disney princesas Princess Movie Countdown, ROUND NINE: Select the movie with the best message/moral

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A Bela e a Fera
Frozen - Uma Aventura Congelante - Uma Aventura Congelante
Princess and the Frog
Little Mermaid
a bela adormecida
Snow White
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Shiki_Otherside picked mulan:
Put others before yourselves. Have faith in yourself. Brains over brawn. Everyones good at something. Girls can do what men can do.
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dclairmont picked a bela adormecida:
The moral of Sleeping Beauty is that good things will happen to you if you do good things. Aurora sacrifices love for duty, and ends up getting both in the end.
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Benito_felipe picked Frozen - Uma Aventura Congelante - Uma Aventura Congelante:
@shiki_otherside. Mulan would have been my second choice! But I love the message of sisterly love in Frozen, that's just me though
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Give1Take2 picked Princess and the Frog:
I love Princess and the Frog's message. In fact, it has a lot of great messages.

"Don't take the easy way out." "Work hard for your dreams." "Don't discount stars or magic though. Sometimes it can be just the push you need." "Focus on what you need, not what you want." "A life without love, joy or fun is an empty one." "Too much work can be just as bad as too much play."

Also: "Don't focus so much on the details of your dream that you forget why you wanted it in the first place." (Tiana focuses so much on just getting the restaurant that she forgets it was supposed to bring loved ones together, and she rejected love and family in pursuit of it. Charlotte focused so much on just becoming a princess that she forgot why she wanted to be one in the first place: to have the kind of love Tiana finds with Naveen.)

All in all, it's a great movie with many layers and lessons, all valid and important.
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Pikatogeon16 picked A Bela e a Fera:
Honestly they're all a little off:

Snow White- A man is the only thing that matters

Cinderella-sit and wait for things to happen to you (because it TOTALLY helped Anne Frank)

Sleeping Beauty- Token chick!

The Little Mermaid- Sell your voice for a lady part and a man you never met

Beauty and the Beast- he's mopey and emo but I can change him

Aladdin- Love a man who lies to you!

Pocahontas- Take a steaming dump on a genocide

Mulan- War is full of wonderfully hilarious characters and antics

Princess and the Frog- Work hard, and get an Alligator to scare your way into getting what you want

Tangled- (pretty much same as Cinderella)


Frozen- Fall in love with a man you met that day- OBSURED!


oh yea
they be bumpin uglys tonite

But Belle is the least insulting from a feminist standpoint.
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AudreyFreak picked cinderela:
^I'm guessing you haven't seen many Disney movies since not a single one of those happened in the movies. Well, except Brave, but that isn't the point of the movie.

Funny you mention feminism (which is actually NOT the most important thing for a woman to be, believe it or not), because a lot of feminists criticize Belle for loving her so called "abuser". And you know, for what you said about Cindy waiting, Belle doesn't do anything, either. The rest of that is so insulting to intelligence it doesn't deserve a proper response.

this or PATF. Cinderella is about hope and the underdog not sinking to their abusers' level. PATP tells you not to lose sight of what matters most (love, family). I feel this is especially important in our day because we live in a very work-obsessed, money-obsessed, success-obsessed society that is greedy and values paychecks over family.
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CRaZy_rawR picked Pocahontas:
So many though!
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Pikatogeon16 picked A Bela e a Fera:
I know, I was kidding
I was just stating Feministic viewpoints on these movies, yes of course they're exaggerated.

Beauty and the Beast for example
A. she only comes around to him when the beast stops being a dick
B. When he lets her go she leaves

Probably wouldn't have come back if it weren't for impending doom.

I agree with your point on Cinderella as well, however, as an adult, I can see why some people may be unhappy with these movies, but with that said, I feel like they're exaggerating, taking it way to seriously.

When was the last time a little girl after watching TLM decided:
I'm going to abandon my family so I can meet Justin Bieber.

They're animated movies, they need to calm they're tater tots.

But Merida is the hardest to argue against, I'll say that.

And even if they're right, who cares, they're great movies.

Aladdin is inexplicably racist but I still love the hell out of it.

Point being: I understand your point and I knew that from the very beginning.

I was just making a joke XD
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