Top 10 Most Common Disney Movie Clichésegnomac Many Disney movies has featured many over used cliches.
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I wish they stop doing that, no one wants to cry over a sad movie. - CatLeena14
Perhaps the oldest and over used cliche dating back to when Walt Disney's mother died resulting in almost every Disney movie having one or no parents or parents dying in the movie. - egnomac
The exception is Hercules. His parents are gods so they can't die and therefore don't die and is alive the entire movie
Oh lord I wish they give it a break for while, its good to sing, but not every single time. - CatLeena14
It wouldn't be a Disney movie without characters breaking out into song for no reason. - egnomac
With a few exceptions...
I have to point out that Snow White had a quite realistic body. However, her head was almost twice as big as would be proportional to the rest of her. There are some extreme cases such as Jasmine and Megara, but this has become less of a issue. It is not really the main problem when it comes to Disney.
Do you know how skinny Meg's waist is?
How? Their bodies seem realistic to me. My one is even similar to Rapunzel's. - GlassweighanCountess
So many characters in Disney movies are too trusting when it comes to strangers which why they end up in the trouble that they get into, for example Snow White biting into the poison apple from the Queen disguised as the old woman dispite warnings by The Dwarfs against strangers, Pinnochio trusting Honest John not once but twice, Tarzan foolishly trusting Clayton and getting his ape family captured. - egnomac
When Anna fell in love in Frozen, she knew true love was something at first sight. But then Elsa pointed out by telling her she can't marry someone she just met. Elsa is more wiser than Anna.
Have you seen Mortal Kombat? there death is a lot worst then Disney. - CatLeena14
Disney really loves killing off their villians in the most horrific and violent ways possible. - egnomac
Yeah life don't live Happily Ever After, if it did, we would all be noting but happy mary and not live in a hard life. - CatLeena14
A Lot of female mostly princess characters end up having to be saved by a guy for example: Ariel in The Little Mermain, Princess Aurora in Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Cinderella only on a few occasions do the girls save the men. - egnomac
Disney's Hercules is based on Greek mythology
They do this to make it family friendly. A lot of stuff in the original source material are really inappropriate for kids.
For example in Disney’s Hercules, Hera is his mom. In actual Greek mythology, she is his worst enemy. She wasn’t even his mom! She would try to kill him in every way possible and turn him into a mentally ill guy. If the actual myth was in the movie, it would scare kids.
Am Girly girl what wrong with that. - CatLeena14
Except for Mulan
I’m fine with Vanellope being a Disney princess in the new Ralph Breaks the Internet film, although she was annoying and whinny in the first film, but she’s okay from the trailers
Disney went too far with this category when Timon tries to sing Be Our Guest in the Lion King remake.
For example, Hercules and Scar from the Lion King
Also, in the Hercules episode "Return of Typhon", Hermes said "Cloud 33" which is a reference to Disneyland's private club "Club 33"
Ariel doesn't really learn anything, she just sorta wants to get something and she gets it.
Will that's in every movie and real life, what does the top tens want us to do about that. - CatLeena14
The parents are usually king and queens
Disney made Captain Marvel a Disney Princess what and Elsa is the queen of SJWS
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