Big Bang Theory star
says animated hit film
sends the wrong message to young audience with its story of a princess finding her mate.
In a blog post on Kveller.com, the 38-year-old actor says that while she's not into musicals, the portrayal of the movie's female characters is what really upsets her, reported Ace Showbiz.
"Sure, it's sort of hidden, but the search for a man/love/Prince is still the reigning plot line in the movie, as it is with pretty much all movies for young people which are animated," she wrote.
"The sister's desire to marry this guy she just met, and the other sister getting mad at her - we still have a plot about the identification of a woman being based on her desire and search to meet a man." The actor also has issues with the "way the female characters are drawn and animated."
"The male characters look like cartoon men. They have some exaggerated features, sure. But by and large, they look like they have the proportions of human beings. Not so with our lead ladies. They have enormous eyes. Like really ridiculously big. Teeny-tiny ski slope noses. Exaggerated delicate ski sloppiness, actually. Barbie doll proportions of their bodies in general: tiny waists, ample busts, and huge heads. They look like dolls. They don't look like the same species as the male characters even! What's up with that?! My sons thought the females looked like BRATZ dolls, truth be told. I kind of agree," she added.