba, but that doesn't bother anyone. Of course, her father could be a rogue lion, but it's common for the male of a pride to have multiple mates. I guess I shouldn't put lion logic in a movie about talking animals, but I think people think of them too much as humans (which in a way, makes sense because they have human emotions and use dialogue).
324anna commented…
I think we should stop putting too much thought into this. Like tu said, they're animales that talk and think like people, so whether we think of them as lions o as humans, something will always not make sense. hace más de un año
MalloMar commented…
As someone who was once a TLK fanatic, I know this is argued about ALL THE TIME. At least it was. :| hace más de un año
MalloMar commented…
^I'm saying her father is most likely either Mufasa o Scar no matter how odd it sounds. *shrug* Point is, the first movie is más likely to have incest than the second. hace más de un año
hace más de un año 324anna said…
I think Esmeralda should be the main character in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. I'm not sure since I never actually finished the book, but I always thought she was the protagonist in Victor Hugo's novel. And yeah, I am definitely a little bit biased since she's my favorite animated female, but, while I adore Quasimodo, I believe it would make much more sense if she was the main character, seeing as the story is about her anyway.

Like UnholyNoise pointed out in a comment to another confession I made, the whole movie revolves around her. She influences Quasimodo, Phoebus and Frollo and she is the cause behind these three guys' actions.

Also, while I love her to bits, the movie practically screams to us "Oh look! Look how awesome and sweet and selfless and badass and misunderstood she is!". I do think she has flaws, but I can see why so many people find her too perfect. So while I already find her an interesting character, I think she had so much more potential, if only she was given more screentime.

(btw HOND is my favorite animated movie, so it's not like I don't like it because it has Quasimodo as a protagonist, he's awesome, I just wanted to say that it could have been done in a different way and still turn out amazing, at least in my humble opinion)
dimitri_ commented…
Although HOND is a terrific movie on its own, that's not a bad idea :) I'm actually not that fond of Quasi, I do feel sympathy but his character feels like I'm forced to feel bad for him. hace más de un año
hace más de un año AudreyFreak said…
I prefer sequel-Mulan to original Mulan. and I like the idea of her becoming a teacher (a job I think suits her way more than the usual ones people suggest like a karate instructor or whatnot) and getting married.
324anna commented…
If she appeared only in the sequel, I wouldn't have any major problem with mulan from mulan 2. However, her character is so completely different than the one we saw and loved in the original, that I can't not dislike her. Can I ask why do tu prefer her than the mulan of the first movie? hace más de un año
scarletunicorn commented…
I thought she was alright, but I don't think why she'd be against arranged marriage, considering she volunteered to one in the first film (Honor to Us All). It didn't work out, but... hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
She literally sings a song about how great she is! This is a stark contrast to Reflection, where she actually REFLECTED on her flaws. hace más de un año
hace más de un año dimitri_ said…
Cinderella is in my top 5 for most of my lists- role models, beauty, wardrobes, favorites, etc.
324anna commented…
She's in my parte superior, arriba 3 in many of those lists. :) hace más de un año
reflection11 commented…
I think me too hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
Same. cenicienta is #1 for role model, beauty, wardrobe. Cinderella, her clothes, and the animación is so gorgeous! hace más de un año
hace más de un año mhs1025 said…
I don't get why people say The Lion King and Frozen are the same movie. Every time I see that theory, I'm like "What in the living hell do you mean?". I think they're 2 TOTALLY different movies. To me, the whole damn comparison thing on those movies sounds confusing.
dimitri_ commented…
They are just mostrando the similarities with the 2 most successful disney cine is all :) hace más de un año
dimitri_ commented…
Personally I find those remarks clever hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
Same as dimitri. They're just financially successful, is all. hace más de un año
hace más de un año KataraLover said…
I think that Frozen is a genuinely awful movie. The writing is beyond lazy, it has TONS of plot-holes that are never explained, it's sexist towards men, Anna and Kristoff have no chemistry and are a horrible couple, I feel absolutely NOTHING for Anna and Elsa's relationship, the Hans reveal was STUPID and out of nowhere, the trolls are annoying as hell, the characters don't have conversations like normal people, they hammer in the message about not marrying someone you just met, the villains are lame, it's rushed, the characters are one-dimensional and don't develop, we don't get to know the characters, I can't get into the Arendelle atmosphere, the songs (while great) don't transition well, and the humor is just horrible. If people think Rapunzel and the movie Tangled are forced and over-the-top, Anna and the movie Frozen are a MILLION TIME more forced and over-the-top than they are.
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reflection11 commented…
I actually agree with you, except for I amor the characters. It, objectively, it quite awful. In all honesty, I amor it anyway!!! hace más de un año
hace más de un año KataraLover said…
Many complain about how hard it is to think up lists and say that hate doing it. However, I actually LOVE to think up lists. I find it to be REALLY fun and will usually make a list for anything.
dimitri_ commented…
I'm one of those people. It's contradicting but I really do amor making lists, about anything really I just amor doing it. But truth is, I iniatially didn't have most of them figured out and that's why it's the most frustrating thing ever. tu want to have a lista but tu want to get done analyzing and whatnot. hace más de un año
MalloMar commented…
I want to have lists, but my indecisiveness is pretty much Pocahontasx1000! hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
I think most people would agree with you, seeing how lists are quite popular around here. It's a good way for some people to analyze and organize their thoughts, like tu said. hace más de un año
hace más de un año KataraLover said…
I think people are WAAAAAAAAAY TOO HARD on Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams. I mean, I'm never one to say that Disney is just for kids but this movie actually was just intended for little girls. I mean, the message isn't subtle, it acts like a Disney junior show (like Sofia The First), and the beginnings and endings of both of Aurora and Jasmine's stories have Aurora and Jasmine talking to the audience. IT'S MEANT FOR LITTLE GIRLS! I give things like this a pass because I'm not the target audience for this movie and neither is anyone who complains about it. Besides, it's definitely not awful as everyone says or even that bad. It's harmless and again, WE'RE NOT THE TARGET AUDIENCE! When you see the words Disney Princess and the trailers show a cheesy message is in it, don't hold it to such high standards and realize that little girls are meant to be who it's meant for. It's not like Sleeping Beauty or Aladdin where it's meant for people of all ages. Besides, I think it did a decent job of developing Aurora's personality.
Angelica_AW commented…
Agreed. But I actually like the movie. It's adorable. hace más de un año
MalloMar commented…
^ hace más de un año
dimitri_ commented…
I haven't watched it but I agree about noticing the target audience hace más de un año
324anna commented…
^ hace más de un año
hace más de un año JNTA1234 said…
I once saw someone call Tangled "Dreamworky". Huh? It's not. I'd say it's the MOST Disney-esque non-classic DP movie next to The Little Mermaid. It is because it's CGI? Alot of people call PATF the odd one out when it comes to the moderns but I'd say Tangled. Other than the modern slang, it FEELS the most like Disney to me
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KataraLover commented…
I'd say Valiente is the Dreamworksy film of the disney Princess films. I mean 2012 always seemed like the three most popular films (Brave, Wreck-It Ralph, and Rise of The Guardians) were released por the wrong companies. Valiente seemed más like a Dreamworks film, Wreck-It Ralph seemed más like a pixar film, and Rise of The Guardians seemed más like a Walt disney movie. hace más de un año
dimitri_ commented…
Probably with the celebrity voice actors, intentional jokes and modern twist? I'm just guessing though, I don't have much of an opinion on this. hace más de un año
hace más de un año dimitri_ said…
I think Gaston is one of the greatest villains. He's more than meets the eye and I sometimes feel like the only one who loves him.
dimitri_ commented…
it's dirstubing thinking of how he would blackmail Belle if she had accepted his hand in marriage and frankly, sexual assault should not be taken so lightly. how he's viewed as the good guy which puts Belle and Beast rejects of society hace más de un año
MalloMar commented…
He truly is despicable to turn the village against Maurice/Belle. I like him because he's hilarious (I think so, anyway). hace más de un año
mhs1025 commented…
I'm neutral toward Gaston. He's got an AWESOME canto voice, though! hace más de un año
hace más de un año mhs1025 said…
Call me a purist, because I'd like to see the original 6 DP on more merchandise again.
coolsinger198 commented…
I don't really like that because I like the current lineup now, with all 11 girls, más of a diversity ya know. hace más de un año
mhs1025 commented…
^ That IS true. hace más de un año
reflection11 commented…
I'd like to see the original 8 hace más de un año
mhs1025 commented…
^ They HAVE done that. It's very rare, unfortunately. :( hace más de un año
hace más de un año Diazdiaz95 said…
I know that Sven seems to be based on Maximus but I still much prefer him to Maximus. Maximus is like the devil horse, he can be quite annoying and uptight, he is way too dutiful. He goes to such big extremes, it's scary. Sven on the other hand is fun loving and friendly, Kristoff's best friend. He's lovable and cute. I don't hate Maximus but he's my favorite character in Tangled and I actually like Sven, though he isn't my favorite Frozen character. Ooh, here is a big unpopular opinion here on Fanpop, I still like Frozen and I never disliked it although it has never been my favorite. I see its flaws but I don't mind them because the film still entertains me.
JNTA1234 commented…
I tend to forget that Sven's is even there. To be honest. hace más de un año
AudreyFreak commented…
same here. And I amor that he doesn't take up screen time unlike Max, who annoys me to no end. even the dog-behavior is better done with Sven. they just tried too hard to make Max funny and it was too forced. like "OMG LOOK, this horse is a cop and acts like a dog everyone laugh at it!" hace más de un año
UnholyNoise commented…
I rather like caballos -- o other animated animales -- who seem smart but don't talk. I think Altivo from The Road to El Dorado outshines them both, though. hace más de un año
MalloMar commented…
I slightly dislike Maximus, I'm neutral about Sven, but Altivo is a brilliant character. hace más de un año
hace más de un año KataraLover said…
I think Disney fans that complain about the show Once Upon A Time are REALLY overly-sensitive and nitpicky. "OH AURORA'S A BRUNETTE!" or "OH BEAST IS RUMPELSTILTSKIN!" or whatever! It's not meant to be the same! If the stories were exactly the same as the animated movies, why watch the show at all? It's a different interpretation and it bugs me how some Disney fans, especially huge fans of the classics, are basically all like "NOOOOOOO!!!!!! I DON'T WANT CHANGE IN MY DISNEY CHARACTERS! EVERYTHING IN MY UTOPIA NOSTALGIA IS SUPPOSED TO STAY THE SAME!" I mean, I hate that Ariel didn't become a main character but that doesn't stop me from loving it. Plus people complaining that it was supposed to be about something, something. BIG FREAKING DEAL! I'm sorry if I come across as rude but I just had to say this.
dimitri_ commented…
My thoughts exactly. I mean, I never really got into the mostrar but when I hear the complaints, that's what I usually reply with. Like the encuesta about mulan being in amor with Aurora. hace más de un año
324anna commented…
I couldn't agree more. Like tu said, it is supposed to be a DIFFERENT interpretation. hace más de un año
WinterSpirit809 commented…
I sometimes even amor the OUAT interpretation better. I mean the whol reason I don't like the frozen storyline was I was exactly the same which made it really boring hace más de un año
hace más de un año mhs1025 said…
What if they created a princess with mind-control powers? I was laying in bed last night thinking about that and I was like "I need to put this in the confession forum.". Honestly, I think it'd be kinda cool if they did that.
KataraLover commented…
Not really. Because either she'd be flawless and can beat the villain in segundos flat o they'd make it seem like she doesn't even have powers because the villain kicks her culo o she'll seem más like a villain. It would be better to have a villain with mind-control powers than a princess because it would just cause a lot of plot holes and problems in the movie if it was the princess. hace más de un año
scarletunicorn commented…
So, Jean Grey as a princess? That'd be cool. Only the villain would have to have powers as well as her, otherwise the climax would end up being really unfair on one side. hace más de un año
mhs1025 commented…
^ Thanks. hace más de un año
hace más de un año dimitri_ said…
My favorite Princess when I was a kid was Jasmine by far and she remained my fave until I turned 18. I also liked Mulan and Snow White. I was a weird kid I guess because these aren't generally little girls' favorites from what I read and see. Anyone else?
dimitri_ commented…
If Tiana existed, she would probably have been up there because she cooks a lot. hace más de un año
UnholyNoise commented…
I'm so glad PATF came out when I was in college; i don't think i would have appreciated Tiana as a kid. hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
I can see how those might be your favorites. Maybe tu liked Jasmine's spunk, Snow's sweetness and mulan is...Mulan. hace más de un año
hace más de un año KataraLover said…
Elsa is NOT as dutiful as people think she is. Not only does she run away from her problems and never faces them, but she did that before she revealed her powers. "But it's only for today," NO IT'S NOT ELSA! You're the QUEEN, you're going to have to talk to and see people because that's part of your duties as QUEEN! She can't just be crowned at her coronation and just never have to deal with any duties but that's exactly what she thinks she can do. I'm afraid it doesn't work that way and it shows that she's not dutiful.
reflection11 commented…
I never understood that either. hace más de un año
dimitri_ commented…
I don't hear people say Elsa is dutiful hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
Elsa IS dutiful. She's been dutiful for 21 years and Let it Go was the only one time in her life she WASN'T dutiful. That's like saying Rapunzel never stays in her tower when she only left her tower ONCE and stayed there her whole life. hace más de un año
hace más de un año UnholyNoise said…
This is more related to the DP board, but I feel like "feminist" is often used as a four-letter word around here. And it makes feminists like me feel sort of unwelcome.
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Silverrose1991 commented…
A four-letter word? Sorry, I don't got the witty humor here. But I do agree with you. I think many feminists unfairly crificize the princess based solely on merchandising, without having seen the movie in a long time - sometimes they've never seen it. However, just as many of them give fair, constructive crificism and make justified demands. (Sorry if this is messily put together and bellow my usual standart. I'm going to cama now.) hace más de un año
Silverrose1991 commented…
Oh, I think I may have gotten the joke now. Does the word begin with a "S"? hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
I don't have problem with feminists. It's only a few people who throw that word around (me included). I like feminists, I just don't like "faux" feminists who think DPs are toxic to little girls cause that's totally not true. In fact, I think a smart feminist would be ECSTATIC about the DPs when they really look at their personalities, and apparently, you're one of the smart ones otherwise tu wouldn't be on this spot. What REALLY tires me is hearing people outside of fanpop (who CLAIM themselves to be feminist) who yell that only Mulan, Merida and Tiana are worthy and all the other princesses are stupid, weak girls who are worthless. hace más de un año
hace más de un año JNTA1234 said…
Since we're on a feminist kick right now. Why do people think Jasmine is one of the most feminist princesses? I LOVE Jasmine, she's my #2 but I'll be one of the first people to admit she's not one of the strongest princesses from a feminist standpoint. I think I have an idea for an article in near future.

1. She has to rescued by Aladdin, she can't even walk through a market casually without needing his help.
2. She has a habit of humiliating men, and yes it has more to do with status than gender but she makes generalizations and assumptions about her suitors, which kinda goes against one of the things feminism stands for.
3. She makes an independent decision to leave her palace but she doesn't make any progress, she ends up right back to where she was.
4. She TALKS about her rights as a human being but doesn't take much action. Especially considering most of the talking is complaining, not reasoning.
5. She tries to contribute some heroism which is admirable but fails miserably at every turn.
6. And it is ultimately Aladdin that drives the Sultan to get rid off of the marriage law, not years of Jasmine voicing her complaints.

So she uses her voice, very aggressively, but that doesn't cause any affect. She tries to be independent by running away, instead of handling her conflict diplomatically a la Poca or Merida, and ends depending on a man, Aladdin, not only to rescue her from danger several times but to resolve her conflict of forced marriage. Yeah, not that feminist in my opinion, I still love her though.
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MalloMar commented…
Agreed. hace más de un año
dimitri_ commented…
I agree too, she would be a lot higher if she put her money where her mouth is. hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
I don't agree. Feminism isn't one cookie cutter personality. I don't think it should mean tu should shut your mouth while physically saving everyone. jazmín is what most girls would end up being. Not everyone can be a superhero, and that's okay. That doesn't mean her voice and her ideas aren't worthy. She should still speak up her opinions. That's why I think she's very feminist. hace más de un año
hace más de un año Isabellagirl033 said…
Am I the only one here, who doesnt like Maleficent (2014).
The story was sort of lame........I mean Maleficent was originally a badass disney villian and this movie turned her totally into someone else.
Bonus: Elle fanning is very annoying.
 Am I the only one here, who doesnt like Maleficent (2014). The story was sort of lame........I mean
MalloMar commented…
Believe me, you're not the only one. I didn't hate it, but it wasn't my cup of té for numerous reasons. Many users here dislike it. hace más de un año
dimitri_ commented…
Yeah I hear mostly negative things about it on here, I personally liked it. hace más de un año
incisron commented…
I thought ti sucked even before watching Sleeping Beauty. hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
Same here. Malificent was just dreadful. I prefer Maleficent to be "deliciously evil" than to be "complex" and an Elsa rip-off. Elsa is the actual complex one. Yet, I don't understand why everyone whines about her and it's only acceptable for villains to be "complex." She used to be dangerous, strong and badass. Now she's just a wimpy, weak creature. I think getting revenge over a bad ex-boyfriend is even weaker than trying to protect your sister after MANY years of suffering from your powers and isolation since childhood. The original SB was perfect and feminist as it is. Maleficent was just a stupid story. It sounded like the writer just wanted to get revenge on her ex, like Taylor Swiftx10000 hace más de un año
hace más de un año scarletunicorn said…
I've never found the song "You'll be in my heart" from Tarzan to be romantic.
KataraLover commented…
It was never meant to be a romantic song. It was meant to be a family song between Tarzan and Kala. Phil Collins actually wrote it for his daughter, Lily Collins. hace más de un año
Aang_Lite commented…
Wait, people think that it's romantic? I thought it was always supposed to be about a parent/child relationship like KL said. "For one so small, tu seem so strong... I will be there, don't tu cry" Be pretty weird if tu where canto that to your lover... hace más de un año
MalloMar commented…
Yeah, never thought it was supposed to be romantic. Beautiful song. hace más de un año
hace más de un año mhs1025 said…
Am I the only one who DIDN'T see Princess Leia joining the lineup when Disney bought Star Wars?
scarletunicorn commented…
Yeah, it'd never happen. She's live-action, for one, and despite disney trying their best with the CGI princesses, a live action princess would stand out from the line way too much. hace más de un año
MalloMar commented…
^ hace más de un año
disnerdtobe commented…
^I agree. Let's keep them separate please. Overall, I'm not pleased that disney bought Marvel. hace más de un año
hace más de un año dimitri_ said…
I would like to see a DP couple where the girl is older than the the guy. I know that's the case of certain Disney couples e.g. Kida/Milo, Meg/Herc but with K/M, it's only a technical thing and there's no actual proof for M/H.
324anna commented…
I agree, it would be interesting. hace más de un año
hace más de un año KataraLover said…
I think people mistake overrated with not personally caring much for the character or the movie. I mean, I hate the movie Mary Poppins because it bores me, I can't get into the characters, and the songs just come out of nowhere (even for musical standards). However, I think it's a brilliantly well-done movie that deserves all the praise and popularity that it gets, even if it doesn't really do anything for me. I mean, I like the movie Hercules but it is a genuinely flawed and bad movie, but I still enjoy it. I mean, that's not to say there isn't overrated stuff out there, for lack of a better example, FROZEN! It's poorly done and I don't get the appeal other than the songs and animation. I know this confession is kind of confusing but I just had to share this.
JNTA1234 commented…
I think I get what you're saying. I amor Elsa, she's one of my favoritos but I still agree with ALL the criticism towards her. ALL of them. EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. I still amor her though. hace más de un año
AudreyFreak commented…
that, and popular things. o things they simply dislike. in other words, people use words they don't understand (nothing new really, haha). frozen is objectively overrated I think. he had a lot, a LOT, of hype- being compared to classics like TLK and (the objectively well done mainly) BATB, constantly praised for the soundtrack, characters, being so different, etc. but it didn't live up to much if any of that. I've heard people call SB overrated simply because they find it boring. that's fine, but it's nowhere near popular o talked about enough to ever be that. hace más de un año
324anna commented…
Agreed 100%. hace más de un año