I, Frankenstein (Stuart Beattie 2014)

MV5BMjM3Mzk2MDU3N15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTgwMzg1NTI4MDE@._V1_SX640_SY720_and so anyway it turns out that the best thing about I, Frankenstein (2014) is not (the German) Victor Frankenstein’s misbegotten scheme two centuries ago in Ingolstadt (Germany) to add an extra layer of security to the details of his reanimation process by writing his journal in English so no one could read it, but that very kindly, just over halfway through the movie, Aaron Eckhart takes the time to reassure the viewer that ‘whatever happens, it ends tonight’, which was frankly a relief…

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