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Frankenstein 2007 123movies

Oct. 24, 200790 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A gripping re-telling of Mary Shelley’s gothic masterpiece. Set a few years into the future, Dr Victoria Frankenstein works on an advanced stem cell research project.
Plot: Frankenstein is a 2007 British television film produced by Impossible Pictures for ITV. It was written and directed by Jed Mercurio, adapted from Mary Shelley’s original novel to a present-day setting. Dr. Victoria Frankenstein, a female geneticist, accidentally creates a monster while growing her son’s clone from stem cells as an organ donor in an effort to prevent his imminent death.
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Almost good
This movie presents an interesting twist on the old story… but without the genius of Shelly’s tale. It simply presents the original question: are there areas in which science should not venture? However it fails to answer that question, or even present it in a viable format. The name Frankenstein doesn’t even apply here. Rather than a creation of intent this is an incident of accident. Lacking someone to blame then, the viewer is left with the question of what point the film maker is trying to make, besides the obvious. The answer at the end of the film is: none.

I do believe it’s rather well-done as it stands on its own. The story is somewhat riveting once it gets started. There are some areas near the beginning of excessive slowness (how many scenes do we need of someone walking slowly toward an oddly unlocked-door?), but once they get past that stage it keeps the viewer wondering what is going to happen next.

What happens next though is that the story goes nowhere. Without spoiling the film, it comes down to the end with just a great big question mark… but no reason to ask the question. In the book there was no doubt: the doctor was the real monster (after all, Frankenstein is the name of the doctor, not the creature). In this presentation there is no monster to speak of. The doctor had no intent of creation, the creature has the mentality of a cornered wild animal, and the government (normally the real monster in such films) is put in a situation that it can only deal with things one way, and it does the best it can under that situation (in typically slimy covert government manner, of course).

In short while the film is interesting it doesn’t come close to having any real impact, nor does it really make a point. As such it falls into the realm of “mediocre” in all areas of production and barely eeks out a 5 from me. The current average rating is even lower than that, which tells me I’m being somewhat generous in giving it 5 stars. The writers and director tried to make a point, but missed the mark and barely skates by on the name of the film… which has nothing to do with the plot or characters. They could have named this “Monster Among Us” and probably done as well… without raising expectations and lowering potential ratings.

Review By: Snootz Rating: 5 Date: 2018-01-17
“It’s alive…” I quite liked it actually.
Frankenstein is set in London where genetic scientist Victoria (Helen McCrory) is working on pioneering stem-cell research, however her young son William is dying & will die unless he gets a multiple organ transplant. Wishing to help her son Victoria uses his DNA in her stem-cell research, she sets up an experiment to genetically create the organs he needs. William dies & Victoria decides to abandon the research but her boss Professor Andrew Waldman (Neil Pearson) feels her work is too important to destroy & carries it on. Unfortunately the DNA starts to mutate, it starts to mutate into some humanoid shaped mutant creature. When a power surge cuts the electric in the laboratory the genetically created mutant creature manages to escape into the night…

Written & directed by Jeb Mercurio I quite liked this despite having little in common with Mary Shelley’s novel from which it takes it’s title. Made for & recently aired on British TV I suppose this got the go ahead after a recent spate of classic horror adaptation including Sweeney Todd (2006) with Ray Winstone, the six part series Jekyll (2007) with James Nesbitt & a feature length Dracula (2006) with David Suchet, however Frankenstein doesn’t have any ‘names’ in it & has little connection with it’s literally source. For a start no-one is called Frankenstein & for that matter the word Frankenstein is never mentioned once. Then there’s the one basic aspect of the novel which the makers of this have seen fit to disregard, the fact that Frankenstein is a man & not a woman. Now, I’m all for equal opportunities for both sexes but Frankenstein is a bloke, he always has been & always will be. Then there’s the fact modern genetic techniques are used to create the monster rather than stitching various body parts together which is fine in itself since this is meant to be a contemporary adaptation. At 75 odd minutes it doesn’t last too long, it moves along at a reasonable pace, it’s pretty entertaining for what it is but it stalls & falters once the Frankenstein monster is captured, there are too many mysterious Government secret service officials dressed in black & I didn’t like the abrupt ending either.

This looks alright, it’s well made but nothing spectacular. The Frankenstein monster is kept hidden for the most part, which once it is actually shown you’ll see why. I suppose the look of the monster is supposed to incite sympathy for it but for most it will probably incite laughter, the actual special effect on it is OK. There’s a brief nod to the original Frankenstein as the monster here has a paralysing device stuck into his neck which resembles the look of a large bolt! This is also one of the few films I’ve seen which actually kills a child on screen, not only does the monster kill a young girl who he tries to befriend after she rejects him (another homage or maybe rip-off to the original Frankenstein (1931)?) but it actually show’s the monster breaking her neck in a sequence which just leaves a bad taste in the mouth. Otherwise there isn’t much gore or violence, a few burnt corpses is as graphic as it gets.

Frankenstein is an OK way to 75 minutes but don’t expect a faithful adaptation because this is anything but, taken in it’s own right it’s decent enough but nothing overly special.

Review By: poolandrews Rating: 5 Date: 2007-10-27

Other Information:

Original Title Frankenstein
Release Date 2007-10-24
Release Year 2007

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min) (including commercials)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated N/A
Genre Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Jed Mercurio
Writer Jed Mercurio
Actors Helen McCrory, James Purefoy, Neil Pearson, Benedict Wong
Country UK
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


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Frankenstein 2007 123movies
Original title Frankenstein
TMDb Rating 3.8 6 votes

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