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Really F (es) wrote: Holy cow. Not like any other western. Themes are unique, hard to handle. Very well done. Kudos to the filmmakers for bringing in feminist storyline in a realistic way that didn't seem forces.
Gavin D (br) wrote: There are more than a few faults in Scorsese's New York, New York but for the most part, they are overshadowed by the performances, particularly Liza Minnelli's.
Stuart K (it) wrote: From Hammer, this was their seventh and final Frankenstein film they made, after an attempt to reboot the franchise with The Horror of Frankenstein (1970) was an outright failure, they got Peter Cushing back, and Hammer veteran Terrence Fisher back to direct it. It should have revived Hammer's fortunes, but it helped to kill this once great studio. Shame really. Simon Helder (Shane Briant) is a young doctor who has admired the works of Baron Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) for years, but after Helder is arrested and detained in an asylum for body snatching, he meets the asylum's chief surgeon, who happens to be Frankenstein himself, now living under a new identity. He takes on Helder as his new apprentice, but Frankenstein has more sinister motives, he's been killing off the patients, and using their body parts for his latest experiment, the body of Herr Schneider (Dave Prowse), an inmate who attempted suicide but has been kept alive by Frankenstein. However, it's not long before Schneider escapes. It has some good moments, and it's good to see Cushing back doing Frankenstein, but it had a troubled production, Fisher was ill during the production recovering from a car crash, and the film's release was delayed for two years when EMI dropped out of distributing it. But, it's not as bad as you might remember.
Cyrille L (ru) wrote: Absolument magnifique et d'une grande inventivit (C) formelle. C'est dommage que le personnage masculin soit aussi path (C)tique mais j'imagine que c'est volontaire. Pas loin de 4 (C)toiles...
WK J (ag) wrote: Japanese Neo-Nazis from outer space bumble around and speak utter nonsense for about an hour. Funnnnny.
Wiebke K (br) wrote: It could have been great -- great actors, good story -- but the dialogue was lame, the situations badly framed, and I could not find anything appealing about the main character.