10 Animated Movie Heroes Who Are Awful Role Models For Kids


As a general rule, animated movies are usually made specifically with children in mind and they are, therefore, obviously more than suitable for them to watch. The protagonists - or heroes - in said movies are, therefore, usually nice people who most parents would be happy for their kids to use as role models - but that's not always the case. In fact, some of them are absolutely terrible role models for children. In this video, we'll run you through ten animated movie heroes who are exactly that. Those heroes are; Po the titular panda from the Kung Fu Panda series of movies, Peter Pan from 1953's Peter Pan (and various other movies and sources), Tramp from 1955's Lady and the Tramp and its 2001 sequel, Elsa from the incredibly popular 2013 movie Frozen, the titular Ariel from 1989's The Little Mermaid, Hank Pym AKA Giant Man from the direct-to-DVD Ultimate Avengers animated movie, Stephen Strange AKA Doctor Strange from the direct-to-DVD Doctor Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme animated movie, Merida from 2012's Brave, the titular Aladdin from the 1992 movie of the same name, and Prince Adam AKA the Beast from 1991's Beauty and the Beast. Do you agree with our choices? Or would you be happy to see your child copying the behaviour of some of these characters? Let us know your thoughts by leaving a comment in the relevant section below the video - and remember to join the notification squad to be notified of great videos just like this one in the future!