For the most part, Disney villains tend to be unequivically evil. Scar in The Lion King kills his brother to claim Pride Rock. Ursula steals Ariel's voice and sends her to land for no other reason than making King Tritan miserable in The Little Mermaid. There's nothing redeemable about either. There are, however, some Disney baddies that might actually have a decent point to make. Is Chef Skinner in Ratatouille wrong for trying to report a rat in his own kitchen? Do we really think Captain Hook is pure evil for seeking revenge on the forever-boy who left him with one hand? Even with Beauty and the Beast's Gaston-- easily one of the most unlikeable characters in Disney history-- we can ask this question: Is it a bad thing to want to rescue a young woman who has been taken prisoner by a monstrous loner?
If you're a fan of Disney, check out this list of villains who might not be as evil as we think. Don't forget to vote up your favorites!
- 16,570 VOTES
Chef Skinner Doesn't Want A Rat In The Kitchen And A Chef With No Experience Or Talent To Take Over
- 25,185 VOTES
Captain Gantu Just Wants To Return A Destructive Alien To His Home Planet
- 34,247 VOTES
Hades Has A Terrible Job He Didn't Ask For And Is Banished To The Underworld While The Other Gods Party On Mount Olympus
- 44,404 VOTES
Yzma Didn’t Want An Egocentric Teenager Who Throws People Out Of Windows Ruling The Kingdom
- 53,809 VOTES
Captain Hook Lost His Hand To Peter Pan
- 64,802 VOTES
Shere Khan Doesn't Want A Young Boy Living Alone In The Jungle