Argumentative Essay On Disney

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For so many years, Disney have managed to produce some of the best animated versions of the world’s classic fairytales, with their own major twists of course. One of those amazing twists that they did is how they actually made the villains more cruel and evil, and you love to hate them, don’t we all? Every story must have a phenomenal villain, or else the story wouldn’t be as good, Disney did a fantastic job making their fairytale heroes and princesses remarkable, but what they did to the villains are just too brilliant not to acknowledge, that is why in this article, we will pay tribute to some of Disney’s best villains of all time. “Listen well all of you! The princess shall indeed grow in grace and beauty, beloved by all who know her,…show more content…
One disadvantage of this is the fact that when people think of step-mothers, they would immediately think of how evil they could be just like Lady Tremaine. One of the worst things she did is that she basically took advantage of Cinderella’s kindness and made her a house helper at her very own house after her father’s death. For years, Cinderella suffered from her step-mother’s cruelness. Award-winning actress, Cate Blanchett portrayed the role of Lady Tremaine in the live-action remake of the classic tale. URSULA Finally, who would ever forget about Ursula? Her name alone speaks evil. She is one of the wisest villains there is, she basically makes deals like Rumplestiltskin. She did manage to help Ariel reach her dreams of being close to the prince and at the same time giving her legs, however, her being wise didn’t of course let Ariel have her happily ever after that easy. She even managed to trick King Triton himself, making him think it would save Ariel. Those kinds of mind tricks she plays with people are just too vicious. “My dear, sweet child, that’s what I do, it’s what I live for, to help poor unfortunate merfolk like yourself, poor sounds with no one else to turn to. I admit that in the past I have been nasty, they weren’t kidding when they called me, well a witch.” –
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