She's barely given enough screen time, like seriously Maleficent, Prince Philip, the two kings and even the 3 fairies have more screen time than she does and she suppose to be the star of the movie. - egnomac
I would call her overrated - Sugarcubecorner
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She’s the most underrated female out of all the others in this whole list
Kanga - Winnie The Pooh
The Spring Sprite - Fantasia 2000
Kiara - The Lion King 2 Simba’s Pride