I, Frankenstein

Year Released: 2014
Main Stars: Aaron Egbert, Bill Nighy, Yvonne Strahovski, Miranda Otto
Last watched: May 2015
Review Date: May 2015
Number Watches: 1
Format Watched: BluRay

“You’re only a monster if you act like one”

A poor use of incredible effects. The idea is just like vampires versus werewolves but with an anti-hero in the middle. Shame they spent so much time working out the samey fights and not enough on the lack of interest that stiches a samey-samey plot together. Had higher hopes for this and it turned out to be a TV slot.

To give a little moment to the sexists out there, Yvonne’s bum and legs look great in the jeans. Not sure she adds much more to the role but I don’t think there’s much personality to any of them except Bill anyway and this is all down to the script and direction which are both a bit bland.

 

BluRay Extras: Well, kinda interesting amounts of costume, fight stuff but no outtakes and not particularly much else. I think they knew they had a dud and didn’t waste time on it. Oh, I got the 3D version on the BluRay as well but as I don’t have a 3D TV it was useless to me.


Keep DVD?

No, Frankenstein.
Watch if on TV?
No, Frankenstein.
Snog, Marry, Avoid?
Avoid, Frankenstein.

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About Simon Trail

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