The Ranking of The Best Disney Princess Movies

11
Sleeping Beauty
No offense to princess Aurora, but she's pretty much asleep the whole movie.
10
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Snow White is more interesting than Aurora, mainly because of her friendship with the Dwarfs, but we think "true love's kiss" is outdated.
9
Cinderella
A classic that we truly enjoyed as children, but as adults find less nostalgic and extremely sexist. Why can't Cinderella rescue herself?
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8
Frozen
Frozen changed the game for Disney, focusing on the love of two siblings saving the day, something most children (and adults) can relate to.
7
Brave
Merida doesn't need a man and her message of self love came before Anna and Elsa did, which is why she deserves more praise.
6
Beauty and the Beast
This ones a true classic, with a touch of Stockholm Syndrome that we're all going to ignore and sing "Be Our Guest" instead.
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5
The Little Mermaid
Though Ariel is ready to give up her life and her voice for a man, we have to admire her desire to see more than just what her father allows her. Plus, we really want to be mermaids too.
4
The Princess and the Frog
This is the most underrated Disney princess film there is. Tiana is a hard-working normal girl with hopes and dreams.
3
Pocahontas
In Disney's eyes she's a princess, and by our standards, she is as well. Pocahontas didn't just give us hair envy, she made us believe in doing the right thing.
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2
Tangled
Rapunzel is another princess who wasn't searching for love, but instead looking for the bigger picture in her life.
1
Mulan
Any girl willing to die for her father and save her country deserves to be #1, no questions asked.

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