I have yet to see a movie or story that bridges those sexist and stereotypical views.
This is clearly wrong. You are starting with a 21st century narrative and then cherry picking the few examples that support your narrative while rejecting the hundreds of examples that refute it.
There is a question here. Are you willing to look at this from a balanced, objective view, or will you be sticking to your preconceived notions in spite of any evidence? (Because if you are not open to looking at this in an objective way, this exercise will be a waste of time.)
There are hundreds of traditional stories that refute these "sexist and stereotypical views".
1) Aladdin, Hercules and Ulysses are all examples of male character taking what you think is the "princess role". In Hercules you have a pretty powerful female character who is in charge.
2) Add Jack in the Beanstalk, Puss in boots.
3) In Hansel and Gretel it was Gretel who saved the day and Hansel who was the hapless victim.
4) In Rumpelstiltskin the female lead has both ability and saves the day.
5) In The Snow Queen it is a female friendship that saves the day.
6) Goldilocks is adventurous and is impinging on others.
I can go on and on... but if you look at this realistically... there are very few of the children's stories that fit into the 21st century stereotypical box you are trying to stuff them into.