As a young lad growing up I have come to experience watching many Disney movies throughout my early and late childhood. Some of finest animated movies ever came from Walt Disney and way back when in the late 30's with Snow White and then in the 40's Pinocchio, Bambi, Dumbo etc and til this day. However something has made many of the movies stand out and that's it's menacing villains, in every form, shape, size or appearance. We've seen it all but in your opinion who really stands out above the rest of them.
My favourite has to be Scar from The Lion King simply because of his obvious, menacing looking appearance and an attitude that I find fits his character perfectly, Ions definately made Scar a Disney icon. Its no contest really and since it was released in the mid 90's, it was the sort of film I grew up with and still love and cherise til this day. Scar had what makes a true villain great, aswell as a catchy song, So whose your favourite and why?
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Frolo from The Hunchback of Notre Dame. That movie was very insightful for a Disney movie, as well as involving a curse word.
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Originally Posted by Anime_Queen, about Power Shot
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I have to say Zira from The Lion King II: Simba's Pride. I thought she was pretty neat. She was pretty convincing when she sent Kovu to kill Simba, but then...my favorite part of the movie happens. Kovu rescues Kiara from a fire and falls in love with her, changing his mind. Kiara falls in love too, and their romance blossoms. Then Zira tries to ruin everything with a battle against Simba, Nalla, and the Pridelanders. It's a good thing Kiara and Kovu go to try and stop the fight. Kiara and Kovu have always been one of my favorite Disney couples. :3
I also like the song Zira sings about Kovu when he's just a cub. "One day when you're big and strong...you will be a king!" Yeah, that music was neat.
I thought all the characters in the movie where cool. Simba, Nalla, Kiara, Kovu, Timon, Pumbaa, Nuka, Kovu's sister (I forget her name), Zira, Rafiki, and Zazu. New or old, they were all great. ^^
EDIT: Also, for those of you who don't know who Zira is and haven't seen the second Lion King movie, this is her:
Zira is in the center of the image and Nuka is behind her. Kovu's sister (also Nuka's sister) is probably one of the two other lionesses in the pic.
This is a really hard choice, since I have to choose from my four favorite Disney movies (in no specific order): Aladdin, Hercules, Lion King, and Tarzan. With every good hero, there needs to be a villain to match his (or her...but in this case, his) strengths.
In the end, I'd have to choose Hercules' Hades (my choice was a little biased since I like James Woods) because he was so easy and great to hate. Though the storyline of Disney's Hercules is way off from the Greek Myth (if you're interested, PM me about it), you have to love the love story and heroic fights in the film. Hades? His temper is what gets to him (however, I forgot exactly why he wanted Herc to become human. To get back at his brother Zeus?).
The only thing I don't like about Hades is this: He sends his minions to do his dirty work, he doesn't do anything himself. Aladdin fought toe to toe with Jafar's magic, Simba fought claw to claw against his uncle and hyenas, and Tarzan ultimately became "king of his jungle" by killing the predator that killed his parents and the man who wanted to separate himself from his love (Jane).
PS: I like the Lion King, however, I don't like how obvious things are. Lion King #1 was based off of Shakespeare's Hamlet, and #2 was based off of Romeo & Juliet. If you've read those two novels, you'll deffinentally see the simularities (PM me about that if you're interested).
You've just got to laugh at Gaston's crazy song, and his weird toady guy. I also like how he winds up with a pig on his head in the mud. He's just a total laughingstock!
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