Okay, this is something of a new experience for me. So far, I only dealt with movies based on books I read at one point. I’m not saying that 101 Dalmatians is the first case were the movie was my first exposure to the story, but it is the first movie for which I read the book just for this article series. Which is in the case of 101 Dalmatians kind of a problem, because I don’t look at it from the perspective of a child, the actual target group, but from the perspective of an adult. I tried my best not to be overly critical but – well, let’s just dive into this.
Hi guys, since I had compare the Phantom of the Opera with Beauty and the Beast earlier on. Here is my comparison on other Disney classic, the Hunchback of Notre Dame. Are you ready?
The Phantom of the Opera
Okay, as you know that that both stories are also set in France. It deals with 2 physically deformed title characters, however unlike Quasimodo, the Phantom (Erik in the original novel) is actually a madman and his obsessive love for Christine who seeks refuge at the Opera House in Paris. Speaking of poor Erik, he was a combo of Frollo and Quasimodo until the end when Erik felt remorse....