History YMMV / HocusPocus

5th Nov '16 3:43:05 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* HamAndCheese: The film is corny, sure, but those witches sure make up for it.
24th Oct '16 11:35:21 PM Anddrix
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* GuiltyPleasures: With the cliches, critical dissonance, etc, it's certainly this to people who like it. This was also discussed at length during WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's "review" (more of a shallow parody) of it & Creator/DougWalker's own second Disneycember review on it, where he, personally, doesn't like the movie, but can understand if people do due to this trope (nevermind that the Critic already learned about this trope in the Moulin Rouge review, but whatever).
24th Oct '16 11:26:04 PM MarkLungo
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* GuiltyPleasures: With the cliches, critical dissonance, etc, it's certainly this to people who like it. This was also discussed at length during the Nostalgia Critic's "review" (more of a shallow parody) of it & Doug's own second Disneycember review on it, where he, personally, doesn't like the movie, but can understand if people do due to this trope (nevermind that the Critic already learned about this trope in the Moulin Rouge review, but whatever).

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* GuiltyPleasures: With the cliches, critical dissonance, etc, it's certainly this to people who like it. This was also discussed at length during the Nostalgia Critic's WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's "review" (more of a shallow parody) of it & Doug's Creator/DougWalker's own second Disneycember review on it, where he, personally, doesn't like the movie, but can understand if people do due to this trope (nevermind that the Critic already learned about this trope in the Moulin Rouge review, but whatever).
24th Oct '16 11:22:20 PM MarkLungo
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* EnsembleDarkHorse: Billy only shows up in the last third but tends to be well-remembered and a favorite of fans of the film. Being played by DougJones certainly helps.

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* EnsembleDarkHorse: Billy only shows up in the last third but tends to be well-remembered and a favorite of fans of the film. Being played by DougJones Creator/DougJones certainly helps.
23rd Oct '16 9:07:19 PM Scsigs
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* GuiltyPleasures: With the cliches, critical dissonance, etc, it's certainly this to people who like it. This was also discussed at length during the Nostalgia Critic's "review" (more of a shallow parody) of it & Doug's own second Disneycember review on it, where he, personally, doesn't like the movie, but can understand if people do due to this trope (nevermind that the Critic already learned about this trope in the Moulin Rouge review, but whatever).
9th Oct '16 10:56:09 PM SPBurke
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** Sarah's song luring the children to them to suck out their souls. Make no mistake: the Sanderson sisters suck out THE SOULS OF CHILDREN. No matter how enjoyably hammy their performances are, they are evil to the core.
19th Sep '16 12:07:35 PM Eagal
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** "I Put A Spell On You".
** "Come Little Children"

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** "I Put A Spell On You".
You" is a catchy up-beat VillainSong sung by ''Creator/BetteMidler''. It would have to be this.
** "Come Little Children"Children" is haunting and darkly contrast to the Sanderson sisters' intentions.



* EvilIsCool: The Sanderson Sisters are much funnier and more interesting than most of the protagonists, ''and'' get an iconic VillainSong that doubles as an EarWorm. The only thing that keeps RootingForTheEmpire from kicking in is they're targeting children.

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* EvilIsCool: The Sanderson Sisters sisters are much funnier and more interesting than most of the protagonists, ''and'' get an iconic VillainSong that doubles as an EarWorm. The only thing that keeps RootingForTheEmpire from kicking in is they're targeting children.
19th Sep '16 12:05:26 PM Eagal
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* NeverLiveItDown: Max's [[UnfortunateImplications perpetual virgin shaming]]. It tends to be overblown by non-fans, but there are plenty of viewers who are so turned off by it that they're willing to dismiss the whole movie as a result.

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* NeverLiveItDown: Max's [[UnfortunateImplications perpetual virgin shaming]].shaming. It tends to be overblown by non-fans, but there are plenty of viewers who are so turned off by it that they're willing to dismiss the whole movie as a result.
19th Sep '16 12:04:39 PM Eagal
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: A fifteen-year-old virgin is a freak and should be treated as such.
10th Sep '16 2:19:45 AM NWolfman
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* NeverLiveItDown: Max's perpetual virgin shaming and the movies UnfortunateImplications that a fifteen-year-old virgin is some sort of freak of nature. It tends to get overblown by non-fans, but it's turned some audience members off enough to ignore all of the better parts of the movie.

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* NeverLiveItDown: Max's [[UnfortunateImplications perpetual virgin shaming and the movies UnfortunateImplications that a fifteen-year-old virgin is some sort of freak of nature. shaming]]. It tends to get be overblown by non-fans, but it's there are plenty of viewers who are so turned some audience members off enough by it that they're willing to ignore all of dismiss the better parts of the movie.whole movie as a result.
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