1. Mulan, the mass murderer

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Look, I know Mulan is a soldier. She's in the middle of a war, and people die in wars. That's just how it goes. When she blows up Shan Yu in a clear homage to True Lies, it's only the nature of the beast. The Hun knew to expect some casualties when they come charging towards Mulan and crew. But they weren't expecting Mulan to cause an avalanche...

...on a mountainside that happens to include hundreds, maybe thousands of soldiers...

That right there is probably the biggest on-screen deathtoll of any Disney movie in history. And while all but like three Huns are convienently erased by the avalanche, those deaths aren't instantaneous. Sure, some of the enemy soldiers are probably killed right away when they meet the wall of snow rushing down the slope at breackneck speeds -- but the rest of them will be buried alive. With the snowpack preventing movement and blocking off the air supply, anyone still living under the snowdrift will be imprisoned in an icy hell for around 20 minutes before they suffocate. This isn't to mention all the horses the Hun were riding, innocent animals who will die alone, panicked and confused. There's no indication that the hero who just condemened hundreds to an awful fate has any remorse, or say, still hears their muffled moans beneath the snowdrift at night.

So yeah, Mulan's a soldier. But that doesn't mean she's not a mass murderer.