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Plot: Now that Frollo is gone, Quasimodo rings the bell with the help of his new friend and Esmeralda's and Phoebus' little son, Zephyr. But when Quasi stops by a traveling circus owned by evil magician Sarousch, he falls for Madellaine, Sarouch's assistant. But greedy Sarousch forces Madellaine to help… Runtime: 68 min Release Date: 19 Mar 2002
Wow! I'm surprised at the low rating! (by Chrysanthepop)
I'm not saying it's one of the better Disney sequels but I think the rating's a bit unfair. In my defense, it's been a long time since I saw the first one and I don't remember much so I can't say how true it was but I am disappointed that Esmeralda was a mere supporting character and the kid was annoying. This is one of those typical Disney films that hardly offer anything new but I still enjoyed some moments of it which is why I'd rate it slightly higher than the average rate. I liked the chemistry between Quasi and Madeline. The songs are quite bad but typical <more>
Disney. I liked the little goat character too but he was a minor. I liked the way Paris was animated and how they left the streets wet and shiny after the rain attention to detail . The ending was very choppy and abrupt it's only a one-hour film . However, I didn't see it as an abysmal film and having read some of the comments, I think many people are being a little too harsh.
Much less epic than it's predecessor, but almost as enjoyable. (by breale91)
OK, I really don't get what everyone's problem is. This movie is what Disney is all about: cuteness, innocence, and teaching us that our dreams can come true! The first one was so scary, what with Hellfire and that scene where Frollo traps that family in their house and sets it on fire, so this time, now that Frollo has been destroyed, everyone is happy, and Quasimodo is an icon in Paris! And this time, he finds true love, Madellaine, and that certainly lightens the mood after that one part in part one. All in all, it may not have been the superior film like Terminator 2 Judgement Day <more>
was, but it's well worth your time if you need cheering up!
Not a bad film. May include spoilers (by Esmeralda)
I liked this sequel as a whole. Of course, the animation was worse than in the 1996 Disney film, but the songs were nice, and the voices of the characters were very good.Quasimodo was again an appealing character. I was happy for him when he fell in love with Madellaine, although at first I didn't like her very much because she was very insecure.I detested Sarousch because he was incredibly stupid. Instead, I liked Esmeralda and Phoebus, and Quasi's friendship with Zephyr was beautiful.Honestly, I think the plot is not very credible, but the film is quite okay. '
Only Pathetic How People Think It's "Hip" To Hate Films Like This... (by idonnowho)
Seriously, this is the most over-hated Disney film of all-time. Even more than "Home on the Range", which was neither straight-to- DVD nor a sequel, yet still gets a ton of hate, regardless, but that's another story.Speaking of which, most direct-to-DVD films from Disney get virtually nothing but hate from fans, either because they want to act "hip" or "cool" or because they expect too dang much, and this one is certainly no exception. While admittedly, the animation isn't as high-quality as a theatrical release, or even some DTDVD releases i.e. <more>
"The Lion King 2", which was another example of a pretty darn good Disney sequel, which thankfully isn't nearly as hated as this or some others , but I actually found, upon watching it last night, it actually holds a certain charm in the 90's Saturday Morning Cartoon-style animation.As for the characters, all of them are back, baring the gracious exception of the dastardly minister Frollo, and I gotta say, I find it fascinating and satisfying in the best possible way how the absence of just one character could alter the mood of Paris and Notre Dame itself completely. The great French city and even the cathedral herself were a fairly dark, misty and almost even foreboding place for most of the first film, prior to his well-earned damnation in the finale, but since then, Paris has lightened up considerably and become a place anyone with a heart or soul two things neither Frollo nor the "hip" haters of this film ever seemed to have would want to live. And all of the returning characters even have their all-star voice talents from the previous film save it for Laverne the Gargoyle, and that can obviously be forgiven due to her original voice actress's death in 1995 , and they even added some new all-star voice talents to the mix, including Michael McKean as the charismatic villain, Sarousch, and Jennifer Love Hewitt as the beautiful Madellaine.Speaking of Madellaine, she's even more beautiful than Esmeralda, and that's saying a lot! It's almost certainly just as well Quasimodo didn't marry Esmeralda in the first film; Madellaine's a much better match for him, and I'd rather have her or Esmeralda, myself, any day! Quasi's a lucky guy! Ultimately even luckier than Phoebus!As for Sarousch, the new villain, he's admittedly not the scurvy zealot Frollo was, and again that's just as well! And for what it's worth, Sarousch did have some genuine moments of menace, for all those "hipsters" who complain he was a complete sissy.All in all, a REALLY, charming, sentimental film, which, again does NOT deserve all the hate it gets. Save that hate for "Hoodwinked 2", will ya? It's a sequel that actually WAS released in theaters, but felt childishly, heartlessly, and unfunnily written, and couldn't' even get back TWO LIVING voice talents from the original, Anne Hathaway OR Jim Belushi, and the former got specifically replaced with a certain "cheerleader"/screeching ant-let, but that's another story completely...
Ignore the poor reviews! This movie is truly great! (by crittermom-237-746847)
My daughter and I watched this film for the first time today and it flew to the top of my Disney Favorites List. I usually steer clear of Disney sequels because that is dangerous, but this one was truly great.It is the first film I've seen at a children's level that is a believable love story of ordinary people. It is an articulate depiction of second chances, forgiveness, true beauty, courage, and love! It doesn't use the dashing prince 7ft tall with arrogant mannerisms or a girl with unrealistic proportions and a faultless track record "tra-la-laing" through the forest <more>
and talking in a soft voice to display her unmatchable grace and etiquette- the main girl is not royalty at all.The plot could've been developed a little more, and there could have been a few more songs to keep it running in your head after the credits roll, but this was far from a forgettable film. We will certainly be buying this one, and now I am curious of the other Disney sequels- although I certainly won't set the bar at the level of this one bc it was magnificent!