>Elsa and Anna
>Not once do they show any forms of giving a shit about Arendelle, caring more about each other with the former being an ice witch who nearly doomed the kingdom into eternal winter by throwing a tantrum and the latter being a childish slut who wants to fuck the nearest thing despite being told not to.
>Actually gave a shit about the kingdom when the ice witch threw an icy hissy-fit, such as giving out blankets. Also actually tried to convince Elsa to not be a monster when confronted.
What the fuck Disney. At least guys like Prince John, Scar, Lotso, and Turbo were shown genuine proof to being outright scumbag rulers.
So were the founding fathers.
Honestly even if Elsa didn't go Dark Phoenix eventually Anna would have been given the throne. With her unwilling to marry and thus unable to give a viable heir, her legitimacy would have been revoked and Anna would have been crowned. All Hans had to do was play the waiting game.
Murdering who, though?
He was going to kill Elsa, yes, but that only seemed certain after she proved incapable of dispelling the unseasonable weather she had created. He wouldn't have needed to kill her otherwise, just lock her up; a monster is not fit to rule, after all. And he wasn't going to directly kill Anna, he simply wasn't able to save her himself. Locking her up reduced the already remote chance of her finding a cure on her own, sure, but in the end the blood would be mainly on her sister's hands.
His only real sin was pretending he was in love with Anna, and manipulating her.
>>Actually gave a shit about the kingdom when the ice witch threw an icy hissy-fit
He was still trying to look good. The Elsa scene is incredibly stupid since he was trying to kill her anyway.
That sounds perfectly reasonable until the last sentence where he goes mad with power and decides to fuck over the palace. It's not even like he lost the battle, he just got so distracted with obtaining power that he trapped himself in the bottle forever.
Until the sequel, I guess.
Also the part where Jasmine kisses him on the lips for an uncomfortably long time was, well, unsettling.
Also the royal adviser marrying the princess wasn't actually a law either. Jaffa made it up, pulled out a scroll to pretend it was authentic and when the Sultin tried to look at it he got a snake staff brain wash to the face.