I Frankenstein 2014 3D hollywood movie reviews


Forget everything you thought you knew about Frankenstein’s monster. After delving into werewolves and vampires in the Underworld franchise, writer/actor/comic-writer Kevin Grevioux has concocted a new angle on this long misunderstood monster with I, Frankenstein, based on his comic of the same name. Stuart Beattie co-writes and directs this fantasy/sci-fi thriller that stars Aaron Eckhart as Frankenstein’s monster. Cast out of human society, he’s a soulless wretch who unwittingly becomes the focal point of a holy war between divine gargoyles and evil demons.

Our theatrical review will weigh in on whether or not this new release is worth your time, while this column will focus solely on the film’s use of 3D. Considering seven separate categories, To 3D Or Not To 3D evaluates the full scope of the 3D viewing experience. Think of it as a consumer’s guide for your movie-going, complete with a viewers poll where you can weigh in on how you plan to see I, Frankenstein.

As an action-packed adventure that boasts exploding demons and gargantuan gargoyles that hurl themselves from high perches into the fray of battle, I, Frankenstein seems a great basis for 3D. However, its main locations–a dingy, vaguely European city–doesn’t offer much in the way of grandeur that would be greatly enhanced by the device.


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