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|Sub-Genre:||Animation/Anime||Director:||Kirk Wise, Gary Trousdale|
|Region Code:||DVD: 1 (US, Canada...)||Rating:||G|
|The characters in Victor Hugo's 1831 novel about lonely bell-ringer Quasimodo and his adventures with the beautiful Esmerelda come vividly and musically to life--even the stone gargoyles! This updated '90s version features Quasimodo as an awkward youth, a departure from the Hugo text. Featuring the voices of Tom Hulce, Jason Alexander, Demi Moore, Kevin Kline and David Ogden Stiers. Academy Award Nominations: Best Original Musical or Comedy Score.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||3402792|
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|Director||Kirk Wise, Gary Trousdale|
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|Region Code||Region 1|
|Number of Discs||1|
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Thumbs up for Hunchback
I decided to buy this movie because I really really identified with the character of Quasimodo, more so when I was younger but the connection is still poignant. It is a great watch because the art is fantastic, it really does look like paris. The themes are very serious even though it is a Disney movie with its main market being children. It deals with prejidice, vanity, the place of religion in society, the posibility for the corruption of authority and power. It's not like other Disney movies where the guy and the girl inevitably get together. The girl goes with someone else and it is a very real reminder of the imperfections of life. I highly reccomend this movie to anyone. The soundtrack is also fantastic.
I enjoy the classic Hunchback of Notre Dame as well as Disney's animated version. The fact that good conquors evil is the basic life story of things. Do right or do wrong. And the fact that a child was left orphaned because of no fault of his own than being deformed. Everyone needs love and although that love is often harsh and even abusive, we all need love. Having the heart and mind to stand up for what is right, it is the most essential lesson learned in this story. Although your "parent" loves you, you have to follow what is right and not be dictated or coerced into something you disagree with; especially when it is YOUR life and YOU are held responsible for those actions. If you are going to get into trouble, then it should be at your own will to do those things.
Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame
I enjoyed every moment of this movie from the brilliant and well-adapted character designs to the masterfully retold story of Victor Hugo's tragic hunchback, Quasimodo, his master, Frollo, and his heoric friends, Phoebus, Esmeralda, and of course, the gargoyles. This, Disney's thirty-fourth animated motion picture, truly revolutionizes its craft with the seemless fusion of traditional and computer animation; now restored in Disney DVD, along with wonderful special features, it is a total delicacy for the eyes, ears, and soul. It is a true delight for all ages, and I would personally recommend this movie to ANYONE who enjoys spending 91 minutes of their life having a great time with friends and family.