Frankenstein: Day of the Beast
We know the story; we've seen the movies. You may think that it's impossible to have a new approach to Frankenstein... Think again.
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Frankenstein: Day of the Beast torrent reviews
Craig M (jp) wrote: Solid, but it felt as if each story needed just a bit more time -- especially when the film crew got into sleuthing.
Rob F (nl) wrote: Amazing special effects. Haven't seen better dinosaur film since
Kan T (ca) wrote: One of the earlier Stephen Chow films - good old story which put him a superstar in HK film industry...
Steve W (kr) wrote: The plot doesn't really go anywhere until the end, but Billy Murray as a simpleton was great. I thought it was only okay.
Billy H (de) wrote: What is the obsession of awarding old films high marks, simply because they are old? Is it some kind of misplaced sentimentality for a "golden age of film" that didn't actually exist? Judged by today's standards this film is inferior on all levels. The acting is bland and forced to the point where even the physical movements are awkward to watch. Martin Ritt is terrible with angles, and his cut-scene choices are hair-pulling bad. The only saving grace is that this film is based on a brilliant John Le Carre novel, but even then it took not just one inept Hollywood screenwriter but two to butcher it. All moments of escalating tension that were conveyed in the novel are lost in this screen adaptation. By all accounts the modern day Le Carre adaptation Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is a superior film to watch compared to this drivel. Leave it behind in the 60s and move on.
Alfin N (kr) wrote: Quite successfully replicates everything from the mid-80's, EXCEPT for the girls. The real mid-80's girls were way much cuter than the ones we see here!
Ryan S (fr) wrote: Certainly not the best Bond film, but it has its moments of fun