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Okay we've officially finished the countdown so as promised here's the article featuring the results! This article will not only show the results, each scene will include my thoughts, the thoughts of the participants, and there will be comparisons to the last time I did this countdown!

Here we go!

10. Merida crying and saying sorry to her mom
Original placement: none (it wasn't in the last countdown)
I've had mixed comments about this scene. There were people who said they thought this scene was sad because Merida thought she lost her mom forever but then other people said that Merida should have done this a long time ago. While I do agree that Merida should have apologized a long time ago, I honestly cry when Merida is hugging her bear mom and saying that she's sorry and how her mother had always been there for her. I feel like this scene could have been used at least in the middle of the movie instead of near the end.

9. Ariel crying after King Triton destroyed her collection
Original placement: 13
I've had people say that this scene wasn't sad because "it was just stuff" but here's the thing, to Ariel it wasn't just stuff. This was a collection she had been building for who knows how long and her father just flat out destroyed it. If this was something that happened in real life I doubt there would be anyone just shrugging it off. I'm glad this scene was able to make it to the top ten compared to the last time.

8. Cinderella crying because her mother's dress gets ripped up
Original placement: 4
The whole scene, starting from Tremaine getting the stepsisters to tear up the dress, to Cinderella crying in her garden and losing hope just felt like one big rollercoaster of emotions. There's suspicioun when Tremaine says "I never go back on my word", to nervous realization when Tremaine is pointing out Cinderella's wearing Drizella's beads, shock as the sisters tear the dress apart while Cinderella is begging them to stop, and then sadness when Cinderella is standing there, as she looks at her shredded dress. What makes this so much more sad is-
1. Not only did her friends work so hard on getting the dress ready for her while she worked 2. She was so happy when her friends surprised her with it
3. the dress belonged to her deceased mother.
I feel like this scene could have been higher up on the list

7. "I see nothing!"
Original placement: 14
This one had mixed comments as well; there were people who said the scene didn't last long enough to be sad, that it was just her feeling sorry for herself, etc. It's pretty clear early on in the movie that her family members don't have too much faith in her when she had to meet the matchmaker; Fa Zhou practically begged the ancestors to help Mulan impress the matchmaker, Fa Li said she should have prayed to the ancestors for luck, and Grandma got a lucky cricket. Obviously Mulan's family love her very much but if your family was like this about you wouldn't you have self doubt? Mulan even sang a song about how she had to be someone she wasn't so she wouldn't break her family's heart. I'm glad this scene was ranked higher on this list

6. The King and Queen's scene before releasing the lanterns.
Original placement: 7
I've had people say the scene was too short and that we didn't know too much about these characters. What always got me about this scene was you didn't even need to hear the King or Queen say anything to feel sad, you could see it on their faces how much they missed their baby and how worried they were about her. And you have the Queen looking sad but almost looking like she was trying to assure her husband that there was some hope. Nothing could ever compare to the pain of losing a child, especially if that child was missing for so long and there's no sure way of knowing if that child will be found.

5. The village, the rest of the army, and Shang's father dead
Original placement: None (wasn't in the countdown last time)
Once again, mixed comments. There were people who said it was sad because not only a whole village died but also because Shang lost his father, someone Shang had idolized and clearly loved very much, and then I had comments where it was more shocking than sad. I'd have to say I agree with both! I remember when I was watching this for the first time I was 5 or 6 and I was so surprised that I was seeing the remains of an army and seeing a burned out village with no survivors (in a Disney movie no less!) but then I was so sad to see that Shang's father had died as well. I didn't put this scene in last time because I wasn't so sure if anyone was going to find it sad but then after watching it again before starting this countdown I knew I just had to put it in this countdown

4. The dwarfs crying because of Snow White's death
Original placement: 3
In this countdown and the last one would have a few votes throughout the countdown about how it was hard to be sad when it was obvious she was going to come back. However, this is one of those death scenes that will tug at your heartstrings even if we all knew there were going to be a happy ending. This scene was a good length, the organ music playing was sad, and the way the characters were animated when they cried was done so well. I don't know why, but when Grumpy starts crying I just lose it.

3. Ariel crying at the pier
Original placement: 5
I remember the last time I did this countdown I had this comment where it was Ariel's own fault and that's why it wasn't sad. This time it was the opposite, I had comments about how sad it was that she was losing her freedom. Those of you who've seen my comments or favorite princess list would know that Ariel isn't exactly my favorite princess and that I question her choice in just selling her soul for a guy she barely knew. However I did feel really sad for Ariel when she was not only losing a guy she loved, she was going to lose her freedom, never see her family and friends again, and live forever as an ugly plant in Ursula's cave. If that doesn't make you sad I don't know what to tell you

2. Beast's death
Original placement: 1
This was a really well done death scene, I can't think of any death scene that tops this one (besides number 1 on the lsit) Even though we all knew Beast was going to be okay here's why this scene was so sad:
1. The music, my goodness, the music was done so well with this scene
2. "At least I got to see you one last time"
3. That's really Paige O'Hara crying. She was so commited to the role that she made herself cry so intensly that the directors had to ask if she was okay
4. The way Belle was animated as she cried and pleaded him not to die was perfect enough to bring some tears to the viewers' eyes. Like the way she covered her mouth in shock and shook her head.
5. And then we see the last petal falling and the servants are sad because not only is their master dead, they're trapped as enchanted objects forever.

1. Eugene's death
Original placement: 2
I'm going to be honest; I didn't think this scene was going to last long in either countdown. I mean the first words in the movie were literally "This is the story of how I died" so we all knew it was going to be okay. I remember 18 year old me was watching this the first time and thinking "Wow, thanks for the spoiler..." but then when the actual death scene came up...I was still crying. I've even read some Rapunzel stories when I was a kid and I still wasn't expecting Rapunzel to be able to heal Eugene with her tears. But all of that aside, here's some reasons why people found this scene so sad.
1. Rapunzel wanting so badly to heal Eugene that she's promising to give up her freedom (she never, ever breaks a promise, remember?)
2. Eugene begging Rapunzel not to heal him because he doesn't want her to live the rest of her life locked up
3. And then there's the sacrifice Eugene made. Eugene, a man who at the beginning of the movie left behind two partners to be arrested without a second thought, tried to manipulate Rapunzel's love for Gothel to go back to the tower, and was going to use the thugs at the Snuggly Duckling to scare Rapunzel enough to make her want to go back to her tower, cut off all of Rapunzel's hair without hesitation or a second thought because while knowing he was going to die without it he knew at least she'd be free.
4. Rapunzel tearfully singing the healing song even though she probably knew it wouldn't work
5. "You were my new dream" "And you were mine"
6. And finally, Rapunzel soflty singing the song one last time after he's gone while a tear falls from her face

I hope you guys had fun with this countdown and I hope you all like the results! :)
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Hi everyone, I have decided to write about what I like and didn't like about both versions of Cinderella. If you guys disagree with me, I don't mind. In the bold bracket, is the one I like.

The Prologue

In the 1950 version, we only saw Cinderella and her father with their pets. Unfortunately, he only gets a few minutes of screen-time and there were no interaction between the two because I felt that the whole prologue was just rush. We don't know how close the bond is between Cinderella and her dad.
In the 2015 version, for the first time we got to see her mother as well and Ella, including...
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Here's the 2nd part of my favorite Disney Princess Christmas/Winter Outfits from promotional images, this part covers placements 20-1
If you haven't read part 1 of this click link to read it

20.

Oh, this is such a beautiful outfit, the details at the bottom of the dress are so cute and the cape has a lovely color that matches well with the dress, but like number 29 I have a problem with the sleeves, they're a little too long, though nowhere near as crazy looking as those in number 29

19.

Another beautiful outfit, I really love the color and all the sparkles aswell as the details on the...
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Recently, I posted a question asking fans to list five personality traits most desirable in a Disney princess. My traits poll, which was going to be the foundation of this article, was based on TheMusicalMolls' list of traits; the first response. I didn't bother to check my question again for other responses, but when I returned to my question after I posted the poll, I was surprised to see that more fans had bothered to answer my question. At that point, it was only a handful of people, and since I found their lists highly similar to TheMusicalMolls', I let it be. I hope I didn't...
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Here's my quick ranking on original DP films in part 1 of this article series. Part 2 will follow with all the sequels, prequels and shorts. Hope you'll enjoy it!

12. Princess and the frog:
I found the script to be very lazily written, with no wow moments to remember and no surprising twists. The movie crawled at deathly slow pace, making me skip scenes in between. The animation was pretty average with nothing memorable except a few scenes in bayou and death of Dr. Facilier. I found the sett ups to be unflattering and lacked the Disney magic feel to it. The best set-up from the entire movie was...
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Does this look like the face of someone who doesn't care?
Does this look like the face of someone who doesn't care?
Well,this is the first time I've ever done something like this before.
If you remember my "Elsa isn't selfish,just flawed"article that I've written 7 months ago,ever since then I've seen more criticisms against Elsa claiming that she's selfish.And this time,they're even worse,so I decided to make a continuation of that article,a sort of "Sequel Article" (sorry if that sounded stupid).
Firstly,just like before,this is just MY opinion,this isn't the word of God and I'll use all the evidence and logical thinking to "build my case",but I just want to defend a character that means a lot to me....
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I have always been intrigued with crossovers among Disney princess couples. Although, honestly, most of these couples are for imagination and fictional enjoyment only as I tend to find more and more similarities between them than the original couples. I prefer original couple but sometimes i imagine different pairings as well.
Hope people won't find it awkward or weird to see these pairings and would enjoy it as interesting read. Having said that, I'd love to hear your opinions of why any of these pairing is completely off and who would you rather pair them with?

1. Snow – Charming



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