The Music in the Hunchback Sequel is bad but it’s not the worse aspect. The worse aspect is the animation and the art style. Everything is lackluster from the colors, to characters’ movements and looks. Even the in-between animation, which typically isn’t supposed to be anything spectacular, makes the characters either look deformed or derpy (pardon the meme). It all seems like there was no joy in this project on the part of the animators, like it was something they did because they had.
Sequel in-between frames
Madeline looking scary in a in-between Frame of Hunchback of Note Dame II Disney
In Between Frame of Phoebus Hunchback of Notre Dame II Disney
In Between Frame of Sarousch Hunchback of Notre Dame II Disney
Original in-between frame
In Between Frame of Esmeralda Hunchback of Notre Dame Disney
In Between Frame of the Oafish guard Hunchback of Notre Dame Disney
In Between Frame of Phoebus Hunchback of Notre Dame Disney
The movie was animated by Walt Disney Animation (Japan). And as it happen that Disney Japan expertise lies in there action scenes, which is an odd pairing seeing how the climax of this movie is a woman picking up a child. No battles, no fights. No wonder the animators appear not to interested in this project, they probably wanted to get it over and done with.
Madeline saving Zephyr Hunchback of Notre Dame II Disney
I think the animation is one of the biggest problems with this movie along with many of the other Direct to release Disney movies. If a movie is terrible you can forgive it if it’s pretty, but if it lacks any redeemable qualities how can people like it? Actually there is a question, Does the Sequel have any redeemable qualities that makes it enjoyable? People may argue Quasimodo and Madeline finding love, but is the love interesting and good?
Next Time -Let’s answer that question. L’histoire d’amour de Quasimodo et de Madeline
Quasimodo Creepy Look Hunchback of Notre Dame II
Madeline looking weird Hunchback of Notre Dame II Disney
Special Bonus Picture;
This is joke, Yoko and Ono are common Japanese names…just thought it was a little funny that a Yoko Ono worked on the movie.
Sequel Animators Feature one Yoko Ono