"Aladdin" may have just gotten its first critical review from a toddler.
A 4-year-old has some strong feelings about the Disney movie - she's frustrated with the damsel in distress story line.
In a video posted to social media, Madison Jade thinks Jasmine shouldn't have waited on Aladdin to show her the world.
"Jasmine needs to go see the world by herself," Madison said. "Because you don't need a boy to take you to see the whole world!"
One reason she said the princess didn't need Aladdin? There wasn't enough room on the carpet.
The carpet does look a bit cramped if you ask us.
Her mom then asked her to expand on the critique.
"Sometimes when we read your princess books, the prince will take the princess on an adventure, or he'll save the day or he'll rescue her, that's a good thing, right?" the mom asked.
"Mommy... the princess doesn't need a prince to rescue her, she can rescue herself," the girl replied.
Her thoughts on Aladdin received a lot of praise from fans who shared her sentiment.
This Disney classic has been remade as a live-action film, out Friday.
One travel blogger agreed: "As a professional world traveler, who has made a career of seeing the world... YES MADDIE!!! No we don't need ANY BOYS OR MEN TO SEE THE WORLD!!" Kellee Edwards wrote. "So proud of her thought process."
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Toddler has a message for 'Aladdin' princess Jasmine: 'You don't need a boy to see the whole world!'