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In October , the film's release date was delayed from October 17, to January 16, The first trailer for the film was released by 20th Century Fox on August 18, In North America, Victor Frankenstein opened on Wednesday, November 25, alongside Creed and The Good Dinosaur , as well as the wide releases of Brooklyn , Spotlight and Trumbo.
The site's consensus reads, "A re-imagining without the imagining, Victor Frankenstein plays at providing a fresh perspective on an oft-told tale, but ultimately offers little of interest that viewers haven't already seen in superior Frankenstein films.
The result is far from monstrous but it's hardly divine, either. In response to the low score on Rotten Tomatoes, writer Max Landis wrote that the site "breaks down entire reviews into just the word 'yes' or 'no', making criticism binary in a destructive arbitrary way".
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Goofs After being a hunchback all his life Igor would have needed months if not years of physiotherapy to be able to stand up straight and walk normally.
In the film he manages it overnight. Then he dances up a storm later on - phenomenal. Quotes [ first lines ] Igor : You know this story.
The crack if lightning. A mad genius. An unholy creation. The world, of course, remembers the monster, not the man.
But sometimes, when you look closely, there's more to a tale. Sometimes the monster is the man. Igor : I've been with the circus for as long as I can remember.
Circuses like to think of themselves as families. Within a few days, Frankenstein's father dies of grief. Frankenstein pursues the "fiend" or " Demon " as he calls his creation to the Arctic , intending to destroy it.
Although he is rescued by a ship attempting an expedition to the North Pole , he dies after relating his tale to the ship's captain, Robert Walton.
While many subsequent film adaptations notably the movie Frankenstein and the Hammer Films series starring Peter Cushing have portrayed Frankenstein as the prototypical " mad scientist ", the novel portrayed him as a tragic figure.
In the book, Frankenstein has many characteristics of a great scientist. At a young age, he has the initiative to study natural philosophy and mathematics.
Obsession plays a major role in the development of Frankenstein's character. First, as a child, he is obsessed with reading books on alchemy , astrology , and other pseudo-sciences.
He then becomes enthralled with the study of life sciences - mainly dealing with death and the reanimation of corpses.
Besides the original novel, the character also appears or is mentioned in other books from pastiches to parodies.
In the Curtis Jobling book, Frankenstein's Cat , it features Frankenstein, sometime before creating his monster, creating a cat called Nine named because he was made out of nine cats.
This book was later adapted into a television series in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the film, see Victor Frankenstein film.
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Marcus W Super Reviewer. Jul 28, Anthony L Super Reviewer. May 17, I can't believe it's been a week since my last review and the last film I watched, which was this.
Some shit did go down, nothing serious in the slightest, hence why I didn't watch any movies this past week nor did I really feel inspired to write this review, even though I'm reviewing this a week from having watched it, so my memory might really even be that great to be honest.
Maybe I'll keep it short for that very reason. Anyway, this probably isn't as bad of a movie as the trailers made it out to be.
It's not like there's really anything all that great about the film, though I did like McAvoy's performance. He's not quite as unhinged or insane as Gene Wilder was in Young Frankenstein which still remains one of my favorite comedic performances ever.
Those are two completely different films covering two completely different genres. But, I digress, McAvoy does a good job here and Daniel Radcliffe is also fairly solid.
Parts of this film, just stylistically, not necessarily thematically, remind me of Dracula Untold and even, slightly, Abe Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
It's just got that whole re-imagining of classic horror stories by adding, or at least attempting, to add some new twists.
I think there's enough about the movie that differs from your typical Frankenstein adaptation. The movie isn't even really necessarily about Frankenstein building his 'monster' as much as it is about his tenuous friendship with his assistant, Igor, whom he saved from a life as an attraction at a circus, due to him being a hunchback.
There's also the whole aspect of the film about Frankenstein's experiments being perceived, by Detective Turpin, as an affront to god and how it's morally wrong to perform such experiments.
Really, the monster takes more of a backseat in this film. It's not that it's not an important part of the film or not important to Victor's reasons for wanting to succeed, it's just that the other stuff takes precedence over the monster itself.
It's not what I would call a completely tonally consistent film, but it is what it is. Maybe the week off has me being nicer to this film, but this was perfectly decent little genre movie.
It might not hit all its marks, but it's watchable by my standards. The third act is, unsurprisingly, a little goofy, given the fact that you finally get to see Frankenstein's monster.
Again, like most of the film, it's not bad or anything, it's just a little sillier than the rest of the film, so it feels somewhat out of place.
The special effects aren't great, there's this one scene with the reanimated chimp, where the chimp, who goes on a rampage, looks terrible.
It just does. The rest is fairly minimal. I'm sure a some of it was used on the actual monster itself, but it also looks like a lot of practical make-up was also good.
The make-up that is there, however, doesn't look great either. It's just a little too Play-doh to me.