History Awesome / TheHunchbackofNotreDame

28th Apr '18 4:29:24 PM SorPepita
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* Despite ''everything'' Frollo put Quasi through, including just trying to kill him and revealing the ''truth'' about how Quasi's mother died, Quasimodo is trying desperately to hang on to Frollo, he doesn't want to kill him, even though if he did let Frollo fall to his death it would be justified.
** It's beautiful how subtle it is represented. Most other films place emphasis on how the hero refuses to kill the villain, but here it's simply the refusal to let go, without any acknowledgement in dialogue.

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* Despite ''everything'' Frollo put Quasi through, including just trying to kill him and revealing the ''truth'' about how Quasi's mother died, Quasimodo is trying desperately to hang on to Frollo, Frollo; he doesn't want to kill him, even though if he did let Frollo fall to his death it would be justified.
** It's beautiful how subtle subtly it is represented. Most other films place emphasis on how the hero refuses to kill the villain, but here it's simply the refusal to let go, without any acknowledgement in dialogue.
28th Apr '18 4:10:29 PM SorPepita
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--->'''Esmerelda:''' You mistreat this poor boy the same way you mistreat my people. You speak of justice, yet you are cruel to those most in need of your help.\\

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--->'''Esmerelda:''' --->'''Esmeralda:''' You mistreat this poor boy the same way you mistreat my people. You speak of justice, yet you are cruel to those most in need of your help.\\



** The method in which he saves the family is is worth mentioning. Highlights include rolling out of the way of a falling beam, ''diving headfirst through a glass window'', then emerging from the burning house by Sparta-punting open the door, while holding the miller's two young children. Definitely elevated Phoebus from generic Disney male love interest to a much more developed and compelling (not to mention badass) character.

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** The method in by which he saves the family is is worth mentioning. Highlights include rolling out of the way of a falling beam, ''diving headfirst through a glass window'', then emerging from the burning house by Sparta-punting open the door, while holding the miller's two young children. Definitely elevated Phoebus from generic Disney male love interest to a much more developed and compelling (not to mention badass) character.
28th Apr '18 3:46:56 PM SorPepita
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*** This moment is also a true Climactic cross between a CrowningMomentOfAwesome and CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming as it is testament to the PowerOfFriendship, she, who is safe behind the parapets, chooses what appears to be immediate death alongside her friend rather than save herself.

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*** This moment is also a true Climactic cross between a CrowningMomentOfAwesome and CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming as it is testament to the PowerOfFriendship, PowerOfFriendship: she, who is safe behind the parapets, chooses what appears to be immediate death alongside her friend rather than save herself.



*** This exchange, just before Esmerelda saves him from being executed, simply seals the moment:

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*** This exchange, just before Esmerelda Esmeralda saves him from being executed, simply seals the moment:



--->'''Frollo:''' Now...now, listen to me, Quasimodo--\\

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--->'''Frollo:''' Now... now, listen to me, Quasimodo--\\
28th Apr '18 3:45:43 PM SorPepita
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** Or here's another idea. What were Gargoyles originally meant to do? Exactly [[Main/FridgeBrilliance ward off evil]].

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** Or here's another idea. What were Gargoyles originally meant to do? Exactly Exactly, [[Main/FridgeBrilliance ward off evil]].
28th Apr '18 3:42:27 PM SorPepita
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--> Quasimodo: [[spoiler: ''Saints and Monsters, show your power! Help me bring this raging shower, raining flames down... to the stones...'''BELOW!''']]

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--> Quasimodo: [[spoiler: ''Saints and Monsters, show your power! Help me bring this raging shower, raining flames down... to the stones... '''BELOW!''']]
28th Apr '18 3:42:14 PM SorPepita
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--> Quasimodo: [[spoiler: ''Saints and Monsters, show your power! Help me bring this raging shower, raining flames down...to the stones...'''BELOW!''']]

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--> Quasimodo: [[spoiler: ''Saints and Monsters, show your power! Help me bring this raging shower, raining flames down... to the stones...'''BELOW!''']]
28th Apr '18 3:41:55 PM SorPepita
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* When Frollo tells Esmeralda how she can get out of being burned by having sex with him, her response was to [[SpitefulSpit spit in his face]] and give him a DeathGlare.

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* When Frollo tells Esmeralda how she can get out of being burned by having sex with him, her response was is to [[SpitefulSpit spit in his face]] and give him a DeathGlare.
28th Apr '18 3:36:13 PM SorPepita
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*** Also, the glare of the Archdeacon when he said that line. Frollo ''feared'' the Archdeacon. He placed guards with ''polearms'' in front of the cathedral, specifically to prevent the archdeacon from interfering. Props to the archdeacon for trying to interfere anyway.

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*** Also, the glare of the Archdeacon when he said that line. Frollo ''feared'' the Archdeacon. He placed guards with ''polearms'' in front of the cathedral, specifically to prevent the archdeacon Archdeacon from interfering. Props to the archdeacon Archdeacon for trying to interfere anyway.
28th Apr '18 3:32:48 PM SorPepita
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** The scene when the Archdeacon says the lines below was very much a 'Oh, you're gonna get yours when it's over!' and it felt wonderful. Made even more awesome when it's clear that the "eyes of Notre Dame" in this verse does not refer to the Cathedral, but to the eyes Notre Dame (Our Lady) the Virgin Mary herself.

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** The scene when the Archdeacon says the lines below was very much a 'Oh, you're gonna get yours when it's over!' and it felt wonderful. Made even more awesome when it's clear that the "eyes of Notre Dame" in this verse does not refer to the Cathedral, but to the eyes of Notre Dame (Our Lady) the Virgin Mary herself.
29th Mar '18 4:49:40 PM gtbob12
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** The scene when the Archdeacon says the lines below was very much a 'Oh, you're gonna get yours when it's over!' and it felt wonderful. Made even more awesome when it's clear that the "eyes of Notre Dame" in this verse does not refer to the Cathedral but to the eyes Notre Dame (Our Lady) the Virgin Mary herself.

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** The scene when the Archdeacon says the lines below was very much a 'Oh, you're gonna get yours when it's over!' and it felt wonderful. Made even more awesome when it's clear that the "eyes of Notre Dame" in this verse does not refer to the Cathedral Cathedral, but to the eyes Notre Dame (Our Lady) the Virgin Mary herself.
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