Top 10 Dumbest Decisions Made by Disney Characters
Anna has only known Hans for less than a day and already she wants to marry him despite knowing very little about him, Elsa and Kristoff call her out on it and as it turns out they were right and to rub salt on the wounds Hans rubs it in her face.
At least unlike Ariel, she learns her lesson in the end. The whole point of Hans becoming the villain was to show that you can't be too trusting of someone. So Anna was basically taught a lesson.
There's a legitimate reason why Anna would be trusting of the first guy to notice her. Unlike a lot of other Disney princess, she learns from her mistake and knocks Hans' block off.
Pooh enters Rabbits house using the door and after eating all of Rabbits honey instead of going out the door he climbs through Rabbits tunnel and gets stuck, if he just used the door the same way he came in he wouldn't have gotten stuck in the hole in the first place.
Honestly, the funniest choice that Pooh ever faced, but what he didn't notice was his choice was a stupid one.
Hook didn't technically double cross her. He DID honor of the deal, just in a literal way (he planted a bomb in the hideout). At least hook playing his cards right. Tinker Bell technically played herself, since she didn't she only said hook HIMSELF couldn't touch peter. She left out the exploit hook used in the movie, the bomb. But that's just ONE thing hook could have done. Tinker Bell also left out hook's crew. Just feel lucky hook honored the deal at all. Someone like Maleficent sure wouldn't have.
Yeah why did tinker bell hook The path to Peter pans hideout a could of had an adventure
It's like a slap in the face. What he could've done better is to accept Belle falling in love with the Beast and accept the fact that she was telling the truth all along.
No one stabs like Gaston,
No one dabs like Gaston,
No one betrays a beast, and dies like Gaston!
When has lying ever worked well for a character in a Disney movie the answer is almost never, In a foolish attempt to protect Melody she covers up the truth about Atlantica, merpeople, King Triton, and even a about Morgana of course everything horribly backfires for her as Melody runs off to find the truth and ends up meeting with Morgana who dupes her into stealing King Triton's Trident.
Yeah but nobody watched that movie so its all good.
She just wants to protect her daughter.
Scar apparently wanted all of the glory and credit instead of getting the hyenas to team up against Simba, which was his fatal mistake
Ichabod is frantically trying to escape from the Headless Horseman and for no reason stops long enough for the Horseman to throw a flaming pumpkin at his direction and he mysteriously vanishes.
Hey! A stranger offered me an apple! Nothing's suspicious about that, I should take it! I'll eat it too! It's not like it could be poison. You can trust strangers!
Snow White: A creepy old woman who clearly looks evil with a wishing apple, I'm sure there's nothing suspicious about this.
A "wishing apple." Seriously? No one Snow White's age is that naive.
How could he not feel the vines tightening around his neck as he was cutting them, at least Tarzan was kind enough to try and warn him.
But that was an intentional dumb decision, so it ain't all that bad.
It also sends a bad message to little girls that you should be willing to give up everything for a guy you know nothing about not even sure if he will love you back, what would have happened if Eric didn't love her back she pretty much be screwed.
Needs to be higher. This was a dumb decision Ariel made; She ditched her whole family for the sake of wanting to be with some strange man she barely even knows. Not a good moral to teach little girls, honestly.
Aren't there mermen or something in that ocean? Seriously, dumb move Ariel.
He COULD have finished Simba off, but then he HAD to admit the truth, and then Simba realizes it's true and forces him to admit to everyone.
This should be at least 3, cause if he didn't say it, he'd have won.
Ha ha, stupidest decision ever!
All Buddy wanted was to be Mr. Incredible's sidekick but instead he tells him to get lost and that he works alone which result in a string of events, if Mr. Incredible had been nicer to him and just accepted him as his sidekick then Buddy would never have become a villain, he never would have endangered. his family and most of the supers would still be alive.
Yeah...but if this never happened. The wonderful story developed in this movie never would have happened!
"She wanted to pick a fight with the most powerful character in all of fiction"
Marshmallow is no where near the most powerful character in all of fiction. Frankly I'd be surprised if he cracked top 100. Even if he was real he wouldn't be the most powerful character in real life - Unnamed Google User Remade
She should've listened to Kristoff and relaxed...seriously Anna has the fiery heart and spirit, but it does get out of hand.
They could have died!
No, this was a good decision, he helped King when he was hurt rather than just abandon him and care about winning.
How is this a dumb descision? This was amazing as it helped convey the film's message.
Seriously; most of the plot and conflicts that the toys encounter wouldn't even happen if everyone would just listen to Woody.
First off, I think that Ralph might have been a bit mean when their game got first plugged in (y'know, the whole Calhoun backstory thingy) so I think that might have left a bit of a bad taste in the Nicelander's mouths, even after he gained his own personality and all that. Also, the Nicelanders were programmed to fear Ralph, which is also a major point, because Felix is most likely programmed to be brave and not fear him, which is why he's friendly with him. Though, that doesn't excuse them from being mean, even when they know that it's programming. Also, I'm tired of all the hate about "oh noes Felix is a jerk to Ralph he's worse then gene kill him with fire" like, did Felix ever do anything bad? Just watch the movie again and just watch him at the party scene, like when he quickly convinces the Nicelanders that he's okay after Ralph accidentally kills him, or when even after Ralph smashes the cake, Felix merely looks sympathetic for him. Just don't lay all the blame on him. Please.
Seriously, a game that's uninspired and overly violent with a name to match is a child's DREAM HOME?
At least Pinocchio actually suffered CONSEQUENCES for doing so (albeit to a much lesser extent than all the other kids that decided to go there), unlike Vanellope whose decision was presented as a GOOD thing.
Really? I mean, I get why some people hate Wreck-it-Ralph 2, but there is no way that Vanellope's decision is worse than THIS.
Merida: Mom, I just made this cake ( or whatever is is ) for you.
Merida's mom: Oh really.
Merida's mom : Ok. I'm gonna take a bite out of it.
( She took on bite, passes out, and turns her mom into a bear.)
Merida: MOM! Are you ok? Why did I trust that evil witch? WHY? NOW THAT'S A DUMB DESISION.
How could sh hurt her own sister?!
Moana could have listened to her dad and would have not gotten hurt the first time she went beyond the reef.The grandma was also right because it was OK to break the law only to save your village.so that WAS a good choice to save her endangered town.