Top 10 Most Badass Female Disney CharactersIt’s Valentine’s Day! A pointless holiday in which people buy flowers, cards, and stuffed animals to show their love for someone. Even though they can, and should, do that any day of the year. Must be nice having a girlfriend. I wouldn’t know. I’ve spent most of my life admiring how awesome some female characters in Disney movies are. The ones that aren’t like other girls. So I made a list of the most badass female Disney characters.
If you think Ariel is better than Mulan, hand over your Disney fan club membership card so I can rip it to shreds. Mulan is the kind of character that all girls should aspire to be like! She proves to people that being a girl isn't just about being pretty. They can be pretty and tough at the same time. Mulan proves this by saving all of China. She does the right thing. She goes into war in her dad's place so he won't get hurt and so the country will be saved. She doesn't do anything selfish. She struggles at first but then she shows everyone what she is capable of. She is very tough. An absolute inspiration. And yet, people prefer Ariel just because she's pretty and is a good singer. Literally the only reason I've heard from people who like her. Mulan is those things as well, but she also does what she knows is right. Family comes first. Mulan inspires people to bring honor to your family and Ariel inspires people to ditch your family and explore a different world for your own selfish ...more
No question. She's not just a badass female warrior who saves China but she also inspires people to do what's right even if other people tell you it's wrong.
Well who else would've saved China if it weren't for Mulan?!
She is awesome, cool and badass! Plus she is my favorite!
Let's face it. Everyone only watched this show because of how hot Kim is. After it was announced that it's getting a live action movie, I've been binge watching the entire series since it's been years since I've watched it. I forgot how great it was. The best part about it would have to be the main character herself. Kim Possible. She is so hot! Not only that, but she is just an overall cool character. Whenever she goes on a mission, she always knows what to do in certain situations. Because she can do anything. The villains that she faces don't stand a chance against her. Despite being an agent, she also has to deal with real life situations. Like school. She's basically a female version of Spider-Man. Except she doesn't keep her identity a secret. The fact that she's able to do this shows how amazing she is. This honestly makes me nervous for the live action movie. Plus, it will be a Disney Channel Original Movie. That just makes things worse.
Teen black widow?
This one goes without saying. Despite never really getting a chance to be put in the spotlight, Black Widow always manages to show how strong, brave, and dangerous she can be. This Scarlett Johansson's best character. She portrays her very well. Whenever Natasha is involved in a fight sequence, she always does an excellent job at fighting off the bad guys. This is why I think there needs to be a Black Widow movie. I'm surprised she hasn't gotten one yet. People say she's not an interesting enough character, but that's because we haven't gotten to know her enough. I'm sure that if she gets her own movie, it will be great. I even heard that Marvel is actually thinking about doing it and even hired a writer. Unfortunately, it's the writer of Olaf's Frozen Adventure. Well you can forget about that movie being good.
Charlotte from Lost in Translation & Samantha from Her are Scarlett's best characters in my opinion, but Black Widow rocks too.
Can't wait for her movie & Jac might of been the writer behind Olaf's Frozen Adventure, but she's got Scar Jo to help her out.
I have a little crush on her...she's so cool!
On Twitter a couple of days ago, the Incredibles composer Michael Giacchino posted a little video of the music for Incredibles 2 being recorded. That got me even more hyped. I'm so excited for the sequel. Especially since we get to see more Helen Parr aka Mrs. Incredible aka Elastigirl. If you saw the first Incredibles movie, you saw how amazing she was. One of my favorite scenes in the movie is when she knocks out all of those guards. That was the moment when I fell in love with the character. It's amazing how she's still able to do stuff like that despite having been a retired superhero for 15 years. She's able to fight crime and she still takes good care of her family. Bob is a lucky guy. From what I've heard, the sequel will focus more on Elastigirl. That will be very interesting to see.
When people talk about awesome Disney villains, Maleficent is the one who's brought up the most. She's definitely the definition of evil. She does really mean things when she doesn't get her way. She even went as far as putting a curse on Aurora. The best part about her is that she can turn into a dragon. Doesn't get any better than that. What happened to villains like this? We don't get villains as awesome as her anymore? Now it's all about surprising people with some kind of plot twist in which a character we thought was a good guy turns out to be the bad guy. I'm really tired of that trope. It even bothered me in Coco. I really want to see another great villain like Maleficent.
Hands down the most badass female villain. And arguably the most badass Disney villain. She can literally turn herself into a dragon! We need more villains like her instead of this whole good guy turns bad plot twist
Only 9 more months until I see Wicked! I'm so excited! Speaking of Broadway musicals, Frozen is a now a Broadway musical and I will definitely be seeing that when it starts touring. Anyway, Elsa is a girl with ice powers. Doesn't get anymore badass than that. With her ice powers, she can do a lot of awesome things. She can even create living things. She created Olaf as well as Marshmallow the snow monster. When the guards go after Elsa, she uses her powers to defend herself. This is my favorite scene in the movie. Elsa is indeed a great character. People seem to hate on her for no reason.
Thank you for putting her on here.
Brave gets a lot more hate than it deserves. It's a pretty decent Pixar film. Merida is honestly a great and heroic character. She can do a lot of things. She is a master at archery, she can ride a horse, and she is a great sword fighter. What's not to love about her? I'm sure that she has taught herself some of these things. That's pretty impressive. She even stands up for herself when she doesn't agree with her mother on getting with a guy she doesn't know. This isn't the last time we'll be seeing Merida. We shall be seeing her again in November.
She is a archery master but what I think makes her badass is how she is kind of rebellious.
Esmeralda is awesome, she stands up for people when no one else does, she is clever, a great dancer, and I love it when she spits in Frollo's face
I almost forgot to put her on this list. Rey is quite possibly the best thing to come from the Disney Star Wars films. Especially because Daisy Ridley is hot. In both the Force Awakens and the Last Jedi, she is shown to be very strong with the Force. She's also great with a lightsaber, she can fly ships, and she was even able to defeat Kylo Ren. Somehow. Yeah. A lot of people call her a Mary Sue because of all these things. To be fair, Luke also managed to do things in the original trilogy without much training. I thought for sure that in the Last Jedi they would explain how Rey is able to use the Force so well, but they didn't. Because Rian Johnson decided to ruin the things that Abrams set up. Hopefully Episode 9 will fix some of these problems. The Last Jedi has flaws, but it's really dumb how some people hate it for not living up to their fan theories. And some of the legit reasons they point out, like Leia using the Force in space, can be explained. People treat these movies as ...more
She's often accused of being a Mary Sue. However she can do a lot of things for having almost no training
Savage, kills everything
If you think about it, Rapunzel is kind of a Mary Sue. She's spent 16 years of her life being trapped inside her tower. Then when she finally leaves the tower, she learns things pretty quickly. How did she learn to swim? This also bothers me in the series. Eugene has been out in the real world longer than Rapunzel has and yet she's able to do certain things better than he can. Still, she's pretty awesome. She is a master at using her hair. She's unstoppable with her best weapon. The frying pan. She's more skilled with a frying pan than Princess Peach is. She's basically a much better character than Peach. At least she doesn't always act as the damsel in distress. She actually acts as the hero quite a lot. The season 1 finale of Tangled the Series pretty much proves it. I can't wait for season 2.
Remember when Auli'I Cravalho got hit in the head during her performance of How Far I'll Go at the Oscars? Good times. Moana is pretty much every Disney princess put into one character. However, the thing that makes her different from every other Disney princess is the fact that she has no love interest. She doesn't need a man to save her. Moana pretty much does most of the work in this movie. While Maui helps out a little. Keep in mind that Moana is a normal teenage girl whereas Maui is a thousand year old demigod. What's even more impressive is that she's never been off the island before. She's a very inspiring character. And a very awesome one. I also like how aggressive she can be at times.
She is THE princess of the galaxy and has been through every tough situation the galaxy has to offer and she did it all while maintaining her signature hair style.
I love Vitani! She's awesome. She needs more love and she 100 times better then Kiara!
Although a bit more traditional than the others on here, she chose doing what was right over obeying her father and his unjust rules, and I admire that. I see where Triton is coming from, in wanting to protect her from humans, but his fear is born of bigotry, and Ariel saw his prejudice against humanity and rejected it from the very start. That's bada**, and she didn't give up her voice to Ursula because she was mooning over Eric. Ursula took advantage of her because she was at her weakest, she already felt alone and like an outcast, and Triton refused to accept her at first, until Ariel fell into the clutches of the sea witch. Ursula lied she changed and pointed out she should listen to her over Triton because he refused to accept her and destroyed her collection, a part of her, and having no one else to turn to, feeling like she had nothing to lose due to metaphorically having no voice under the sea to begin with, sad and vulnerable, she signed away her voice. None of us make good ...more