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** To elaborate on how egregious ''Tangled Up'' is, each episode of "Britannica's Tales Around the World" compiles three short-story fairy tales: one anyone could recognize, and two more obscure fairy tales with a similar theme. This is because it's about [[ItsASmallWorldAfterAll similarities between fairy tales in different cultures]]. They chose two episodes: the one covering Literature/HanselAndGretel and similar stories, and the one covering Literature/{{Rapunzel}}, the story ''Tangled'' is based on, and similar stories. This means that out of six stories, only three have anything to do with Rapunzel, and out of those three, only one ''actually is'' Rapunzel. Meaning for a "movie" trying to promote something based off of Rapunzel, you only get a few minutes where that story's actually shown in a 44+ minute "film!"

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** To elaborate on how egregious ''Tangled Up'' is, each episode of "Britannica's Tales Around the World" compiles three short-story fairy tales: one anyone could recognize, and two more obscure fairy tales with a similar theme. This is because it's about [[ItsASmallWorldAfterAll similarities between fairy tales in different cultures]]. They chose two episodes: the one covering Literature/HanselAndGretel and similar stories, and the one covering Literature/{{Rapunzel}}, the story ''Tangled'' is based on, and similar stories. This means that out of six stories, only three have anything to do with Rapunzel, and out of those three, only one ''actually is'' Rapunzel. Meaning for a "movie" trying to promote something based off of Rapunzel, you only get a few minutes where that story's actually shown in a 44+ 45 minute "film!"


** To elaborate on how egregious ''Tangled Up'' is, each episode of "Britannica's Tales Around the World" compiles three fairy tales: one anyone could recognise, and two more obscure fairy tales with a similar theme. This is because it's about [[ItsASmallWorldAfterAll similarities between fairy tales in different cultures]]. They chose two episodes: the one covering Literature/HanselAndGretel and similar stories, and the one covering Literature/{{Rapunzel}}, the story ''Tangled'' is based on, and similar stories. This means that out of six stories, only three have anything to do with Rapunzel, and out of those three, only one ''actually is'' Rapunzel.

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** To elaborate on how egregious ''Tangled Up'' is, each episode of "Britannica's Tales Around the World" compiles three short-story fairy tales: one anyone could recognise, recognize, and two more obscure fairy tales with a similar theme. This is because it's about [[ItsASmallWorldAfterAll similarities between fairy tales in different cultures]]. They chose two episodes: the one covering Literature/HanselAndGretel and similar stories, and the one covering Literature/{{Rapunzel}}, the story ''Tangled'' is based on, and similar stories. This means that out of six stories, only three have anything to do with Rapunzel, and out of those three, only one ''actually is'' Rapunzel. Meaning for a "movie" trying to promote something based off of Rapunzel, you only get a few minutes where that story's actually shown in a 44+ minute "film!"


** The writing's about as terrible as the animation and voice acting. Watch in amazement as their version of ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' shows [[CharacterDerailment a heartless Esmeralda leaving Quasimodo to die in a dungeon]]. Clearly, the fact that he intentionally starved to death in the [[Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame original novel]] wasn't enough for them.

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** The writing's about as terrible as the animation and voice acting. Watch in amazement as their version of ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' ''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' shows [[CharacterDerailment a heartless Esmeralda leaving Quasimodo to die in a dungeon]]. Clearly, the fact that he intentionally starved to death in the [[Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame original novel]] wasn't enough for them.



* '''''WesternAnimation/{{The Hunchback of Notre Dame|GoldenFilms}}''''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few InNameOnly characters, and sometimes even the names are different. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo becomes [[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more like a copycat of Gaston from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. The comic-relief instrument characters are [[TheScrappy even more annoying than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome and later spontaneously turns even more good-looking, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffTheDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly. WebVideo/{{Phelous}} adds his two cents to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJu0kQbTNIk this movie]], calling it ''the'' worst adaptation of ''The Hunchback Of Notre Dame'', bar none.

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* '''''WesternAnimation/{{The Hunchback of Notre Dame|GoldenFilms}}''''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few InNameOnly characters, and sometimes even the names are different. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo becomes [[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more like a copycat of Gaston from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. The comic-relief instrument characters are [[TheScrappy even more annoying than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome and later spontaneously turns even more good-looking, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffTheDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly. WebVideo/{{Phelous}} adds his two cents to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJu0kQbTNIk this movie]], calling it ''the'' worst adaptation of ''The Hunchback Of Notre Dame'', bar none. [[http://www.thehunchblog.com/tag/enchanted-tales/ The Hunchblog]] also described everything wrong with this movie.


* '''''WesternAnimation/{{The Hunchback of Notre Dame|GoldenFilms}}''''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few InNameOnly characters, and sometimes even the names are different. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo becomes[[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more like a copycat of Gaston of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. The comic-relief instrument characters are [[TheScrappy even more annoying than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome and later spontaneously turns even more good-looking, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffTheDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly. WebVideo/{{Phelous}} adds his two cents to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJu0kQbTNIk this movie]], calling it ''the'' worst adaptation of ''The Hunchback Of Notre Dame'', bar none.

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* '''''WesternAnimation/{{The Hunchback of Notre Dame|GoldenFilms}}''''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few InNameOnly characters, and sometimes even the names are different. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo becomes[[CompositeCharacter becomes [[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more like a copycat of Gaston of from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. The comic-relief instrument characters are [[TheScrappy even more annoying than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome and later spontaneously turns even more good-looking, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffTheDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly. WebVideo/{{Phelous}} adds his two cents to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJu0kQbTNIk this movie]], calling it ''the'' worst adaptation of ''The Hunchback Of Notre Dame'', bar none.


* '''''WesternAnimation/{{The Hunchback of Notre Dame|GoldenFilms}}''''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few characters, and even they are too far from the point. Quasimodo is not even that grotesque, and then it is revealed he is not a grotesque at all. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo was made to [[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more as a copycat of Gaston of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. Some instruments were added, but [[TheScrappy they are even more hated than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffTheDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly. WebVideo/{{Phelous}} adds his two cents to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJu0kQbTNIk this movie]], calling it ''the'' worst adaptation of ''The Hunchback Of Notre Dame'', bar none.

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* '''''WesternAnimation/{{The Hunchback of Notre Dame|GoldenFilms}}''''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few InNameOnly characters, and sometimes even they the names are too far from the point. Quasimodo is not even that grotesque, and then it is revealed he is not a grotesque at all.different. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo was made to [[CompositeCharacter becomes[[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more as like a copycat of Gaston of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. Some instruments were added, but The comic-relief instrument characters are [[TheScrappy they are even more hated annoying than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome, handsome and later spontaneously turns even more good-looking, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffTheDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly. WebVideo/{{Phelous}} adds his two cents to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJu0kQbTNIk this movie]], calling it ''the'' worst adaptation of ''The Hunchback Of Notre Dame'', bar none.


* '''''WesternAnimation/{{The Hunchback of Notre Dame|GoldenFilms}}''''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few characters, and even they are too far from the point. Quasimodo is not even that grotesque, and then it is revealed he is not a grotesque at all. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo was made to [[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more as a copycat of Gaston of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. Some instruments were added, but [[TheScrappy they are even more hated than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffYourDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly. WebVideo/{{Phelous}} adds his two cents to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJu0kQbTNIk this movie]], calling it ''the'' worst adaptation of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, bar none.

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* '''''WesternAnimation/{{The Hunchback of Notre Dame|GoldenFilms}}''''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few characters, and even they are too far from the point. Quasimodo is not even that grotesque, and then it is revealed he is not a grotesque at all. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo was made to [[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more as a copycat of Gaston of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. Some instruments were added, but [[TheScrappy they are even more hated than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffYourDisability [[ThrowingOffTheDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly. WebVideo/{{Phelous}} adds his two cents to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJu0kQbTNIk this movie]], calling it ''the'' worst adaptation of The ''The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, Dame'', bar none.


* '''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameGoldenFilms''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few characters, and even they are too far from the point. Quasimodo is not even that grotesque, and then it is revealed he is not a grotesque at all. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo was made to [[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more as a copycat of Gaston of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. Some instruments were added, but [[TheScrappy they are even more hated than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffYourDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly. WebVideo/{{Phelous}} adds his two cents to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJu0kQbTNIk this movie]], calling it ''the'' worst adaptation of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, bar none.

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* '''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameGoldenFilms''' '''''WesternAnimation/{{The Hunchback of Notre Dame|GoldenFilms}}''''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few characters, and even they are too far from the point. Quasimodo is not even that grotesque, and then it is revealed he is not a grotesque at all. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo was made to [[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more as a copycat of Gaston of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. Some instruments were added, but [[TheScrappy they are even more hated than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffYourDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly. WebVideo/{{Phelous}} adds his two cents to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJu0kQbTNIk this movie]], calling it ''the'' worst adaptation of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, bar none.


* If you thought you've seen it all when it comes to terrible animation, you haven't seen anything yet until you've seen '''''Trolland'''''. Released in 2016 by Creator/TheAsylum (yes, ''[[Horrible/LiveActionFilms that Asylum]]'') as a means to [[TheMockbuster ripoff]] the 2016 ''WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}}'' movie, this film features some of the wackiest perspectives and animation errors you'll ever see in a film, to the point where some of these errors look more horrifying to witness than funny, and most of them are so ''basic'' (like faces that literally cannot emote, a terminal incapacity to make hands cling to anything instead of simply levitating it somewhere sort-of nearby and a terminal lack of lip-synch) not even a first year animation student would dare turn it in as their first work ever. The movements and animation of the characters themselves look like a very poorly animated ''VideoGame/GarrysMod'' animation at its very worst, and the aforementioned perspective issues result in some incredibly bizarre shots, such as one that causes a dropped notebook to look as big as a picnic blanket. Character designs are [[YouAllLookFamiliar reused rampantly]], to the point that completely identical characters are often shown standing right beside each other ''repeatedly''. And that's not even mentioning things like the fake UsefulNotes/GameBoy that's shown early in the film that is practically begging for a cease-and-desist from Nintendo and an inexplicable real life image of Queen Elizabeth of England being shown later on in the movie, without having any kind of attention brought up to it. Combine that with a typical ClicheStorm story that you'd usually find in mockbuster films like this and story errors that show up as early as the first minute of the movie, and you've definitely got a film you'd remember for all the wrong reasons. Saberspark [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHYvzaJVpXc looked into this film in greater detail here,]] stating the film is even worse than ''Joshua and the Promised Land'' above.

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* If you thought you've seen it all when it comes to terrible animation, you haven't seen anything yet until you've seen '''''Trolland'''''. Released in 2016 by Creator/TheAsylum (yes, ''[[Horrible/LiveActionFilms that Asylum]]'') as a means to [[TheMockbuster ripoff]] the 2016 ''WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}}'' movie, this film features some of the wackiest perspectives and animation errors you'll ever see in a film, to the point where some of these errors look more horrifying to witness than funny, and most of them are so ''basic'' (like faces that literally cannot emote, a terminal incapacity to make hands cling to anything instead of simply levitating it somewhere sort-of nearby and a terminal lack of lip-synch) not even a first year animation student would dare turn it in as their first work ever. The movements and animation of the characters themselves look like a very poorly animated ''VideoGame/GarrysMod'' animation at its very worst, and the aforementioned perspective issues (due to the fact that most of the models and props are simply superimposed over the backgrounds and rooms that they're in) result in some incredibly bizarre shots, such as one that causes a dropped notebook to look as big as a picnic blanket. Character designs are [[YouAllLookFamiliar reused rampantly]], to the point that completely identical characters are often shown standing right beside each other ''repeatedly''. And that's not even mentioning things like the fake UsefulNotes/GameBoy that's shown early in the film that is practically begging for a cease-and-desist from Nintendo and an inexplicable real life image of Queen Elizabeth of England being shown later on in the movie, without having any kind of attention brought up to it. Combine that with a typical ClicheStorm story that you'd usually find in mockbuster films like this and story errors that show up as early as the first minute of the movie, and you've definitely got a film you'd remember for all the wrong reasons. Saberspark [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHYvzaJVpXc looked into this film in greater detail here,]] stating the film is even worse than ''Joshua and the Promised Land'' above.


** '''''WesternAnimation/LeoTheLion''''' is a 2013 CGI Italian film that was distributed in America by the Weinstein Company and put on Creator/{{Netflix}}, and quickly gained infamy due to just how big of a colossal mess it was. The story involves a vegetarian lion named Leo as he sets out to escort a gaggle of young animals to a hidden paradise called "the heart of the jungle". There are a buttload of problems with how nearly everything is executed, however. The character designs are amateur at best and [[UncannyValley completely hideous]] at worst [[note]](the eponymous character himself has a malnourished appearance that, while befitting his character, is very unappealing)[[/note]]. The editing is sloppy, and some scenes are slowed down with little rhyme or reason. The story itself is a RandomEventsPlot of the highest order, featuring many plot elements that either amount to little or are just outright ''bizarre'', and has many moments and characters that are derivative of, if not borderline plagiarizing, those of ''Disney/TheLionKing'' [[note]] For some examples, the villain song features a moment where the BigBad is overlooking [[PuttingOnTheReich suspiciously marching elephants]] in a scene that looks almost indistinguishable from a certain scene in "Be Prepared", there are hyenas that are voiced by someone doing a very bad Cheech Marin impression, and a scene where Leo's OlderSidekick appears to have died and Leo runs around panicking and crying for help in a scene that seems to be attempting to will itself into being like Mufasa's death scene.[[/note]]. The characters are either [[FlatCharacter bland]], [[TheScrappy obnoxious]], [[TheLoad useless]], or some combination of the three. The attempts at humor all fall flat, and many moments in the plot are just off-putting. The few songs the movie has are dull with uninspired lyrics and [[PainfulRhyme unnatural rhyming]]. The acting (the Netflix English dub of which includes familiar names such as Creator/DebiDerryberry and Creator/MatthewMercer) is either [[DullSurprise wooden]] or [[MostAnnoyingSound ear-shattering]], and the dialogue doesn't seem like it's even trying to be clever. One of the most infamous scenes revolves around the heroes subduing a terrified mother zebra and convincing her into providing milk for their young, and the way it's executed is so horribly botched that it almost plays out like a ''rape'' scene. At the end, Leo marries a female elephant who gives birth to hybrid babies that will haunt your nightmares for millennia. The movie was quickly torn down by those who bothered to review it, getting an abysmal 1.7 on IMDB and a [[https://www.commonsensemedia.org/movie-reviews/leo-the-lion 1/5]] on Common Sense Media. Matthew Mercer himself [[https://twitter.com/matthewmercer/status/938681064494579712 is known to regard his role as the film's main antagonist]] as an OldShame. Brian Feldman of ''New York Magazine'' rips the movie to shreds [[http://nymag.com/selectall/2016/08/the-nightmare-world-of-leo-the-lion-netflixs-worst-movie.html here]]. Saberspark likewise [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fmxmvFLPAE had no kind words for it]], explaining why it's considered the worst animated film on Netflix (Although he took it back after viewing ''Joshua and the Promised Land'' that's listed below).

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** '''''WesternAnimation/LeoTheLion''''' is a 2013 CGI Italian film that was distributed in America by the Weinstein Company and put on Creator/{{Netflix}}, and quickly gained infamy due to just how big of a colossal mess it was. The story involves a vegetarian lion named Leo as he sets out to escort a gaggle of young animals to a hidden paradise called "the heart of the jungle". There are a buttload of problems with how nearly everything is executed, however. The character designs are amateur at best and [[UncannyValley completely hideous]] at worst [[note]](the eponymous character himself has a malnourished appearance that, while befitting his character, is very unappealing)[[/note]]. The editing is sloppy, and some scenes are slowed down with little rhyme or reason. The story itself is a RandomEventsPlot of the highest order, featuring many plot elements that either amount to little or are just outright ''bizarre'', and has many moments and characters that are derivative of, if not borderline plagiarizing, those of ''Disney/TheLionKing'' [[note]] For some examples, the villain song features a moment where the BigBad is overlooking [[PuttingOnTheReich suspiciously marching elephants]] in a scene that looks almost indistinguishable from a certain scene in "Be Prepared", there are hyenas that are voiced by someone doing a very bad Cheech Marin impression, and a scene where Leo's OlderSidekick appears to have died and Leo runs around panicking and crying for help in a scene that seems to be attempting to will itself into being like Mufasa's death scene.[[/note]]. The characters are either [[FlatCharacter bland]], [[TheScrappy obnoxious]], [[TheLoad useless]], or some combination of the three. The attempts at humor all fall flat, and many moments in the plot are just off-putting. The few songs the movie has are dull with uninspired lyrics and [[PainfulRhyme unnatural rhyming]]. The acting (the Netflix English dub of which includes familiar names such as Creator/DebiDerryberry and Creator/MatthewMercer) is either [[DullSurprise wooden]] or [[MostAnnoyingSound ear-shattering]], and the dialogue doesn't seem like it's even trying to be clever. One of the most infamous scenes revolves around the heroes subduing a terrified mother zebra and convincing her into providing milk for their young, and the way it's executed is so horribly botched that it almost plays out like a ''rape'' scene. At the end, Leo marries a female elephant who gives birth to hybrid babies that will haunt your nightmares for millennia. The movie was quickly torn down by those who bothered to review it, getting an abysmal 1.7 on IMDB and a [[https://www.commonsensemedia.org/movie-reviews/leo-the-lion 1/5]] on Common Sense Media. Matthew Mercer himself [[https://twitter.com/matthewmercer/status/938681064494579712 is known to regard his role as the film's main antagonist]] as an OldShame. Brian Feldman of ''New York Magazine'' rips the movie to shreds [[http://nymag.com/selectall/2016/08/the-nightmare-world-of-leo-the-lion-netflixs-worst-movie.html here]]. Saberspark likewise [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fmxmvFLPAE had no kind words for it]], explaining why it's considered the worst animated film on Netflix (Although he took it back after viewing ''Joshua and the Promised Land'' that's listed below).


** '''''WesternAnimation/LeoTheLion''''' is a 2013 CGI Italian film that was distributed in America by the Weinstein Company and put on Creator/{{Netflix}}, and quickly gained infamy due to just how big of a colossal mess it was. The story involves a vegetarian lion named Leo as he sets out to escort a gaggle of young animals to a hidden paradise called "the heart of the jungle". There are a buttload of problems with how nearly everything is executed, however. The character designs are amateur at best and [[UncannyValley completely hideous]] at worst [[note]](the eponymous character himself has a malnourished appearance that, while befitting his character, is very unappealing)[[/note]]. The editing is sloppy, and some scenes are slowed down with little rhyme or reason. The story itself is a RandomEventsPlot of the highest order, featuring many plot elements that either amount to little or are just outright ''bizarre'', and has many moments and characters that are derivative of, if not borderline plagiarizing, those of ''Disney/TheLionKing'' [[note]] For some examples, the villain song features a moment where the BigBad is overlooking [[PuttingOnTheReich suspiciously marching elephants]] in a scene that looks almost indistinguishable from a certain scene in "Be Prepared", there are hyenas that are voiced by someone doing a very bad Cheech Marin impression, and a scene where Leo's OlderSidekick appears to have died and Leo runs around panicking and crying for help in a scene that seems to be attempting to will itself into being like Mufasa's death scene.[[/note]]. The characters are either [[FlatCharacter bland]], [[TheScrappy obnoxious]], [[TheLoad useless]], or some combination of the three. The attempts at humor all fall flat, and many moments in the plot are just off-putting. The few songs the movie has are dull with uninspired lyrics and [[PainfulRhyme unnatural rhyming]]. The acting (the Netflix English dub of which includes familiar names such as Creator/DebiDerryberry and Creator/MatthewMercer) is either [[DullSurprise wooden]] or [[MostAnnoyingSound ear-shattering]], and the dialogue doesn't seem like it's even trying to be clever. One of the most infamous scenes revolves around the heroes subduing a terrified mother zebra and convincing her into providing milk for their young, and the way it's executed is so horribly botched that it almost plays out like a ''rape'' scene. At the end, Leo marries a female elephant who gives birth to hybrid babies that will haunt your nightmares for millennia. The movie was quickly torn down by those who bothered to review it, getting an abysmal 1.7 on IMDB and a [[https://www.commonsensemedia.org/movie-reviews/leo-the-lion 1/5]] on Common Sense Media. Brian Feldman of ''New York Magazine'' rips the movie to shreds [[http://nymag.com/selectall/2016/08/the-nightmare-world-of-leo-the-lion-netflixs-worst-movie.html here]]. Saberspark likewise [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fmxmvFLPAE had no kind words for it]], explaining why it's considered the worst animated film on Netflix (Although he took it back after viewing ''Joshua and the Promised Land'' that's listed below).

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** '''''WesternAnimation/LeoTheLion''''' is a 2013 CGI Italian film that was distributed in America by the Weinstein Company and put on Creator/{{Netflix}}, and quickly gained infamy due to just how big of a colossal mess it was. The story involves a vegetarian lion named Leo as he sets out to escort a gaggle of young animals to a hidden paradise called "the heart of the jungle". There are a buttload of problems with how nearly everything is executed, however. The character designs are amateur at best and [[UncannyValley completely hideous]] at worst [[note]](the eponymous character himself has a malnourished appearance that, while befitting his character, is very unappealing)[[/note]]. The editing is sloppy, and some scenes are slowed down with little rhyme or reason. The story itself is a RandomEventsPlot of the highest order, featuring many plot elements that either amount to little or are just outright ''bizarre'', and has many moments and characters that are derivative of, if not borderline plagiarizing, those of ''Disney/TheLionKing'' [[note]] For some examples, the villain song features a moment where the BigBad is overlooking [[PuttingOnTheReich suspiciously marching elephants]] in a scene that looks almost indistinguishable from a certain scene in "Be Prepared", there are hyenas that are voiced by someone doing a very bad Cheech Marin impression, and a scene where Leo's OlderSidekick appears to have died and Leo runs around panicking and crying for help in a scene that seems to be attempting to will itself into being like Mufasa's death scene.[[/note]]. The characters are either [[FlatCharacter bland]], [[TheScrappy obnoxious]], [[TheLoad useless]], or some combination of the three. The attempts at humor all fall flat, and many moments in the plot are just off-putting. The few songs the movie has are dull with uninspired lyrics and [[PainfulRhyme unnatural rhyming]]. The acting (the Netflix English dub of which includes familiar names such as Creator/DebiDerryberry and Creator/MatthewMercer) is either [[DullSurprise wooden]] or [[MostAnnoyingSound ear-shattering]], and the dialogue doesn't seem like it's even trying to be clever. One of the most infamous scenes revolves around the heroes subduing a terrified mother zebra and convincing her into providing milk for their young, and the way it's executed is so horribly botched that it almost plays out like a ''rape'' scene. At the end, Leo marries a female elephant who gives birth to hybrid babies that will haunt your nightmares for millennia. The movie was quickly torn down by those who bothered to review it, getting an abysmal 1.7 on IMDB and a [[https://www.commonsensemedia.org/movie-reviews/leo-the-lion 1/5]] on Common Sense Media. Matthew Mercer himself [[https://twitter.com/matthewmercer/status/938681064494579712 is known to regard his role as the film's main antagonist]] as an OldShame. Brian Feldman of ''New York Magazine'' rips the movie to shreds [[http://nymag.com/selectall/2016/08/the-nightmare-world-of-leo-the-lion-netflixs-worst-movie.html here]]. Saberspark likewise [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fmxmvFLPAE had no kind words for it]], explaining why it's considered the worst animated film on Netflix (Although he took it back after viewing ''Joshua and the Promised Land'' that's listed below).


* '''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameGoldenFilms''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few characters, and even they are too far from the point. Quasimodo is not even that grotesque, and then it is revealed he is not a grotesque at all. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo was made to [[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more as a copycat of Gaston of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. Some instruments were added, but [[TheScrappy they are even more hated than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffYourDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly.

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* '''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameGoldenFilms''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few characters, and even they are too far from the point. Quasimodo is not even that grotesque, and then it is revealed he is not a grotesque at all. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo was made to [[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more as a copycat of Gaston of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. Some instruments were added, but [[TheScrappy they are even more hated than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffYourDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly. WebVideo/{{Phelous}} adds his two cents to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJu0kQbTNIk this movie]], calling it ''the'' worst adaptation of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, bar none.


* ''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameGoldenFilms'' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few characters, and even they are too far from the point. Quasimodo is not even that grotesque, and then it is revealed he is not a grotesque at all. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is terrible. A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameGoldenFilms'' '''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameGoldenFilms''' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few characters, and even they are too far from the point. Quasimodo is not even that grotesque, and then it is revealed he is not a grotesque at all. Esmeralda is changed to Melody and reduced to a witch. Frollo was made to [[CompositeCharacter Jean-Claude]], who looks less like Frollo and more as a copycat of Gaston of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. Some instruments were added, but [[TheScrappy they are even more hated than the Gargoyles on the Disney version]], since they delay the "story" with their pointless chit-chat and their hijacking of the spotlight in spite of their irrelevance to most of the movie. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is terrible. very poorly edited even comparing it to other films in the collection. [[StockFootageFailure A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits.fits]]. The worst part of this film is that Quasimodo is made handsome, which goes against the spirit of TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside that this movie intends to teach and is an insult to handicapped people with the implications that they are just depressed people and a morale boost will be enough to [[ThrowingOffYourDisability heal them]]. If the staff were scared to scare children with a deformed man, their attempt to bowdlerize the story backfired greatly.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameGoldenFilms'' is among the worst films released by Creator/GoldenFilms. The majority of their films [[SoOkayItsAverage tend to be watchable if mediocre]], but this film has little redeeming qualities. It lacks a real plot or sense of conflict and the characters fail to be engaging. The story has no connection to the Victor Hugo's book whatsoever aside of the Notre Dame Cathedral and a few characters, and even they are too far from the point. Quasimodo is not even that grotesque, and then it is revealed he is not a grotesque at all. It is almost as if the Golden Films staff wanted to adapt this story but due to the length of the book either they did a shallow read or they barely read the index. The animation of Golden Films tends to be very flawed, but this is terrible. A scene of gypsies dancing and Melody shaking her hands is repeated countless times regardless of if it really fits.


* [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xwe1to_joshua-and-the-promised-land-wmv_shortfilms?start=694#.UW1udCtvtQc This]] animated adaptation of the story of Joshua, Moses' apprentice, titled '''''WesternAnimation/JoshuaAndThePromisedLand'''''. The character designs, which are ''supposed'' to be bipedal lions, are stiff and uninspired (and includes a [[AnimalGenderBender female lion with a mane]]), the animation looks like it was done by a sixth grader using Autodesk Maya for the first time (faces hardly show good expression, mouth movements are nonexistent, it's impossible to tell what various objects are at times due to horrid texturing, etc.), and the voices sound bored and sometimes fail to grasp the concept of audio levels (the kid who played the titular Joshua sometimes [[NoIndoorVoice shouts his lines]] to the point of distortion). And then there's the story itself, which has its own slew of problems, including one of the most annoying examples of MrExposition ever put to film. Creator/{{Voltalia}} gives her two cents about this abomination [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XRvQs38Hc8 here]], [[WebVideo/FeedingTheTrolls CuteFuzzyWeasel]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAxnq9m0Fe8&ab_channel=CuteFuzzyWeasel destroyed it here]], WebVideo/KyleNorty gave [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRu1LnYGPTI his take on it here]] and even LetsPlay/{{Critikal}}, who's known for doing Let's Plays, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zRyubvOzio had a few things]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ae9bFmg56kk to say about it.]] Saberspark ended up taking back what he said about ''WesternerAnimation/LeoTheLion'' above and declared ''this'' film the worst film hes ever seen [[https://youtu.be/3syUejwzd3Q here]] (at least before the below mentioned ''Trolland'' came into his path). The creator of the film, Jim Lion, admits that it was horrible and said that the criticisms given to the film are absolutely true, though he states he does not regret making it as it allowed him to practice his animation skills.

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* [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xwe1to_joshua-and-the-promised-land-wmv_shortfilms?start=694#.UW1udCtvtQc This]] animated adaptation of the story of Joshua, Moses' apprentice, titled '''''WesternAnimation/JoshuaAndThePromisedLand'''''. The character designs, which are ''supposed'' to be bipedal lions, are stiff and uninspired (and includes a [[AnimalGenderBender female lion with a mane]]), the animation looks like it was done by a sixth grader using Autodesk Maya for the first time (faces hardly show good expression, mouth movements are nonexistent, it's impossible to tell what various objects are at times due to horrid texturing, etc.), and the voices sound bored and sometimes fail to grasp the concept of audio levels (the kid who played the titular Joshua sometimes [[NoIndoorVoice shouts his lines]] to the point of distortion). And then there's the story itself, which has its own slew of problems, including one of the most annoying examples of MrExposition ever put to film. Creator/{{Voltalia}} gives her two cents about this abomination [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XRvQs38Hc8 here]], [[WebVideo/FeedingTheTrolls CuteFuzzyWeasel]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAxnq9m0Fe8&ab_channel=CuteFuzzyWeasel destroyed it here]], WebVideo/KyleNorty gave [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRu1LnYGPTI his take on it here]] and even LetsPlay/{{Critikal}}, who's known for doing Let's Plays, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zRyubvOzio had a few things]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ae9bFmg56kk to say about it.]] Saberspark ended up taking back what he said about ''WesternerAnimation/LeoTheLion'' ''WesternAnimation/LeoTheLion'' above and declared ''this'' film the worst film hes ever seen [[https://youtu.be/3syUejwzd3Q here]] (at least before the below mentioned ''Trolland'' came into his path). The creator of the film, Jim Lion, admits that it was horrible and said that the criticisms given to the film are absolutely true, though he states he does not regret making it as it allowed him to practice his animation skills.


* The 1999 film '''''WesternAnimation/TheKingAndI''''', produced by Creator/RankinBass and released by Creator/WarnerBros as a [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory very loose]] AnimatedAdaptation of the [[Theatre/TheKingAndI musical of the same name.]] The Creator/RodgersAndHammerstein musical itself is an already loose adaptation. This film, however, suffers from {{Disneyfication}} gone wrong, with a ClicheStorm of EvilChancellor, animal sidekicks, and DisneyDeath. What particularly makes the film bad is the UnfortunateImplications of the Asian characters with butchered English and the BigBad's [[MinionWithAnFInEvil Master Little's]] [[EthnicScrappy appearance.]] The animation itself has bad CGI by 1999 standards, only fitting for a DirectToVideo release, but this film was released in theaters the same time as ''WesternAnimation/Dougs1stMovie''. The result was a BoxOfficeBomb with only $12 million out of its $25 million budget and a 13% on Website/RottenTomatoes. If this '''still''' doesn't turn you off to it, the estates of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein [[DisownedAdaptation have refused to allow any of their other musicals to be made into animated films]]. Additionally, Creator/DougWalker reportedly considered bringing the character of [[WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic Nostalgia Critic]] out of retirement to review this movie, and later made it the subject of [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/thatguywiththeglasses/nostalgia-critic/38646-nostalgia-critic-the-king-and-i the fourth review]] in the Critic's [[UnCanceled revived series]]. [[WebVideo/InfamousAnimation ShogunGin0]] also had [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kACK_zGo8g a few words regarding this film]], [[http://www.zippcast.com/video/dcdcb6f6e22bc51eac9 and so did]] ''WebVideo/MusicalHell''.

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* The 1999 film '''''WesternAnimation/TheKingAndI''''', produced by Creator/RankinBass and released by Creator/WarnerBros as a [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory very loose]] AnimatedAdaptation of the [[Theatre/TheKingAndI musical of the same name.]] The Creator/RodgersAndHammerstein musical itself is an already loose adaptation. This film, however, suffers from {{Disneyfication}} gone wrong, with a ClicheStorm of EvilChancellor, animal sidekicks, and DisneyDeath. What particularly makes the film bad is the UnfortunateImplications of the Asian characters with butchered English and the BigBad's [[MinionWithAnFInEvil Master Little's]] [[EthnicScrappy appearance.]] The animation itself has bad CGI by 1999 standards, only fitting for a DirectToVideo release, but this film was released in theaters the same time as ''WesternAnimation/Dougs1stMovie''.''WesternAnimation/DougsFirstMovie''. The result was a BoxOfficeBomb with only $12 million out of its $25 million budget and a 13% on Website/RottenTomatoes. If this '''still''' doesn't turn you off to it, the estates of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein [[DisownedAdaptation have refused to allow any of their other musicals to be made into animated films]]. Additionally, Creator/DougWalker reportedly considered bringing the character of [[WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic Nostalgia Critic]] out of retirement to review this movie, and later made it the subject of [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/thatguywiththeglasses/nostalgia-critic/38646-nostalgia-critic-the-king-and-i the fourth review]] in the Critic's [[UnCanceled revived series]]. [[WebVideo/InfamousAnimation ShogunGin0]] also had [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kACK_zGo8g a few words regarding this film]], [[http://www.zippcast.com/video/dcdcb6f6e22bc51eac9 and so did]] ''WebVideo/MusicalHell''.

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