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Otherworldly action thriller directed by Stuart Beattie and starring Aaron Eckhart and Bill Nighy. 200 years on from his formation, Dr. Frankenstein (Aden Young)'s immortal creation Adam (Eckhart) still walks the earth. Caught in the middle of a war between the benevolent Gargoyles led by Leonore (Miranda Otto) and malevolent demonic forces who are hunting him down, Adam is forced to confront those who seek to exploit his unnatural ability to live forever and put an end to their aim of destroying mankind...
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As for the 3D part people always blame the movie for poor quality but actualy do not have the correct settings set on their equipment
as for picture quality in 3D it is 3D all the way through not just a few parts of the movie like alot of dvds and cinema movies seem to be and for £3 what have you got to loose
'Victor' died trying to find his creation to exact revenge for the death of his wife at
the hands of the creature, however 'Victor' had frozen to death in his pursuit.
The 'Demon Prince' failed to capture 'Victor's' creature back then because of the
intervention of 'Mankind's' protectors, 'The Gargoyles' who fight off the 'Demons'
the Prince had sent.
The Gargoyle Queen gives the creature a name 'Adam'
'Adam hides himself away until present day when he returns into civilization, he finds
things are very different today.
The Demon Prince 'Naberius' (Bill Nighty) after all these years still wants to capture
'Adam' ( Aaron Eckhart) to examine how he was brought to life by 'Victor' all those
years ago, 'Naberius' has an army of tens of thousands of corpses to bring back to life
under his command, at this stage 'Naberius' is unaware that 'Victor's' journal has survived
down the years.
The 'Gargoyles' lead as before by 'Leonore' (Miranda Otto) come to aid again of 'Adam'
'Adam' needs answers he befriends the scientist 'Terra' who is working at 'Naberius's'
Lab, but is unaware of who her boss really is.
If the corpses are given life, 'Mankind' could be wiped out, 'Adam' finds himself embroiled
in a deadly battle of 'Good against Evil'
(This release is in both 3-D and 2-D)
The film is jam-packed with stunning special effects, the 'Gargoyles' and 'Demons' a work
of art to behold, terrific battle/action scenes.....Many Critic's and Reviewers have slated
this spectacle, well, the film was made to entertain.......it certainly entertained me, put me
in mind of the '2004' 'Hugh Jackman' - 'Kate Beckinsale' movie 'VAN HELSING'
I'd say, if you enjoy fantasy adventure movies....This could well be worth watching at least.
Special Features -
* Audio Commentary by Co-Writer/Director - 'Stuart Beatie'
* Audio Commentary by Film Makers 'Gavy Lucchesi' - 'Richard Wright' - 'James Mcquaid'
and - 'Keith Grevoux'
* Creating a Monster - Featurette.
* Frankenstein's Creature - Featurette.
Bill Nighy is, naturally, a feature of the film, and he does the best he can with the lines he's given. Many of the characters seem rather shallow and the acting is stilted at times. At first, I couldn't work out why so many of the actors and the settings were familiar until I realised that it was filmed in Melbourne, my home town. If you're a Melburnian, look out for the Collins Street tram, a scene at the water window of the Arts Centre and what seem to be glimpses of Flinders Lane.
The 3D version is a conversion from the original film which was shot in 2D, but the final effect is fairly convincing.
Enjoy it as a good looking bit of gothic fun and don't expect Academy award performances.
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