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But I have to say I hate Cinderella story with a passion, makes me want to vomit.
Ariel wanted to be a human before she even met Eric. Remember the whole searching through the sunken ship for all the human stuff and going to skuttle to find out more about the human stuff.
I have a young daughter and have seen everyone one of these movies and disagree with the editors assessment of the princesses. $10 says who ever made this is fat and ugly.
Yes I`m a girl.
I realize that the creators of this image were exaggerating for dramatic effect, but Beauty and the Beast really is too much of a stretch.
oh and what was up with the lion king? i mean his father died in front of him.. and it was a childrens movie?
+1 As long as a girl looks good and all she wants is money then they will have no problem finding someone to become a trophy wife for.
Ariel was also pretty good as she was curious and open-minded. She was an explorer, pursuing the unknown. I will admit that the ending sort of broke the moral because daddy came in and made everything all better, but up until that point, she was a good character. I empathized with her because of that curiosity and urge to learn. And because we`re both redheads who love to sing. :P
Jasmine was also pretty independent. Yes, she became the damsel in distress, but she didn`t give in to despair and act like a spineless little girl. She was resilient and chose a man outside of her own social class because she loved him.
Yeahhh made for kids my ass. That`s gruesome. o_O;
I connected with her because she was a bookworm, like I was, had brown hair, and spoke french, and had brown hair (but I have green eyes...why arent there any green-eyes princesses? )
valid point, but is not like mulan is the one that little girls idolize. Just think about halloween, what was the ration of Cinderella costumes to Mulan Costumes?
Cinderella was not only a hard worker who also stayed positive no matter what her abusers put her through, but also had the determination to make sure that the truth always came out, despite those around her trying to keep her silent.
Snow White learned how to remain positive in the face of adversity. She was abused but never let it break her, and shone through with her inner strength.
Aurora, due to her circumstances, learned to be self sufficient and a friend of the earth, rather than a spoiled princess who had everything looked after for her.
Jasmine was opinionated and independent, making sure that the "laws" were changed because they were no longer relevant. She CHOSE who she wanted to marry, rather than go by traditional requirements.
Ariel put away her father`s prejudices, and convinced him to do the same, while never letting go of her dreams and the determination to realise them.
Oh, and in the original Sleeping Beauty, her father raped her to wake her up.
JUST KIDDING! (before you go flame war on me!)
She saves the beast by kissing him. "True love`s kiss" to be precise.