Nostalgia Critic: Top 11 Disney Villains

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  1. Very good list and very good arguments as to why they’re on this list. Although Frollo was Catholic, not Christian.

    Well, here’s my list:

    #11: Queen of Hearts (Alice in Wonderland)

    #10: Sykes (Oliver & Company)

    #9: Governor Ratcliffe (Pocahontas)

    #8: Captain Hook (Peter Pan)

    #7: Ratigan (The Great Mouse Detective)

    #6: Scar (The Lion King)

    #5: McLeach (The Rescuers Down Under)

    #4: Gaston (Beauty and the Beast)

    #3: Ursula (The Little Mermaid)

    #2: Frollo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

    #1: Hades (Hercules)

  2. Cos im evil is a great song
    #11.She if funny crazy but i would kill her
    #10.He is cool
    #9.He is cool but i didn’t liked that he was kinda weak
    #8.Awesome
    #7.He is funny
    #6.Ugly bitch
    #5.I hate him
    #4.He is an ass. He is like everyone who follows God
    #3.She is nothing
    #2.Very lovely and fun
    #1.Cool god is not that strong

    • Every one who follows God is willing to burn down an entire city in a mad fit of lust and rage? Imprison the disabled? What kind of bizarro world are you living in?

  3. Interesting little note: Disney originally pursued Patrick Stewart for the voice of Jafar, but Stewart had schedule conflicts due to his work on “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” Stewart would later admit that he regretted not taking the role.

    Oh, and regarding Kaa: I absolutely *hate* what Disney did to the character in their adaptation of the Jungle Book. Kaa in the film is a border-line pedophiliac villain whose also a bit of a wuss. In the original book, Kaa was actually one of Mowgli’s allies, helping save him from the Bander-log (the monkeys) and serving as an advisor in during the crisis with a pack of “red dogs.” Kaa was also a serious bad ass, despite his advanced age, who made everyone around him nervous – even Shere Khan (who was *very* different personality wise from the Disney version – not to mention lame).

  4. Nice pick for the number one athough it feels like the evil Sorceress-Queen from Snow White is missing.
    Asking for somebody’s hart was shoking.

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