History YMMV / TheHunchbackofNotreDame

16th Sep '17 9:28:25 PM huntdaddy
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* The scene where Quasimodo is publicly tortured shows with brutal honesty that anyone can turn out to be a downright vicious bully, especially to those who are different, even with the slightest provocation.

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* ** The scene where Quasimodo is publicly tortured shows with brutal honesty that anyone can turn out to be a downright vicious bully, especially to those who are different, even with the slightest provocation.
16th Sep '17 9:27:51 PM huntdaddy
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* The scene where Quasimodo is publicly tortured shows with brutal honesty that anyone can turn out to be a downright vicious bully, especially to those who are different, even with the slightest provocation.
7th Sep '17 10:26:11 PM PrincessGwen
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* TheWoobie: Bizarrely for fans of the Disney film, [[AdaptationalVillainy Claude Frollo]], who, unlike in the Disney adaptation, where he's a [[CompleteMonster sociopath]] from the beginning and only gets worse from there, is an educated and enlightened man who grows darker out of his self-inflicted disappointment in himself for not raising his brother Jehan to be as faithful or hardworking as himself and his later uncontrollable lust for Esmerelda, which is based more clearly in his sexual frustration as a priest than in later adaptations.

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* TheWoobie: Bizarrely for fans of the Disney film, [[AdaptationalVillainy Claude Frollo]], who, unlike in the Disney adaptation, where he's a [[CompleteMonster sociopath]] from the beginning and only gets worse from there, is an educated and enlightened man who grows darker out of his self-inflicted disappointment in himself for not raising his brother Jehan to be as faithful or hardworking as himself and his later uncontrollable lust for Esmerelda, Esmeralda, which is based more clearly in his sexual frustration as a priest than in later adaptations.
30th Aug '17 8:33:58 AM Phediuk
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** At the beginning of the film, Clopin asks the viewer a "riddle" regarding Quasimodo and Frollo: "Who is the monster, and who is the man?" This comes directly after Frollo murders an innocent woman and attempts to drown her baby. Hmm, just who could the monster be?
30th Aug '17 8:29:06 AM Phediuk
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** The film itself, particularly when first released. Many viewed it as a wildly-misconceived bastardization of Hugo's novel, to the point that the screenplay received a Razzie nomination. Its reputation has, however, improved since then
20th Aug '17 8:15:08 AM MLPAndFriendsComic301991
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* TheWoobie: Bizarrely for fans of the Disney film, [[AdaptationalVillainy Claude Frollo]], who, unlike in the Disney adaptation, where he's a [[CompleteMonster depraved, racist madman]] from the beginning and only gets worse from there, is an educated and enlightened man who grows darker out of his self-inflicted disappointment in himself for not raising his brother Jehan to be as faithful or hardworking as himself and his later uncontrollable lust for Esmerelda, which is based more clearly in his sexual frustration as a priest than in later adaptations.

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* TheWoobie: Bizarrely for fans of the Disney film, [[AdaptationalVillainy Claude Frollo]], who, unlike in the Disney adaptation, where he's a [[CompleteMonster depraved, racist madman]] sociopath]] from the beginning and only gets worse from there, is an educated and enlightened man who grows darker out of his self-inflicted disappointment in himself for not raising his brother Jehan to be as faithful or hardworking as himself and his later uncontrollable lust for Esmerelda, which is based more clearly in his sexual frustration as a priest than in later adaptations.
20th Aug '17 6:20:47 AM MLPAndFriendsComic301991
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* TheWoobie: Bizarrely for fans of the Disney film, [[AdaptationalVillainy Claude Frollo]], who, unlike in the Disney adaptation, where he's a [[CompleteMonster depraved, racist madman]] in the beginning and only gets worse from there, is an educated and enlightened man who grows darker out of his self-inflicted disappointment in himself for not raising his brother Jehan to be as faithful or hardworking as himself and his later uncontrollable lust for Esmerelda, which is based more clearly in his sexual frustration as a priest than in later adaptations.

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* TheWoobie: Bizarrely for fans of the Disney film, [[AdaptationalVillainy Claude Frollo]], who, unlike in the Disney adaptation, where he's a [[CompleteMonster depraved, racist madman]] in from the beginning and only gets worse from there, is an educated and enlightened man who grows darker out of his self-inflicted disappointment in himself for not raising his brother Jehan to be as faithful or hardworking as himself and his later uncontrollable lust for Esmerelda, which is based more clearly in his sexual frustration as a priest than in later adaptations.
20th Aug '17 6:19:44 AM MLPAndFriendsComic301991
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* TheWoobie: Bizarrely for fans of the Disney film, [[AdaptationalVillainy Claude Frollo]], who, unlike in the Disney adaptation, where he's a [[CompleteMonster depraved, racist madman]] from the beginning and only gets worse from there, is an educated and enlightened man who grows darker out of his self-inflicted disappointment in himself for not raising his brother Jehan to be as faithful or hardworking as himself and his later uncontrollable lust for Esmerelda, which is based more clearly in his sexual frustration as a priest than in later adaptations.

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* TheWoobie: Bizarrely for fans of the Disney film, [[AdaptationalVillainy Claude Frollo]], who, unlike in the Disney adaptation, where he's a [[CompleteMonster depraved, racist madman]] from in the beginning and only gets worse from there, is an educated and enlightened man who grows darker out of his self-inflicted disappointment in himself for not raising his brother Jehan to be as faithful or hardworking as himself and his later uncontrollable lust for Esmerelda, which is based more clearly in his sexual frustration as a priest than in later adaptations.
20th Aug '17 6:19:16 AM MLPAndFriendsComic301991
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* TheWoobie: Bizarrely for fans of the Disney film, [[AdaptationalVillainy Claude Frollo]], who, unlike in the Disney adaptation, where he's a [[CompleteMonster depraved, racist madman]] in the beginning and only gets worse from there, is an educated and enlightened man who grows darker out of his self-inflicted disappointment in himself for not raising his brother Jehan to be as faithful or hardworking as himself and his later uncontrollable lust for Esmerelda, which is based more clearly in his sexual frustration as a priest than in later adaptations.

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* TheWoobie: Bizarrely for fans of the Disney film, [[AdaptationalVillainy Claude Frollo]], who, unlike in the Disney adaptation, where he's a [[CompleteMonster depraved, racist madman]] in from the beginning and only gets worse from there, is an educated and enlightened man who grows darker out of his self-inflicted disappointment in himself for not raising his brother Jehan to be as faithful or hardworking as himself and his later uncontrollable lust for Esmerelda, which is based more clearly in his sexual frustration as a priest than in later adaptations.
20th Aug '17 6:18:49 AM MLPAndFriendsComic301991
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* TheWoobie: Bizarrely for fans of the Disney film, [[AdaptationalVillainy Claude Frollo]], who, unlike in the Disney adaptation, where he's a [[CompleteMonster depraved, racist madman]] from the beginning and only gets worse from there, is an educated and enlightened man who grows darker out of his self-inflicted disappointment in himself for not raising his brother Jehan to be as faithful or hardworking as himself and his later uncontrollable lust for Esmerelda, which is based more clearly in his sexual frustration as a priest than in later adaptations.

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* TheWoobie: Bizarrely for fans of the Disney film, [[AdaptationalVillainy Claude Frollo]], who, unlike in the Disney adaptation, where he's a [[CompleteMonster depraved, racist madman]] from in the beginning and only gets worse from there, is an educated and enlightened man who grows darker out of his self-inflicted disappointment in himself for not raising his brother Jehan to be as faithful or hardworking as himself and his later uncontrollable lust for Esmerelda, which is based more clearly in his sexual frustration as a priest than in later adaptations.
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