It really bothers me how Roxanne doesn't make an appearance in the sequel, not even a mention UGH let's never take into account Disney sequels. Anyway, I can't pinpoint down the reasons as to why I love Roxanne. I just love her personality I guess; she's kind, forgiving and understanding.
This placement may have to do with my bias for feisty and spunky heroines but I remember the times when I needed to watch Anastasia everyday to get through life so it feels right having her here lol. The movie just has something special about it so the main protagonist is somewhat a part of me now. I also love how Anya doubts herself trying to find her family and where she belongs, ''life is full of choices but no one ever mentions fear''.
Even though Esmeralda has it rough, she still thinks about the ones less fortunate than her. I think the world revolves around me at times, asking for wealth and glory to shine on my name. So I admire her so much for praying for the outcasts and for standing up for Quasimodo, she's an outspoken badass.
''It's fish! If I give Pudge tuna, I'd be an abomination!'' ''I'm sorry I bit you... and pulled your hair... and punched you in the face...'' Lilo is the most eccentric kid you will ever see in a Disney movie, she idolizes Elvis and takes pictures of obese people, just lol. She drives her older sister insane but you can tell they really do love each other.
Princess Sissi was based off the real Sissi, who was the Empress of Austria and the Queen of Hungary. She was noble, sweet and romantic, just like her relationship with Franz. Simply watching her makes me happy and the TV show was hands down one of my favorite series when I was younger.
5. Jessica Rabbit
There is way more to Jessica Rabbit than her 2 assets. For instance, she has all the men wrapped around her little finger but she doesn't choose the guy that has the fanciest car nor the best looking guy around. Her husband is a rabbit and she loves him because he makes her laugh. I love that she isn't superficial at all and I also never had a problem with her being oversexualized. After all, '''We are all born sexual creatures,thank God, but it's a pity so many people despise and crush this natural gift.'' - Marilyn Monroe
People praise Nani for being unconventionally beautiful from head to toe and that's not something to ignore, she's one of the best beauty role models and she's an excellent role model on her own as well. Shitstorms always seem to swirl around no matter how hard she tries to make things right. Her attitude throughout all this chaos is admirable, I love the scene where she got fired and didn't end up putting the blame on Lilo.
3. Violet Parr
I'm really psyched about The Incredibles sequel and I wish Violet to be the main focus of the film since she is by far my favorite character. She is the perfect depiction of an awkward girl going through teenagehood *shivers*. She has low self esteem and was uncapable of approaching her crush. You could see how much she has grown throughout the movie and how much more confident she has gotten, keeping her hair out of her face.
2. Spring Sprite
The Spring Sprite is easily one, if not, the most gorgeous Disney heroine. Aside from her outer beauty, I love that she is a part of the spirits of nature, that allows the animators to work their magic. She is very artistic creating many beautiful things, bringing spring every year. When everything was destroyed and all hope was lost, she learned how to find the strength to renew the forest, giving life to it again.
1. Sailor Moon
While called a moron by many, I love how flawed Serena is; she is a crybaby who fails tests and who continuously daydreams about romance, but she still has far more reedeeming qualities that cannot be shed. Even she underestimates herself, but she always ends up surprising herself (and others) defeating the bad guys from the Negaverse. I also love her relationship with Darien, all the teasing and destined for one another thing is perfect. She would do anything for her knight in shining Tuxedo and all of her beloved friends. She fights with the power of friendship and becomes more aware as the series go on. I love seeing her improve but still remain the goofball that she is. Oh and she's just adorably hilarious, possibly my funniest animated heroine.