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Opinion by 99148770 posted 9 days ago
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This is the list of from the hottest to the ugliest Male Disney Villains.

*1. Prince Hans (Frozen, 2013) - Because He is Good-Looking, Charming and Sophisticated Male Villain from Frozen.
*2. Dr. Facilier (The Princess and The Frog, 2009)
*3. Captain James Hook (Peter Pan, 1953)
*4. Hades (Hercules, 1997)
*5. Jafar (Aladdin, 1992)
*6. Judge Claude Frollo (The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, 1996)
*7. Gaston LeGume (Beauty and The Beast, 1991)
*8. Shan-Yu (Mulan, 1998)
*9. Clayton (Tarzan, 1999)
*10. King Candy/Turbo (Wreck-It Ralph, 2012)
*11. Stromboli (Pinocchio, 1940)
*12. Alameda Slim (Home On The Range, 2004)
*13. Governor John Ratcliffe (Pocahontas, 1995) - Because He is a Greedy, Racist Jerk to the Native Americans.
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Opinion by 99148770 posted 9 days ago
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The is the list of from the Hottest to the Ugliest Female Disney Villains

*1. Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty, 1959) - Because She is Beautiful and Good-Looking Villainess of Disney Animated Canon.
*2. Mother Gothel (Tangled, 2010)
*3. The Evil Queen Grimhilde (Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, 1937)
*4. Ursula (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
*5. Lady Tremaine (Cinderella, 1950)
*6. Yzma (The Emperor's New Groove, 2000)
*7. Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians, 1961)
*8. Madame Medusa (The Rescuers, 1977)
*9. Madam Mim (The Sword In The Stone, 1963)
*10. The Queen Of Hearts (Alice In Wonderland, 1951) - Because She is Ugly, Pompous, Bad-Tempered Old Tyrant.
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Guide by deedragongirl posted 17 days ago
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Quasimodo
Hi guys, since I had compare the Phantom of the Opera with Beauty and the Beast earlier on. Here is my comparison on other Disney classic, the Hunchback of Notre Dame. Are you ready?

The Phantom of the Opera

Okay, as you know that that both stories are also set in France. It deals with 2 physically deformed title characters, however unlike Quasimodo, the Phantom (Erik in the original novel) is actually a madman and his obsessive love for Christine who seeks refuge at the Opera House in Paris.
Speaking of poor Erik, he was a combo of Frollo and Quasimodo until the end when Erik felt remorse. Despite that his love for Christine Daae!

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The story is the centre a love square between Esmeralda, Quasimodo, Pheobus and Frollo. So, you will definitely be surprise by this after seeing and read both stories!
As mentioned previously, Frollo reminds me a lot of Erik due to their lust and being labelled as a madman. The latter did have some sympathies because he lacks love because of deformity, like Quasimodo due to the fact that they are hermits.
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Review by 99148770 posted 1 month ago
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This is the part 2 of Disney Vs Disney, But this time is Alice In Wonderland Vs Peter Pan.

*Best Protagonist: Alice (Alice In Wonderland), Because She is more Kind-Hearted, Polite and Mature than Peter Pan.

*Best Antagonist: Captain James Hook (Peter Pan), Because He is Hilarious, Suave, Charismatic and He has a very Good Reason to get revenge on this Arch-Nemesis than The Queen Of Hearts.

*Best Location: Neverland (Peter Pan), Because it is a beautiful Tropical Island, and it is better than the crazy Cloudcuckooland called Wonderland.

*Best Song: The Unbirthday Song (Alice In Wonderland)

*Best Story: Peter Pan
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Review by 99148770 posted 1 month ago
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This is my first Disney vs Disney Review of Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs Vs Sleeping Beauty.

*Best Heroine: Snow White (Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs), Because Snow White is less bland than Princess Aurora.

*Best Villainess: Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty), Because She is better at combat than The Evil Queen Grimhilde.

*Best Sidekicks: Flora, Fauna and Merryweather (Sleeping Beauty)

*Best Song: Someday My Prince Will Come (Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs)

*Best Story: Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs
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Opinion by Renegade1765 posted 1 month ago
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Even Disney can't please everyone.
Well,I bet that title got your attention!
Let me make something perfectly clear here.I love Disney! I really do,it's a big part of my childhood,and I'm pretty sure it was a big part for everybody's childhood.It's probably the greatest animation company in the world,but it's not perfect.
Like most companies,Disney has its fair-share of things about it that piss me off,on a lot of levels.These things can range from baffling decisions that don't make sense,cancelling great games,movies and shows,or creating things like movies or series that were failures,or anything that make you ask the question: "What were the people at Disney thinking!!!"
Now,just because Disney has its fair-share of problems,doesn't mean that the company is corrupt or incompetent (So to speak.), it just means it's made mistakes,which is not uncommon.
I chose to make a Top 10 list,because there are plenty of stupid decisions that Disney has made over the decades.
Let's get some rules out of the way first:
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 2 months ago
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Hello there you guys!
Hi guys, what I'm going to write are 2 highest grossing movies that took the world by the storm and they are The Lion King and Frozen. Are you ready?

The Lion King

I started watching this movie for the first time in 1994 on video tape, one of my first impressions at that time was that movie really tell us a message about forgetting the past and move on, like how Les Miserables was being told.
When I first learn more about the movie later on, I came to realise that the movie itself is base on Shakespeare's Hamlet: Prince of Denmark. So is it's sequel, The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride, on which the latter is base on Romeo & Juliet with a happy ending this time.
The songs, are very memorable and my favourite are definitely 'Can You Feel the Love Tonight?' and 'Hakuna Matata'. I also love the introduction when they sang 'The Circle of Life', it is also a great introduction to African Tribal music.
Finally, I was very happy that the movie, like Beauty and the Beast, it was turn into a popular Broadway Musical. I hope to watch it soon as I had seen TV ads about it and it is very breathtaking.
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Opinion by Angelica_AW posted 2 months ago
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I've been debating this article for a while now and after reading some things on this, I finally decided to get this typed out and posted. And I know a lot of you are tired of Frozen, but I really need to get this out, so bear with me. :)

As you can tell from the title I love Anna and Kirstoff as a couple. But that's only half of it. The other half is I really, really hate the ElsaxKristoff and AnnaxHans pairings. And I'm gonna explain why.

First, let's start with Elsa and Kristoff. Part of the reason this pairing turns me off is because so many people say they should be together because she has ice powers and he loves ice. And I'm sitting here going, "Aaaaand...??" I mean, I like books, does that mean I should be with someone that also likes books, even if we have nothing else in common??

But Elsa and Kristoff do have a couple other things in common; they're love for Anna and their personalities. I have nothing to say about the first one, but the second one is where my eyes really start to twitch. Yes, their personalities are similar, and that's the problem! Instead of helping each other to grow and learn from each other, they would...
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Fan fiction by Coffeeuser posted 2 months ago
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Mowgli and Baloo were going for a walk through the jungle, when Mowgli suddenly jumped on the bear's back, wanting to play. "Hey, let's fight!" exclaimed the boy.

"Fight?" Baloo reached around and tried to pull Mowgli off his back. "But kid, remember last time I tried to teach ya how to fight? Didn't turn out so good."

"It ended great!" Mowgli said, giggling. "After all, I won didn't I?"

Baloo grabbed hold of the boy's arms and swung him to the ground. "And I bet I could win again too!" added Mowgli, as he playfully beat his scrawny fists on Baloo's soft belly.

"Ha! I've knocked yer roof in before and I could do it again!"

"Can we have a rematch, Baloo? Can we, uh?"

Baloo chuckled. "You betcha!"

Then the bear and the man-cub took their positions. They took a few steps away from each other, sneering and keeping their eyes locked. Within a few seconds, the pair was dancing circles around each other, holding their fists high and ready.
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List by SentinelPrime89 posted 2 months ago
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This is my personal opinion, mind you. And also, this is just a list. No words describing why I like them because that would only take too much time.

12. Pocahontas



11. Aladdin



10. Dinosaur



9. Tarzan



8. The Lion King



7. Lady And The Tramp



6. Oliver & Company



5. The Fox And The Hound



4. Mulan



3. Zootopia



2. 101 Dalmatians




1. Treasure Planet




Honorable Mentions
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 3 months ago
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Now, I've been seeing so many people fighting over who is better and more important in Frozen. I've heard many people say "Elsa taught more lessons" or "Anna is the main heroine and should have more attention" and argue over which one is better.

I used to be one of them. I used to love everything about Anna and everything about Elsa, but watching the movie more, I liked Elsa a tiny bit more.

The more I watched the movie, the more I see that everything I hate about Elsa is what makes Anna, and everything I love about Anna builds Elsa. I realize that these opposites I used to dislike and love made each character more alike, and each of them learned life lessons from each other because of this.

Now I relate to both equally, I relate to Anna's feeling unloved and loneliness and Elsa's quiet and shyness. Anna and Elsa are literally the two sides of me. The side that wants to be around people and the side that doesn't.

But here's the thing, their opposites are cause so many rumors in the sequel, especially since it was announced that Anna will have powers in the sequel (it's love by the way. Her power is love). They have been...
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 3 months ago
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I am planning on hosting a Fanpop Disney Award Show. No, it won't be staged, yes, it may not mean anything, but I think it would be a fun thing to do. But it will only work if I can get as many people involved as possible.

I will post a question that will be labeled "Disney Awards Noineess". The question description will have this list of awards:


Strongest Female Lead
Strongest Male Lead
Best Older Sibling
Best Younger Sibling
Best Heroine Dress
Best Classic Era Character
Best Renissance Era Character
Best Modern Era Character
Best Character Theme song
Most Malicious Villain
Favorite Female Villain
Favorite Male Villain
Best Human Sidekick
Best Non Human Sidekick
Cutest Child (Including Adult characters as children)
Best Hand drawn Movie
Best CGi Movie
Best Pixar Movie
Best Canon Couple
Best Non Canon couple(only one person in the couple has to be Disney)
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Review by deltabannermen posted 4 months ago
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A Disney Tale: A young princess narrowly avoids death on the command of her evil stepmother. She shacks up with a group of mining dwarves but the stepmother finds her and puts her to sleep with a poisoned apple. The dwarves put her inside a glass coffin until a prince comes and kisses her, releasing her from the spell to live happily ever after.

Disney Heroine: Snow White is the first Disney princess, but having viewed this around the same time as Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty (my daughter is going through a Disney Princess phase) I would argue that those princesses are what we think of when we talk about Disney Princesses. Cinderella and Aurora are twee and feminine, but Snow takes it to the extreme. She is far too twee for my tastes, talking to the animals, cleaning and cooking for the dwarves and fawning over the first man she sets eyes on. I'm also not sure how old she is supposed to be. Apparently she is supposed to be 14 which is an increase from the original fairy tale where she is around 7, an age deemed too young for the story's plot. Quite why 14 is a more acceptable age for a young girl to go off with the first man she meets (and hardly exchanges two...
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Opinion by Renegade1765 posted 6 months ago
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This is the continuation of my updated version of my favorite Disney movies.
If you haven't read the first part of my article I recommend you read that one first,but if you have read it,congratulations! Welcome to My Favorite Disney Movies (Updated Version) (Part 2).

5.Fantasia (1940).
(Originally Number 6)
Riding high with the success of Snow White and Pinocchio,it's interesting that Disney decided to do something 100% different for their third film.Fantasia doesn't have a narrative story.Heck it doesn't have any dialog apart from the host,it's just an experiment of taking classical music and combining it with great Disney animation.It's not one story,it's several stories,and half the time,they're not really stories.The opening is just a collection of abstract imagery that goes along with the music,like what you're mind might be thinking when hearing it the first time.And to be honest,I freaking LOVE it because of that.I'm a huge sucker for orchestral music and the idea of combining it with great Disney animation is a fantastic concept and they do it wonderfully.
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Opinion by Renegade1765 posted 6 months ago
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Alright,as you may all know back in December of 2014 I wrote an article about "My Top 10 Favorite Disney Movies" in which I listed off the 10 animated movies made by Disney that I liked the most.
Ever since then,opinions have changed and there are things that I haven't said in that article,so I'm making this article as an updated version of it like I did with my "Getting to Know Renegade1765 (Updated Version)" article.
Plus,because March 4th is near and that will be the premiere of the new Disney animated movie "Zootopia" (which does look like a really nice and fun movie) I decided to make this article as countdown of my favorite movies so you guys can know what I love before welcoming "Zootopia" in the Disney family.
Some rules first:
First,I will only include Disney ANIMATED movies which were made by Disney (meaning from Snow-White to Big Hero 6) which means no Pixar movies,no Live-Action movies and no animated movies distributed by Disney like The Nightmare Before Christmas.
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Opinion by lililc posted 6 months ago
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Disney is so anti-meminist,all its male characters are somehow needed for a female or another male to help them,none of them are self-empowered.

-Hercules is considered to be a great hero,but for me is a faux action guy,he gave up his strength (the best thing he had) for a girl, and then had to be saved by said woman. And later he was about to die for Meg. Why is he so depended of a female?

-Quasimodo,he lacked of Spine,he needed a female to stand for himself instead of facing Frollo, how pathetic!

-Eric had to be saved at the beggining of his movie,Flynn Ryder almost died for a girl!, and Naveen was nothing but a mister in distress his whole movie.Pinnocio needed the blue fairy for everything
Jim Hawkings´s movie is supposed to be about his friendship with John Silver another men) but they both get orders from a woman.
Hell,Dumbo was so dependent of his mother,Is he a baby or something?

Just once,i want a meminist movie that teach boys that "they don't need a women to save them"
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Opinion by snowflakerose posted 6 months ago
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Moving on from Sandy Cheeks, I've got something more cool and fun to talk about. I'm sorting Disney characters into Hogwarts houses. I'm starting with the Sensational Six. That includes Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, and Pluto.

First of all, there's Mickey Mouse. I've put him in Gryffindor for he is adventurous, brave, and heroic. He is the lead figure as well. Gryffindors are said to be cool and popular.



Then there's Minnie. I sorted her into Hufflepuff for her sweet, fun personality.



Next, there's Donald Duck. I put him in Slytherin for he is cranky.



Then I've made Daisy a Ravenclaw for she is caring and witty.



I could easily see Goofy as a Hufflepuff for his goofy, silly, fun-loving personality.


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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 6 months ago
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Now, just by reading the title, you're probably thinking "great, another Elsa hate article", but trust me it's nothing like that.

I thought Elsa was a great deuteragonist, despite how much her fans ruin her for me, but I think it would still be amazing if Disney had kept their original idea and made her a villain. She just has so much potential! She has good motives, she could send a good message about redemption and I think she would be one of the most developed and unique villain Disney could ever make.







I think Anna and Elsa's relationship would be much more realistic if Elsa had been the villain. Chances are, if Elsa was the villain Anna would probably be afraid of her, like everyone else. This would create a more tense plot! And Anna's roll in the movie could be to help Elsa redeem herself. I think this would have made room for the song "Life is Too Short", (which is a great song by the way, it's on the Frozen soundtrack and you can buy it on iTunes).
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Opinion by Renegade1765 posted 7 months ago
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Oh music! What would we be without you?
Well,it's been a while since I wrote an article.
You have to forgive me but there was the holidays as well as my personal life so I wasn't really in the mood for writing articles.But now I'm back so let's start.
If you read my previous articles then you might have seen that I'm a huge fan of music.I can't live without it.Disney,throughout the decades,has produced some timeless songs,but in instrumental and vocal form.They’re meant to tell us the thoughts of a character and progress the story in musical form.
Everyone has they're favorites,and here are mine.
But first,some ground rules.
First,this is all opinion based so you all feel free to agree or disagree with me,but I will respect your opinions.
Second,I decided to chose only 5 because I,while Disney has produced many great songs,I decided to chose 5 because I didn't want this to be an hour long,and there are only a few songs from Disney that I enjoy listening to.
Third,I'm only gong to include songs from Disney animated movies.The ones from Snow White to Big Hero 6.So you won't be seeing any songs from Marry Poppins here.
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 7 months ago
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Anyway, thank you all that participated in this countdown, it sure is nice to see how you rank my favorite characters! Anyway here we go!



10. Olaf (Also ten on my list)

In last please is the cute, adorable, huggable snowman from Frozen. It is obvious that he is not as "popular" on Fanpop as some of the other characters on this list, so I wasn't really expecting him to get really far. I only hope Olaf fans aren't to upset about this.







9. Sadness ( Four on my list)

This, cute adorable emotion from Inside Out, makes her way to 9th place. While most people find her "annoying" and a problem, she did a lot for me. I can see why most people don't like her, but I think she taught a valuable lesson- it's okay to be sad. Sometimes being sad is good for us. While I wish people would see her for that, everyone is entitled to their opinion and I will respect that.
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 7 months ago
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I also posted this on the Frozen fanclub.

I never really liked this ship, which is why I've happily ignored it for months, and successfully have done so until recently. I've seen several fans rumoring how Jelsa "has" to happen in Frozen 2. They even started a FUCKING PETITION to put Jack Frost from Rise of the Guardians in Frozen 2.

I am fine with crossover shipping with Disney and Dreamworks, I even ship Elsa with Hiccup in How to Train Your Dragon. It's true I have many issues with this ship, but I don't care if you ship Jelsa.

But just because a ship becomes popular, does not mean it will happen.

I could see a Disney character playing a cameo in other Disney movies, as it has happened many times before. But Jack Frost isn't even Disney and fans want him to have a HUGE role in the upcoming movie.




I'm sorry, I know this has been said before, but the fact they are two different companies already makes it unlikely. But Disney and Dreamworks? I'm sorry, dream all you want but Disney and Dreamworks wil never team up. Ever. Period.
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Opinion by KataraLover posted 8 months ago
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This is an old idea that I had a few years ago but never got to, until now. Disney Channel, a place that gave many celebrities their first breakout role that would lead to many other opportunities. Some end up being successful adults, some become train wrecks, and some fade away from fame and are barely remembered (despite that they're still in the business). However, if Disney Channel and Hollywood in general, have taught us anything, it's that you don't need talent to be famous, in some cases you don't even have to be attractive or talented in order to be famous. I think anyone can sing if they practice enough, in fact, it's even been proven by many scientist, since apparently scientists care about people's ability to sing. The problem is the technique they use that makes them sound bad and is bad for their voice. Selena Gomez and Bella Thorne were originally horrible singers but they kept practicing and taking voice lessons until they finally were able to sound good, which they do now, but not great. So I'm here to talk about my top 10 best and worst Disney Channel singers. I will provide links to the singers singing, although with the worst list you'll likely wish that I...
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 9 months ago
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Wow. I can already see the hate brewing and I'm so sorry but she just annoys me.

Just hear me out:

The first time I watched Frozen I had no problem with her. I didn't necessarily like her but I didn't dislike her either. I was completely neutral to her.

I am going to flat out say it. Elsa is overrated.

I'm not hating on anyone for liking her, but I would like her oh so much more if the fandom didn't constantly tear down other Frozen characters and DP's and anything related to Disney, just to make Elsa look better. And what if you don't like Elsa? The fans get so frustrated and start going on a rage about how you're wrong.

And I'm sick of when I say she's overrated, fans say "you're just hating on people for liking a character! Shame on you!"

No, I could care less if you like this character, but I think she's overrated because of the way fans build up her popularity. Because truth be told, I would like her too if fans wouldn't try to shove her down our throats.
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 9 months ago
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Disney has had several eras of movies, the most current era being the revival era. The revival era started with Bolt(I think) and the most current movie is Big Hero 6. But the revival era is still going, upcoming movies include, Moana and Zootopia.

I did polls, counting down Fanpop's favorite movies and you are about to read the results. I may do an updated version of this

7. Frozen








See, a year ago, I would have died of shock, but not at this point, really. Now, Disney fans have a love-hate relationship with the movie, Frozen so this could've gone either way depending on if more haters voted than lovers. More haters voted, sadly for Frozen so it was the first eliminated.

6. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh








Honestly, considering I hardly ever hear about this particular Pooh move, I expected it to be one of the first eliminated. This is really the only revival era movie I have not seen, so it's really hard to see the hate behind this...
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 9 months ago
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So I recently did a countdown and it was originally planned to be the main characters. But of course, I forgot Callaghan the main villain of the film. So instead I did main NON VILLAIN characters.

There was a total of seven rounds and I will be aiming up each one down below.

Warning: Although I did vote in these polls I myself didn't create the order of the countdown.


7. Wasabi







Now, nobody who voted for Wasabi actually commented, but luckily I did a least favorite character poll before this countdown so I will reference that. Based on the previous poll, I think the main reason people voted for Wasabi was because they found him kind of lame compared to the other characters. They claim that compared to the other characters, he plays a non-essential roll to the team. I guess this is kind of understandable, even if I disagree with him being eliminated first.
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