ist die erste Tonverfilmung des Romans von Mary Shelley. Der Schwarzweißfilm aus dem Jahr verwendet nur einige Motive und Personen aus Shelleys Roman und beruht eigentlich auf dem gleichnamigen Bühnenstück von Peggy Webling. «Ein schlichter, solider, beeindruckend stilvoller Film, der (etwas zu Unrecht) im Mit: Boris Karloff (das Monster), Colin Clive (Henry Frankenstein), Mae Clarke. motocrossnites.com - Kaufen Sie Victor Frankenstein - Genie und Wahnsinn günstig ein. Qualifizierte Previous page. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein I, Frankenstein.
Mary Shelley’s FrankensteinMary Shelley's Frankenstein ist ein US-amerikanischer Film aus dem Jahr Der Film startete am 5. Januar in den deutschen Kinos. Der Film hält sich. I, Frankenstein (deutsch Ich, Frankenstein) ist ein US-amerikanischer Fantasy-Actionfilm mit Aaron Eckhart in der Hauptrolle. Regie führte Stuart Beattie, der. «Ein schlichter, solider, beeindruckend stilvoller Film, der (etwas zu Unrecht) im Mit: Boris Karloff (das Monster), Colin Clive (Henry Frankenstein), Mae Clarke.
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Victor tells Walton that he has been pursuing his creation for months to kill him. Soon after relating his story, Victor dies from pneumonia.
Walton discovers the creature weeping over Victor's body, confessing that for all of his hatred, he still considers Victor to be his "father.
Walton invites the creature to stay with the ship, but the creature insists on remaining with the pyre. He takes the torch and burns himself alive with Victor's body.
Walton, having seen the consequences of Victor's obsession, orders the ship to return home. Original screenwriter Frank Darabont later called the film "the best script I ever wrote and the worst movie I've ever seen.
There's a weird doppelganger effect when I watch the movie. It's kind of like the movie I wrote, but not at all like the movie I wrote. It has no patience for subtlety.
It has no patience for quiet moments. It has no patience period. It's big and loud and blunt and rephrased by the director at every possible turn.
Cumulatively, the effect was a totally different movie. I don't know why Branagh needed to make this big, loud film Shelley's book was way out there in a lot of ways, but it's also very subtle.
I don't know why it had to be this operatic attempt at filmmaking. Shelley's book is not operatic, it whispers at you a lot. The movie was a bad one.
That was my Waterloo. That's where I really got my ass kicked most as a screenwriter That movie was his vision entirely.
If you love that movie you can throw all your roses at Ken Branagh's feet. If you hated it, throw your spears there too, because that was his movie.
The site's consensus was: " Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is ambitious and visually striking, but the overwrought tone and lack of scares make for a tonally inconsistent experience".
Roger Ebert gave the film two and a half stars out of four, writing: "I admired the scenes with De Niro [as the Creature] so much I'm tempted to give Mary Shelley's Frankenstein a favorable verdict.
But it's a near miss. The Creature is on target, but the rest of the film is so frantic, so manic, it doesn't pause to be sure its effects are registered.
He displays neither the technical finesse to handle a big, visually ambitious film nor the insight to develop a stirring new version of this story.
Instead, this is a bland, no-fault Frankenstein for the '90s, short on villainy but loaded with the tragically misunderstood.
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November 4, Rating: 2. View All Critic Reviews Dec 22, Not a totally faithful adaptation of the Mary Shelley book, still extremely important for not just horror movies, but movies as a whole.
I thought about coming at this review from the perspective of what 's Frankenstein meant for the future of cinema, and how it was still essentially in its infancy and doing anything even close to what Frankenstein did, changing the culture forever and remaining in the zeitgeist even now, almost a hundred years later, is a monumental achievement and should be viewed as such.
But that's never really been my jam. Frankenstein might have been great for the time, I don't know, I wasn't there, but I personally only ever found it to be okay.
Re-watching it this Halloween was, I think the fourth time I've given it a go, and it's really not as enthralling as people seem to give it credit for.
My roommate fell asleep. It's not that it's black and white either, it just doesn't have as clear a philosophical intention as the book, nor as gripping an output as more modern offerings.
Gimly M Super Reviewer. Oct 23, This classic has its place in film history, but both times I've watched it separated by many years , I've struggled to stay interested.
There are a couple of iconic moments, including the fast cut to tight shots on Boris Karloff as we first see Frankenstein's monster.
However, after some great initial scenes in the graveyard, the direction by James Whale often takes us away from scenes of interest or tension, and doesn't delve deeply enough into the darkness of 'playing god'.
Instead we get silliness, such as the assistant getting the jar marked 'Abnormal Brain'. This one hasn't aged well, and I would 's 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
Hyde' instead. Antonius B Super Reviewer. Sep 22, Still unnervingly scary after more than 80 years, James Whale's atmospheric macabre masterpiece maintains its vaulted place as the definitive Gothic horror film.
This is the most expressionistic and fairytale-like Frankenstein film on this list and one of the best-looking. Unrated 16 min Short, Fantasy, Horror.
Frankenstein, a young medical student, trying to create the perfect human being, instead creates a misshapen monster. Director: J. Searle Dawley Stars: Mary Fuller , Charles Ogle , Augustus Phillips.
Votes: 3, The first Frankenstein film, this silent short from the Edison Company may develop the story's doppelgänger theme better than any of the features listed here.
It does so with a mirror motif and by adding elements of the "Jekyll and Hyde" story. The creature's creation within a cauldron is also unlike any other since.
Unrated 92 min Horror, Sci-Fi. After being reanimated, Baron Frankenstein transfers the soul of an executed young man into the body of his lover, prompting her to kill the men who wronged them.
Director: Terence Fisher Stars: Peter Cushing , Susan Denberg , Thorley Walters , Robert Morris. Votes: 4, The fourth Frankenstein film by Hammer, it's easily the best film I've yet seen from that studio, and that's because its narrative is an intelligent and novel reworking of the misogynistic male fantasy of mother-less birth inherent in Shelley's story.
Not only does this Frankenstein create woman, he creates her to control her via the transferring of a man's soul within her body.
Plus, Martin Scorsese, in his assessment of the film, might not be wrong to call the soul capture scene "sublime.
R min Drama, Horror, Romance. When the brilliant but unorthodox scientist Dr. Victor Frankenstein rejects the artificial man that he has created, the Creature escapes and later swears revenge.
Director: Kenneth Branagh Stars: Robert De Niro , Kenneth Branagh , Helena Bonham Carter , Tom Hulce. Kenneth Branagh's film is operatic, with its focus on dancing, a swooping camera, set designs that prominently feature a large ballroom and staircase, and, of course, the music.
That it's one of the more faithful adaptations is secondary to its rendering the novel cinematically. Otherwise, there's more focus here on romance compared to the book, and the unique creation scenes are highly suggestive of masturbation.
R min Biography, Drama. The last days of Frankenstein Director James Whale are explored. Director: Bill Condon Stars: Ian McKellen , Brendan Fraser , Lynn Redgrave , Lolita Davidovich.
This semi-fictional biopic of James Whale, the director of the above and films, aptly explores the analogy of Whale's budding friendship with and homosexual desires for his gardener with that of the male relationships in his film "Bride of Frankenstein.
Unrated 83 min Horror, Sci-Fi. Needing money, the last of the Frankensteins leases his castle out to a film company as he tries to complete his ancestor's gruesome experiments at creating life.
Director: Howard W. Koch Stars: Boris Karloff , Tom Duggan , Jana Lund , Don 'Red' Barry. Votes: Another self-reflexive Frankenstein film, this B-picture is about a TV crew who rent Frankenstein's castle for their program about his ancestor's experiments in reanimation.
Little do they know, Karloff's mad scientist is continuing the family business. Sure, this film suffers from some B-picture aesthetics, bad dialogue and a mummy-like creature, but the castle and the lab look great, and Karloff lifts the entire project with some well-seasoned ham.
Judging by its current 4. R min Drama, Horror, Mystery. Lord Byron, poet Percy Shelley, his future wife, Mary Shelley writing Frankenstein and others spend the summer of together.
This is another overly-maligned film, but that's largely the fault of Miramax, who distributed it on home video with some 30 minutes cut out.
Nevertheless, it's the most-fully realized film about the creation of the novel by Mary Shelley, with a firm grasp of its Romantic era setting, as reflected by its appropriate musical score, philosophical underpinnings, lush production design and focus on nature.
Plus, having Frankenstein's creature come to life as an apparition who haunts Mary's life, which, indeed, was full of tragic deaths, is brilliant.
And, yes, Hugh Grant and Elizabeth Hurley became lovers here, on screen and off. R min Comedy, Musical. A newly-engaged couple have a breakdown in an isolated area and must seek shelter at the bizarre residence of Dr.
Director: Jim Sharman Stars: Tim Curry , Susan Sarandon , Barry Bostwick , Richard O'Brien. This is an event more than a film, to be shared at midnight screenings with rowdy audiences dressed up and participating in the performance.
That said, it's an interesting and transgressive if stagy adaptation and a rock musical that has earned its cult status.
Leading the fabulous cast, Tim Curry plays the mad scientist Frank-n-Furter, "a Sweet Transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania.
PG min Action, Adventure, Fantasy. The famed monster hunter is sent to Transylvania to stop Count Dracula, who is using Dr.
Frankenstein's research and a werewolf for nefarious purposes. Director: Stephen Sommers Stars: Hugh Jackman , Kate Beckinsale , Richard Roxburgh , Shuler Hensley.
While its X-Men's Wolverine meets Bram Stoker's Dracula gets most of the attention in this postmodern monster rally, there's a nice black-and-white homage to the film in the beginning, and the creature is portrayed as an absinthe-induced creation with a visibly green electrical brain.
This is the most visually spectacular of this century's digital movies to employ 19th-century Gothic horror literature for CGI-filled, action-packed summer blockbusters.
R 95 min Horror, Sci-Fi. Baron Frankenstein creates two "zombies" - one male, one female - planning to mate them in order to create a master race.
I think it will thrill you. It may shock you. It might even horrify you. So if any of you feel that you Alternate Versions A few early original prints were color-tinted in green hyped as "the color of fear" in publicity releases.
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Escondido Canyon Rd. Adam's cells fail to replicate correctly and he soon develops deformities on his face and body.
Frankenstein attempts to euthanize his creation with lethal injections but Adam thrashes and screams as the chemicals surge through his body.
Victor then chokes him. Later, two scientists attempt to dissect an apparently dead Adam but he regains consciousness and kills both men. Adam escapes into a nearby forest and lives by scavenging.
He adopts a friendly stray dog with whom he travels to the city. In a park he meets a little girl Mckenna Grace and they play a game of throwing sticks into a lake.
Adam, still thinking that it is a game, picks up the girl and throws her into the water as well. She starts to drown, so he jumps in and saves her.
When he brings her to shore, however, two policemen try to arrest him and shoot his barking dog to death.