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Fans Are Sharing The Unpopular Disney Opinions That Just Might Need A Spoonful Of Sugar To Get Down

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Disney fans are sharing their unpopular opinions about their favorite (and not-so-favorite) animated movies, live action remakes, and original features from the Mouse House, and honestly, you might need a spoonful of sugar to get a few of them down. Vote up the most outrageous opinions you happen to agree with.

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  • 1

    Lilo And Nani Are A Better Sister Duo Than Elsa And Anna


    Unpopular but not wrong?
  • 2

    'Tangled' > 'Frozen'

    From Redditor u/twixxsticks:

    Frozen IS better than Tangled, if only by a little...

    Frozen 2 is terrible.

    From Redditor u/tantasticHamburguesa:

    Tangled is x100000 times BETTER than Frozen!

    Sure, "Let It Go" is an amazing song. I'll give them that! And Olaf was cute and a funny character. But other than that, Tangled had everything better IMO.

    Better setting. Better songs (yea, minus "Let it Go") but the pub song and the song they sing on the boat are amazing, among others.

    Better chemistry between characters, better animal sidekicks (Maximus!) better villains (I admit, I did like the twist in Frozen though!), and Flynn Ryder is in Tangled.

    It actually made me tear up when Blondie and Eugene were on the boat together with the lanterns. Beautiful scene, song, and beautiful ending. Also, VERY freakin' funny. I laughed my hat off.


    Unpopular but not wrong?

    Unpopular but not wrong?
  • 4

    Disney's Live-Action Remakes Are A Waste Of Time  

    Photo: The Jungle Book / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

    From Redditor u/Robot_B9:

    I haven't been a fan of the live-action remakes. The best one was Jungle Book and even that was about a 5/10. They all seem to suffer compared to the originals.


    Unpopular but not wrong?