posted by JNTA1234
The most feminine princess in the bunch but that really isn't saying much. Aurora is one of the meer attractive, Barbie-esque, princesses which again isn't saying much, but the lijst meer of less based on personality and Aurora just doesn't cut it. Granted she didn't have much time for us to get to know her, the movie was mostly focused on the fairies. Let's just admit it Aurora really is just another pretty face, she's totally hot but that's about it.
I always found Belle to be kind of bland. Don't get me wrong, I prefer brunettes over blondes, especially brainy brunettes but I just don't see anything that special about Belle. She's too run of the mill for my taste, especailly when she was in an era where none of the other princesses were average looking. Just because a film is oscar worthy doesn't mean all the characters are. The other princesses are just far meer interesting and appealling.
Rapunzel is the most overrated princess in my opinion. Well her movie was overrated at least. I really didn't find Tangled to be that great, the story was nice but it's the characters I care about most when I watch a movie. I can't really connect with Rapunzel the way I did with the other princesses. Perhaps in a few years, I'll learn to appreciate her. But at least she has a personality, naive.
Every princess from here on, I don't dislike any about them. I just like one abit meer than the other. Pocahontas is door far, in my opinion, the best singer among the Disney Princesses. And has the best song, Colors of the Wind. She's definately the most model-esque princess with beautiful unique features. Although like I zei this isn't really a beauty contest, it's based on personality. Pocahontas is strongwilled, caring and passionate plus I like her whole connection with wildlife.
Arguably the most iconic Disney Princess, Snow White is one who started it all. People say she, and her movie, is boring but I don't see it. I loved her movie and I love her voice, very unique. Some people find her constantly upbeat attitude annoying, but I admire it. It takes strength to pull yourself together that quickly after surviving an assasination attempt. Never thought I'd use the word strength when talking about Snow White, weird.
One of the two Disney Princesses that I grew up with, I watched her series all the time as a kid. The most adventurous and rebellious princess. It was nice to see a princess being a troublemaker rather than being all sunshine and flowers all the time. Ariel wanted to explore the world and places she's never been before, I can definitely relate to that. Though, I wish she wanted to be human just for that reason and not for a guy she just met.
The most populair princess in the franchise, Cinderella has definately earned one of the top, boven five spots on my list. She's sweet but not too sweet and she's sassy but not too sassy. She pretty much has every quality u want in a princess. Cinderella's smart, patient, has good humour and isn't overbearingly girly. She remains optimistic in a depressing situation, but not to the point where it seems it doesn't affect her. I can see why Cinderella was made the ster of DP.
As u can see I prefer the ethnic princesses, no one in my top, boven three is white. The best thing about Tiana is her dippled smile and her charm. She's the most realistic princess and probably the best role model for girls. Tiana is a hard working young woman who is determined, confident and isn't into the whole fairytale thing. Her most prominent quality wasn't innocence but dilegence. She displayed a maturity that the other princesses just didn't have.
The other Disney Princess that I grew up with, jasmijn is the sexiest among the princesses. She always had a sultry and seductive appeal that I really like. Her exotic beauty and sassy attitude was a very refreshing change of pace. I'm wondering if a Disney Princess is allowed to be this alluring. Sure, jasmijn can come off abit spoiled and bitchy but that made her meer real. She had flaws like everyone else, nobody's perfect.
Kind of ironic that Mulan is my number one princess considering she's not really a princess. Her movie is one of my favoriete of the Disney Princess movies. The fact that romance wasn't her primary focus is what got me interested. Mulan is the toughest princess of them all. While the others were playing damsel in distress of falling in love, Mulan was too busy rescuing China. So what if Mulan isn't really a princess, she's valiant, strong, brave, heroic and I like her.