I honestly disliked the film as a young child, and only watched it after discovering "Hellfire." The film, in one word, is a masterpiece; the height of the Disney Renaissance. Technically, the animation is stunning, and the attention to detail in Notre Dame is impeccable. The CGI crowds didn't age well, but the crane shot in the "Sanctuary" scene is one of the best in movie history. As expected in a Disney film, the voice acting is top-notch, with Tom Hulce's expressive, boyish voice providing a perfect contrast to Tony Jay's dark, sinister rumble. The score alone is enough to express the beauty of the film- the French Horn even graces the comedic "A Guy Like You" and the hysteric Latin chorus will send shivers up your spine. Truly, it is Menken's finest work and is sorely underappreciated. Personally, I was able to identify with Quasimodo and Esmerelda, the outcasts of the film, and their musical numbers, "God Help the Outcasts" and "Heaven's Light" are enough to bring tears to your eyes. Overall, the film is like dark chocolate; younger people tend to dislike it, and not all adults have a taste for it, but when put into the hands of someone who enjoys it, it is appreciated for the lovely thing it is.