History YMMV / TheHunchbackOfNotreDame

5th Jul '16 9:53:40 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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** See Frollo's effort to grab the gargoyle as he hangs for dear life, as it constantly changes position between shots.
25th May '16 10:53:19 PM superboy313
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* EvilIsCool : Frollo.

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* EvilIsCool : Frollo. Ironically, he was meant to be so despicable that people would [[HateSink despise him with all their hearts]]. Instead, he became one of the most popular Disney Villains.



* MemeticMolester: Frollo, for [[SexIsEvilAndIAmHorny good]] [[CompleteMonster reason]].

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* MemeticMolester: Frollo, for [[SexIsEvilAndIAmHorny good]] [[CompleteMonster reason]].reasons]].
19th May '16 4:05:48 PM DoctorCooper
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** Phoebus gets this treatment as well. In the 1923, the Burbank Films Australia version, and the Disney adaptation he is put in the role of a pure love interest for Esmeralda. However, in the book he was kind of a jerk who was just interested in her for sex.

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** Phoebus gets this treatment as well. In the 1923, the Burbank Films Australia version, and the Disney adaptation film he is put in the role of a pure love interest for Esmeralda. However, in the book he was kind of a jerk who was just interested in her for sex.



* MoralEventHorizon: Frollo crossed it when he killed Quasimodo's mother merely for believing her to be a thief, and almost killed him too as a baby for being deformed. And he only goes downhill from there.
** The guards and the members of the crowd crossed it when they publically tortured Quasimodo. It stands out as the only atrocity that was not committed personally by Frollo and yet he still refused to stop it.

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* MoralEventHorizon: Frollo crossed it when he killed Quasimodo's mother merely for believing her to be a thief, and almost killed him too as a baby for being deformed. And he only goes downhill from there.
** The guards and the members of the crowd crossed it when they publically tortured Quasimodo. It stands out as the only atrocity that was not committed personally by Frollo and yet he still refused to stop it.
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21st Apr '16 8:23:09 PM BossKey
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* {{Mondegreen}}: Some viewers mishear some of the OminousLatinChanting in "Hellfire" as "Because he's horny...", particularly the bit after "Then tell me, Maria, why I see her dancing there/Why her smoldering eyes still scorch my soul?" Which, hilariously enough, is ''entirely appropriate'' [[SexIsEvilAndIAmHorny given the context]].
18th Apr '16 4:42:27 PM DoctorCooper
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* ItGetsBetter: For all its strengths, the book ''could'' afford to shave off some of its exposition. [[UpToEleven There's a chapter that's as long as its own book devoted to explaining the view from Notre Dame.]]

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* ItGetsBetter: SlowPacedBeginning: For all its strengths, the book ''could'' afford to shave off some of its exposition. [[UpToEleven There's a chapter that's as long as its own book devoted to explaining the view from Notre Dame.]]
17th Apr '16 9:59:55 PM rjd1922
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** Also from the sequel, a lot of people find [[{{Keet}} Zephyr]] extremely annoying.
17th Apr '16 5:57:33 PM rjd1922
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** Phoebus gets this treatment as well. In the 1923, the Burbank Films Australia version and the Disney adaptation he is put in the role of a pure love interest for Esmeralda. However, in the book he was kind of a jerk who was just interested in her for sex.

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** Phoebus gets this treatment as well. In the 1923, the Burbank Films Australia version version, and the Disney adaptation he is put in the role of a pure love interest for Esmeralda. However, in the book he was kind of a jerk who was just interested in her for sex.



* DieForOurShip: Frollo/Esmeralda fans of any of the adaptations are eager to kill off Phoebus for the sake of this ship. Then again, even if you ''don't'' support this ship, almost every Hunchback of Notre Dame fan would gladly see Phoebus die.

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* DieForOurShip: Frollo/Esmeralda fans of any of the adaptations are eager to kill off Phoebus for the sake of this ship. Then again, even if you ''don't'' support this ship, almost every Hunchback ''Hunchback of Notre Dame Dame'' fan would gladly see Phoebus die.
1st Apr '16 3:02:49 PM Pamina
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** Though Frollo's is much more obvious, the movie subtly criticizes Quasimodo's innocent EntitledToHaveYou romantic attraction to Esmeralda. But you wouldn't know this from the Quasi/Esmeralda shippers either calling Esmeralda a "stupid whore" for choosing Phoebus or depicting Phoebus as anything from a brainless, dullard pretty-boy to an abusive monster just so Esmeralda can dump him and be with Quasimodo. Like she was "supposed" to, because [[SarcasmMode apparently a woman's choice matters a lot less than the hero always getting the "hot girl" he was "owed".]]

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** Though Frollo's is much more obvious, the The movie subtly criticizes Quasimodo's innocent EntitledToHaveYou romantic attraction to Esmeralda.portrays Esmeralda and Phoebus's romance in a fully positive light, and though Quasimodo is heartbroken and jealous at first, he eventually fully accepts their love and is content as their friend. But you wouldn't know this from the Quasi/Esmeralda shippers either calling Esmeralda a "stupid whore" for choosing Phoebus or depicting Phoebus as anything from a brainless, dullard pretty-boy to an abusive monster just so Esmeralda can dump him and be with Quasimodo. Like she was "supposed" to, because [[SarcasmMode apparently a woman's choice matters a lot less than the hero always getting the "hot girl" he was "owed".]]
14th Mar '16 6:00:05 AM hszmv1
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*** The Latin in this scene is the culmination of the Latin singing of the Confiteor, the prayer used during the Sacrament of Confession in the Catholic Church. The three other lines are translated as "I have sinned against the father", "In my thoughts", "words and deeds". Each line is placed to counter a claim of Frollo's in the song (that he's purer than others, that he doesn't want to think about Esmerelda, and that what he's saying and doing are beyond his control). This is significant as the Catholic Church believes that sin can only exist if you willing commit the act. As a man of faith, Frollo would be aware of this prayer, the significance of Confession, and that even when he is trying to confess, he's doing it wrong. In addition, the purpose of confessing to a priest is an act of humility. By telling another living person, you are willing to open yourself. By doing this alone, Frollo's is not correctly performing the sacrament.
4th Mar '16 12:15:46 AM SheldonDinkleburg
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** The Bette Midler version of ''God Help The Outcasts'' has harsher lyrics than the movie version, as the singer accuses God of favouring certain people that discriminate against those down on their luck and being responsible for making the outcasts in the first place.

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** The Bette Midler version of ''God Help The Outcasts'' has harsher lyrics than the movie version, taking the religious hypocrisy message even further as the singer accuses God of favouring certain people that discriminate against those down on their luck and being responsible for making the outcasts in the first place.
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