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Old 03-08-2013, 10:45 AM
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those Hunchback 2 shots are pretty rough to look at compared to the first movie.
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Old 03-08-2013, 02:42 PM
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those Hunchback 2 shots are pretty rough to look at compared to the first movie.
So much worse in motion. SO. MUCH. WORSE.
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I wish the gargoyles hadn't been in the first movie, but I still love the look and songs. Will have to grab this.
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I think Hunchback is Disney's best film since Beauty and the Beast, and arguably their last great film. It hits such moments of awe inspiring grandeur, that it is hard not to be impressed with it. Especially since the film never feels rushed. Not like Lion King does.

I freaking love this film.
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Was really hoping (and expecting) this one to get the 2 disc treatment with the ton of extras, etc. This one -- along with Mulan -- is too good to be paired with a terrible made for video sequel instead of extras (Hunchback is a pretty awesome Disney film, in my opinion).

Disney's getting cheap, but somehow their blu-rays are still expensive. Does anyone want to own these damn made for vid sequels? I didn't even watch the one that came with Pocahontas. I thought John Lasseter (or however you spell his last name) spoke out quite vehemently against these made for vid sequels. Odd that he's now running the place and tacking these crap-fests on, instead of spending the money to create quality extras.
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Funny how Disney's motherhouse (i.e. the US-based firm) always mixes the awful DTV-sequels with the classic (or at least "average") theatrical releases. In Europe, the movies are seperated.

Sure, that means that we have to buy Pocahontas II or Lady and the Tramp II -- but I'm pretty sure those independent releases are just ignored by about everyone.
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*Upon watching Hunchback 2*

MY EYES!!!!!
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I want this flick...but I don't want the "sequel". May have to wait until they release these separately.....if they ever do. I really don't like being forced into buying a weak sequel because its boxed in with the original.
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I want this flick...but I don't want the "sequel". May have to wait until they release these separately.....if they ever do. I really don't like being forced into buying a weak sequel because its boxed in with the original.
It's $25 at Walmart. It doesn't hurt anything to have it bundled. Sure, it'd be nice if someone burned it...but whatever. Hunchback is a great flick. Greatly under appreciated. It seriously has some of the best animation the studio has ever produced. It's gorgeous.

It's safe to say I have a much stronger opinion of the film than the review.
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