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Did Disney's HUNCHBACK deserve a screenplay nom?

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    Posted: August 13 2010 at 8:15pm
Texas Chainsaw Massacre features deaths and violent acts shown off screen, but I still find it horrific anyway. Thogh most kids are too dumb to even follow basic plots anyways... 

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Yeah, but "TCM" is a horror movie in every way of being dark and scary from start to finish. Off-screen deaths aside, "Incredibles" is still a very comical and lighthearted movie.
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Agreed. But as for the hunchback of notre dame, that film was about relegious intolerance, racisim, disfigurement and even featured a  song about rape, hell, and sin (Hellfire is the title, the scene with it can be found on youtube, and the animation is brilliant). It seems very complex and for adults, though the film was marketed towards children.
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Oh yeah. Of the two ("Hunchback" and "Incredibles") "Hunchback" is in no way for childern!
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To HeadRazz dude: No. Im just saying deaths off screen arent any less horrific than deaths on screen. It's what's implied and not shown than can be truley disturbing. But yeah, Hunchback aint really for kids.

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It's not so much what's implied, it's how it's presented. What's presented in "TCM" shouldn't be witnessed by children.

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