The Hunchback of Notre Dame II
The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (2001)

This direct-to-video sequel to Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame finds Quasi (voiced once again by Tom Hulce) falling in love with a magician's assistant while attempting to foil that same magician's plan to steal his bells.… More

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Rated: G
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Release Date: December 31, 2001
DVD Release Date: March 19, 2002
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Critic Score: 30% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Sarah Wenk
Common Sense Media

Weak sequel, with a bit of the original's charms.

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Jeffrey Chen
Window to the Movies

This is just lazy writing. Even kids deserve better.

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Christopher Null

Idiotic and ugly.

David Nusair
Reel Film Reviews enjoyable enough little adventure that doesn't require one to have seen the first film.

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Michael Dequina

Devoid of any of the qualities that made the first film so special.

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Scott Weinberg

A chintzy direct-to-video sequel to a fairly lifeless adaptation.

Walter Chaw
Film Freak Central

Bolstered by an astonishing voice cast (excepting Love Hewitt), an interesting racial tension, and a storyline that I haven't encountered since at least Pete's Dragon.

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Flixster Audience Score: 26% Flixster User Reviews
Dann Michalski
Quasimodo and his friends are back in the direct-to-video sequel The Hunchback of Notre Dame II. The main cast returns, and are joined by Jennifer Love Hewitt… More
Jackson Walsh
Well there you go Quasi, you got your girl
Bradley Wright
Not as good as the great first film
Sylvester Kuo
Disney shouldn't make these direct-to-video sequels. We've already seen the danger of such actions from the sequel to Cinderella. In this degenerated… More
Jason Vargo
Yeah, it is by the numbers, but what do you expect from a direct to video sequel of a B-level Disney film? I feel like we've seen this particular story… More
Jessica van der Sloot
Cute, but it seems most of the old charm is gone, replaced with more typical kiddy-style romance. Victor Hugo never meant for Quasimodo to have a girlfriend -… More