I, Frankenstein

Based on a popular comic, I FRANKENSTEIN takes all we know about Dr. Frankenstein’s monster and
completely blows it away. 200 years after the snowy death of his creator, Frankenstein’s
monster is rescued from a demon attack by an angelic gargoyle order charged
with saving mankind. He is given the name Adam and welcomed by the gargoyles
but instead decides to go it on his own for a couple hundred years and take his
anger issues out on any demon he can find. 
This one does have on plot issue
that really didn’t quite blend with the rest of the movie. When the gargoyles
first approach Adam he is embraced basically right away, but there is one huge
reason he should not have been and it wasn’t really addressed properly. The
problem wasn’t that he was created from 
the parts of a dozen dead men either. Without this issue however we lose
some of the deeper messages in this story so I will leave that to you to figure
out. Ultimately a message about how our actions ultimately make up who we are
and not our beginnings. Above the layers of human drama (Frankenstein’s coming
to grip with his creation and betraying it), suffering (over 200 years of Adam
coming to the realization that he was more than a monster, more than his first
actions when he came to life), rage (the almost impossible challenge of
trusting when all that you have faced has labeled you something for your mistakes),
loss (never knowing what it was like to be loved) and redemption this movie
actually has some amazing action sequences that make it worth its weight in
gold if you just came to see what was in the previews.
Of all the movies in
this genre, some of which are better in my eyes, this one had by far the best
most satisfying wrap up of them all. In spite of its name sake this movie is
far more unique than a lot of what we are seeing these days. In fact, it’s what the
movie fans of this genre have been screaming for.  Also for anyone that had an issue with the
name of the movie, this flick actually takes time to appease your criticism
concerning that.

I give this movie a 6
out of 7. Rating Definition – A SPECTACULAR MARVEL OF AWESOMENESS THAT MAKES
CUTE CAT VIDEOS LOOK LIKE THE HUGEST WASTE OF YOUR TIME IN HISTORY. This is the
movie that you will try and walk by at the store and not be able to. You will
buy it forgetting you already have it. Then one day a friend will come to your
house. They will tell you how much they love this movie and you won’t even tell
them you have 2 in your collection. Because you can’t give it up. You have to
have 2. 

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