The movie follows disfigured Quasimodo (Tom Hulce), the bell-ringer of Notre Dame Cathedral, who bides his time locked away in a tower. But in order to help his friend, a gypsy dancer, Quasimodo must assert his independence from a vicious government minister. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
When Quasi defies the evil Frollo and ventures out to the Festival of Fools, the cruel crowd jeers him. Rescued by fellow outcast the gypsy Esmeralda, Quasi soon finds himself battling to save the people and the city he loves.
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Howie D (br) wrote: The movie is a fairly one-sided take on abortion as 100% of the people in the film are in favor of the abortion, no one makes a case for considering having the baby (or giving it for adoption) and zero of the women who've had abortions express any fragment of regret or concern over the decision. The film makes almost no exploration or look at the spiritual questions or ethical questions related to abortion. Donna has some fear of whether it will be painful and what some people like her Mom will think, but that's it and she's quickly told by people that it's easy and is re-assured by everyone including her Mom that's she's making the right choice and not to worry about it. The overall message is: life sucks if your boyfriend has an affair and dumps you, you drink massive amounts of alcohol, you lose your job, get pregnant from a one-night stand with a total stranger, treat the stranger like crap and abort the fetus, but don't worry - the abortion process is actually super easy and the amazingly kind, handsome and intelligent stranger will fall for you, bring you flowers the morning of the abortion, make you tea at his house afterwards and take the day off to watch a 10 hour movie holding hands with you for your happy ever after. Go ahead with the drunkenness, one-night stands and killing something living inside of you and what may well be a human soul - good things will come to you. This movie tries hard to be gritty, but is really a fantasy. I'm not opposed to fantasy, but not fantasies whose core theme is this.
Ava L (fr) wrote: It is touching because it sympathizes parents who lost their kid as well as poor prostitutes and lame pimps.
Jason M (br) wrote: Pretty standard movie documentary but if you love exploitation movies, there's a lot of good stuff here.
Ramona P (ag) wrote: I think this is the most positive movie with gay people that I've ever seen. It is well layered and by the end of it I was all caught up, but the "talking into the camera" thing ruined it. Crowe proved that even his early work is good and sustained my idea of him being the chameleon that he is.
Kellie B (br) wrote: I ~heart~ C. Thomas Howell
MF J (fr) wrote: Nouvelle Vague enfant terrible Jean-Luc Godard's Breathless is a timeless classic filled with some extraordinary moment of cinema. Famous for it's extensive use of the jump cut, the film hasn't lost none of it's freshness. Belmondo & Seberg are a wonderful young screen couple . Definitely a film worth watching if you are a film buff or enjoy New Wave cinema.
David J (mx) wrote: It has been five years since the TV series went off the air; the Canadian comedy franchise has returned with a full-length movie. And for the most part, it was much like the original show: funny and somewhat irreverent.That being said, if the movie was divided into half-hour segments, it would feel too much like a two hour TV marathon. Some of the movie's subplots felt more like filler than anything else. Not that they weren't funny; they just felt a little unnecessary.Overall, I thought that this film was a wonderful return and conclusion to the ever popular Canadian comedy series, and I hope it is remembered as such.
Bruce20 W (au) wrote: Terrible movie is a step down from AUJ, and confirms our suspicion that PJ's Hobbit will be awful.