Gods and Monsters
It's 1957, and Whale's heyday as the director of "Frankenstein," "Bride of Frankenstein" and "The Invisible Man" is long behind him. Retired and a semi-recluse, he lives his days accompanied only by images from his past. When his dour housekeeper, Hannah, hires a handsome young gardener, the flamboyant director and simple yard man develop an unlikely friendship, which will change them forever.
- Stars:Ian McKellen, Brendan Fraser, Lynn Redgrave, Lolita Davidovich, David Dukes, Kevin J. O'Connor, Mark Kiely, Jack Plotnick, Rosalind Ayres, Jack Betts, Matt McKenzie, Todd Babcock, Cornelia Hayes O'Herlihy, Brandon Kleyla, Pamela Salem,
- Country:USA, UK
- Director:Bill Condon,
- Writer:Christopher Bram (novel), Bill Condon (screenplay)
The last days of Frankenstein director James Whale are explored. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gods and Monsters torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Sweet story, fun cast, and perfectly happy ending.
(mx) wrote: Not that bad of a movie, not enough action of the crocodile.
(es) wrote: Krysztof Krauze, brightest hope in the new wave of Polish cinema, returns to the social realism of his breakthrough movie Dlug. Plac Zbawiciela is social cinema at it's best, perhaps more Mike Leigh than Dardenne, and an uncompromising uncovering of post-communist society and it's disruptive effects on a young family. As the film's title suggests, there's also a deep catholic subtext buried in there and a theme of absolution going on. Strong performances from all main actors.
(kr) wrote: This was an interesting documentary. Watch if there is nothing better to watch on your Tivo.
(it) wrote: A lot like real like and sums up the way how I feel about In & Out. All in all a good movie.
(it) wrote: While not a spectacular and original story, I think critics are a bit too hard on the movie, and this isn't coming from someone who likes the film because of nostalgia. The movie is meant to be a simple, yet grand adventure, and it delivers on that front.
(es) wrote: Loved this movie~ The time period, the music, and "Eddie".........
(ca) wrote: So basically "The Invisible..." franchise continues, but this time using the ability to turn invisible to aid in the war. A clever adaptation yes, but not such a good one! The series really took a turn from mad horror, to dim horror, to comedy and now to war/action, I seriously think it should have been left with the atmospheric theme from the original... A very average movie to say the least!
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(jp) wrote: This is more funny and off the wall than anything. The story wasnt incredible but overall it was a fun watch.