Guilty, I'll say. I was a user who baffled Ariel with hate. I could see many flaws with her because a lot of people were pointing them out, but now I see she's just underrated. True, I still think Merida has a much better personality Von comparison, but Ariel is gaining so much hate, it's starting to make me want to come to her defense.
Ariel is pretty guilty to my calculations, she was forbidden to go out to surface and showed up to her konzert while everyone depended on her. Ariel did wrong things, but she does have some good points. When Triton turned into that thingy
near the end of the movie when Ariel didn't KISS Eric in three days, Ariel spit out "Oh I'm sorry Daddy! I didn't know!" I think she really meant she was sorry but at the same point she had defense because she was tricked. Ursula never sagte anything about any of her family getting hurt, and I'm sure she has enough affection to her dad, even if she thought her dad couldn't see how she saw things.So to Ariel's defense, she was tricked Von Ursula.
Ariel loves her dad very much, proof from telling him she loved him while she and Eric wed. At the beginning she felt like no one could see how she felt about human things. I'm pretty much on Ariel's side now,
I can really understand how she feels, and a lot of other praised Filme have the same position as Ariel. She doesn't think humans are bad, she wants to get to know them. Like us, let's put it into a stupid drama sequence: Du know how some people at school who are in the beliebt group have that clique, well let's say there's a mean girl who appears to think she's better than everyone else and never let's her clique talk to anyone 'below their level.' Then there is someone who reaches out to them and doesn't listen to the mean girl oder whatever.
Pretty stupid story, we've all heard that before. But anyways, Triton is the mean girl (auyyeeeeee Du go triton) and Ariel is that person who talks to the 'lower level' people.
But of corse Triton has a waaaay better reason not to talk to humans, his wife died from them.
Once again I believe she has done some wrong things but some Du aren't looking deeper into Ariel's side of the story. I doubt that none of us has not acted the like the way she did at least once in a lifetime. Her problem is understandable, therefore so is Triton's. This hate she receives riles me similar to my reaction to Merida. Just because they aren't ever making horrid mistakes doesn't mean they do it because they want to be mean, they are normal and act before they think, which is an average trait to have. Bottom line, Mission: Impossible theme song
. Ariel has her own side of the story. DUH NUH - the end