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Frankenstein [Blu-ray] [UK Region Spanish Import]
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The actors are amazing. HOWEVER AMAZON ADVERTISES IT AS 240MIN THOUGH ON THE BACK OF THE DVD IS SAYS 168MINS. Other than that it is well woth buying and watching. i have watched hundreds of times already.
It is presented in two parts, coming in at just under three hours in total. There is also a brief "making of" featurette and a trailer.
Cover not in english on other DVD but DVD audio is in english so your be able to watch it.
I must say I am very disappointed with the UK 10th anniversary re-release of Frankenstein starring Luke Goss. The picture quality is terrible. It's too dark, far too dark. As a long time fan of this version of Frankenstein this is the worst video picture quality I've ever seen for it. I know the American version by heart and have the Dutch DVD and Asian DVD, and Italian DVD and Spanish Blue Ray so I know how much better the picture quality used to be. If you wish to watch the 2004 Hallmark version of Frankenstein starring Luke Goss stick to the older DVDs. This one has surprisingly awful picture quality. It's like someone left the contrast too high. There are scenes that are very hard to see that used to be very easy to see.
Well, disc 2 has slightly better picture quality. I wonder if there's a defect with the first disc. It's like the contrast was too high. I'd seen that on old VHS tapes but never DVD. Disc 1 is nearly unwatchable. I think I'll stick with my American DVD.
I contacted Kaleidoscope home entertainment about this issue and even sent them screen grabs.
I hope they do not intend to leave it as is under the assumption that those who have never watched the American version would not notice the difference. There are scenes so dark all I can see are the glisten of teeth. And their second disc (quality wise) looks nothing like this overly-dark part 1 disc.
I have poor eye sight and I can tell there's something very wrong without even referencing the original American DVD. This isn't right. I would not have been able to follow the movie without the original American DVD to serve as reference.Read more ›
It is simplified and romanticised - Mary Shelley may have been romantic about Shelley but not about her creations - but covers all her interests and arguments, as well as giving life to characters she only partially sketched in the book. What's also good is that it is set in the right period - very early in the 1800s - and thus brings home the amazing imaginative power of a young woman with no scientific education [Though she had plainly read Erasmus Darwin's work, and quotes him in her first paragraph.]
It has scenes of great beauty and seriousness, well acted by every actor - especially William Hurt.
The valley of Chamounix was understandably replaced by n economical ruin of a Slovakian castle, but it was romantic and large scale in a way true to the gothic style of the writing.
Like the book it was a little over-long, and occasionally the script did not achieve what it set out to achieve - eg in the creature's learning experiences.
Very enjoyable at many levels. Four stars because the image on screen is often very dark, and because the photography needed to be be more varied - it was too often all at eye-level.
Buy it and see. Especially if you want an easy access to the book
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Luke Goss makes a fantastic monster. Quite in alignment with Mary Shelly's book. Excellent script, well acted. Tragic and horrific. Read morePublished 25 days ago by young skywalker
More true to the book, still some omissions which may have made it better such as the camp fire scene and Victor's trip to Scotland, but overall far better than any other version I... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark Slade
clever drama of the creation of Frankenstein and not the universal hokum . really enjoyedPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
sticks to the real story good to use for my students studying this novel.Published 10 months ago by nee-nee