History YMMV / Hercules

8th Feb '16 2:30:34 AM Zeanobia
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* HilariousInHindsight: Idina Menzel made a guest appearance as Circe, a singing witch. Later, she would go on to play [[Theatre/{{Wicked}} Elphaba]], who just so happens to be a singing witch, and [[Disney/{{Frozen}} Elsa]], a magical singing queen accused of sorcery.
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* HilariousInHindsight: Idina HilariousInHindsight: **Idina Menzel made a guest appearance as Circe, a singing witch. Later, she would go on to play [[Theatre/{{Wicked}} Elphaba]], who just so happens to be a singing witch, and [[Disney/{{Frozen}} Elsa]], a magical singing queen accused of sorcery. ** Hades was very upset over being named after the planet Pluto, he probably was even less amused when he found out that it got demoted to dwarf planet.
27th Jan '16 5:28:06 PM Eagal
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* UnfortunateImplications: The interaction between Creator/SusanEgan and Creator/JamesWoods is hilarious, but half the time Hades acts a lot like a bullying boyfriend, getting pretty up-close and personal with Meg sometimes, which she inevitably shies away from. The other half, you feel like there's some kind of sexual harassment in the workplace thing going on between them. ** When Phil tells Hercules about Meg, he doesn't merely tell him she's betraying him, he talks as if she's in an active ''relationship'' with Hades. -->'''Phil:''' She's been playing you for a sap! She's nothing but a two-timing, no-good, lying, cheating- -->'''Hercules:''' SHUT UP!!!
25th Jan '16 11:27:05 AM JTurner82
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** Filmtracks' Chrstian Clemmensen also completely ripped apart the soundtrack, calling it a complete disgrace to Alan Menken's output for Disney.
20th Jan '16 5:58:57 PM Josef5678
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* UnfortunateImplications: The interaction between SusanEgan and JamesWoods is hilarious, but half the time Hades acts a lot like a bullying boyfriend, getting pretty up-close and personal with Meg sometimes, which she inevitably shies away from. The other half, you feel like there's some kind of sexual harassment in the workplace thing going on between them.
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* UnfortunateImplications: The interaction between SusanEgan Creator/SusanEgan and JamesWoods Creator/JamesWoods is hilarious, but half the time Hades acts a lot like a bullying boyfriend, getting pretty up-close and personal with Meg sometimes, which she inevitably shies away from. The other half, you feel like there's some kind of sexual harassment in the workplace thing going on between them.
20th Jan '16 2:49:36 AM jameygamer
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** Also, Hades's design being based off of Jeffrey Katzenberg. He returned the favor with [[WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}} Lord Farquaad]], whose design was based off Michael Eisner and was voiced by one of the original casting choices for Hades, John Lithgow.
18th Jan '16 9:12:45 AM Josef5678
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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Disney's take on Greek mythology, featuring designs from the artist responsible for the animated segments of ''Film/PinkFloydTheWall'' and a 1960s gospel-style soundtrack.
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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Disney's take on Greek mythology, featuring designs from the artist responsible for the animated segments of ''Film/PinkFloydTheWall'' ''Music/TheWall'' and a 1960s gospel-style soundtrack.
8th Jan '16 4:29:46 AM annette12
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*** Hades probably didn't want to reveal his hand before he could free the Titans. Openly attacking Hercules himself would have alerted Zeus Hades was going against him as well.
2nd Jan '16 12:25:36 PM Tightwire
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* UnfortunateImplications: The interaction between SusanEgan and JamesWoods is hilarious, but Hades' body language combined with Meg's obvious disgust and eagerness to get away has some allusions to sexual harassment at work by your boss.
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* UnfortunateImplications: The interaction between SusanEgan and JamesWoods is hilarious, but Hades' body language combined half the time Hades acts a lot like a bullying boyfriend, getting pretty up-close and personal with Meg's obvious disgust and eagerness to get Meg sometimes, which she inevitably shies away has from. The other half, you feel like there's some allusions to kind of sexual harassment at work by your boss.in the workplace thing going on between them.
2nd Jan '16 6:43:04 AM Tightwire
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* UnfortunateImplications: The interaction between SusanEgan and JamesWoods is hilarious, but Hades' body language combined with Meg's obvious disgust and eagerness to get away has some allusions to sexual harassment at work by your boss. ** When Phil tells Hercules about Meg, he doesn't merely tell him she's betraying him, he talks as if she's in an active ''relationship'' with Hades. -->'''Phil:''' She's been playing you for a sap! She's nothing but a two-timing, no-good, lying, cheating- -->'''Hercules:''' SHUT UP!!!
30th Nov '15 5:16:33 PM technickal
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** Hades pointing to Pain's Hercules shoes and asking [[Website/{{Vine}} "What are those?"]]
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** Hades pointing to Pain's Hercules shoes and asking [[Website/{{Vine}} [[WebOriginal/{{Vine}} "What are those?"]]
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