These youtube comments from this video analyzing the song ¨Hellfire¨ from The hunchback of notre dame have galaxy brain energy
¨As Frollo sings “It’s not my fault, I’m not to blame”, the hooded monks sing “My fault” in Latin. It’s like God is literally telling him through these visions, “This. Is. On. You. Either stop shifting the blame and being all creepy, or stop claiming to serve my will. You are about the least holy person in France!” And Frollo just doesn’t listen. He even seems more determined to shirk the blame, considering afterward he shifts from pinning it completely on Esmerelda to on the Devil and God Himself.¨
¨For those non-Catholics: The song the monks are singing in the background is the Confiteor, an admission of guilt and wrongdoing and asking of forgiveness from God. Frollo distorts the song for himself, though; "Mea culpa" - "through my fault" - followed by "It's not my fault, I'm not to blame!" He's taking something that should be holy and righteous and turning it upside down. He won't admit that he's doing anything wrong.¨
Twenty six years!? The happiest of anniversaries to this unparalleled masterpiece!
Tiny little me remembers seeing Esmeralda’s dance number and thinking it could only be some kind of magic!
Back then I didn’t know how right I was! The magic of 2D animation, and still as mesmerizing today as it was almost three decades ago!
Happy 26 to Quasi, Esme, and all the awesome gang! 🎭⚜️
Can we talk about about how Asha is not only going to be Afro Latina, but the third Disney princess of color to be played by a queer woman?
Because that is amazing.
old vinyls or old books? fairies or mermaids? disney or ghibli films? croissants or baguettes? love letters or mixtapes? little women or pride and prejudice? art history or astrology? lorde or taylor swift? spring or winter? vanilla or lavender?
I thought there had been a "magical Negro" trope for decades that socially aware people recognized as racist and would naturally want to avoid, so I find it bemusingly weird the way Disney cast the genie and the Blue Fairy in the recent wokeremake versions of Aladdin and Pinocchio.
Bruno had to bare the extra burden and pressure of being Abuela’s only son.
It’s not much of a stretch to assume that Abuela may have hoped to have seen something of Pedro in Bruno’s face and personality.
And given the time period she may have expected Bruno to have become the head of the family, a provider.
In fact, the name Bruno can mean armour or protection. (according to Behind the Name website.) She wanted her son to become the strong one of the family.
However, it is a dangerous - if understandable thing - to expect a child to become a clone of a dead family member.
Bruno does look like his father, but he struggled to deal with the weight of expectations that Abuela placed upon him, as well struggling to deal with the mysteries and responsibilities of his gift.
He never married and we don’t know if he ever had any kind of relationships. His only friends seem to be the rats living in the walls.
Abuela may have felt some kind of disappointment in him, stemming from her own grief and trauma. Bruno would have picked up on this, even from a young age.
TL:DR: Poor Bruno
Non! Non! Petit-Clopin! We don't hang other puppets.
(Only flesh-and-blood motherf**kers) 🤡🔪
3/6 Clopin Trouillefou 🎉
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NO NO NO- WHY DID LUCA MAKE ME SOB SO FUCKING HARD! FUCK IT IM MAKING A SEQUEL WHERE ALBERTO GOES TO GENOVA OR THEY REUNITE THE FOLLOWING SUMMER
Friendly reminder that, while they’re not perfectly developed, Jack was supportive of Sally’s talents and interests from the beginning and they are an adorable couple.
It’s okay if you disagree, that’s just my take on the film and it’s main/ only romance.