I, FrankensteinI, Frankenstein is done based on the graphic novel of Kevin Grievioux author. The film is set in a world where demons and monsters join together the battle for ultimate power in an ancient city. On the road to discover the secret of his immortality, Adam Frankenstein notice that he increasingly trapped between two forces.Keywords:
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Kevin GreviouxBirthdate: 9 September 1962, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Critic Reviews of "I, Frankenstein"
Chicago ReaderJanuary 30, 2014
This novel premise quickly gives way to lots of chaotic action, though there are numerous incidental pleasures throughout.
ReelViewsJanuary 26, 2014
It's no fun. Everyone takes this way too seriously.
NewsdayJanuary 26, 2014
What the film doesn't have is a sense of humor.
Philadelphia InquirerJanuary 26, 2014
The special effects are pretty good and the fight scenes are adequate. But the film loses steam in the fourth act ...
Boston GlobeJanuary 26, 2014
Stitches up Aaron Eckhart's chiseled face like a baseball cover, sticks him in a hoodie, and promptly crashes, thanks to a complete inability to resist awful, overdone dialogue and faux-lofty exposition.
AV ClubJanuary 24, 2014
If the film is made with the understanding that campiness needs to be straight-faced to be funny, then are its "unintentional" laughs really that unintentional?
The Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)March 10, 2017
Stabbing along at a plodding 90 minutes, I, Frankenstein is toothless and dull, with no fun to be found, a PG-rated Saturday morning cartoon at best. Keep swinging, Eckhart.
CinemixtapeApril 14, 2016
Writer-director Stuart Beattie and his cast and crew tear into their bad idea with vigor.
Independent Online (South Africa)March 04, 2016
Whether in 2D or 3D, it does not have enough of a plot to intrigue or the character development to keep your attention off the clichés, derivative designs and that there is way too much CGI.
ChrisStuckmann.comApril 23, 2015
The effects are poor, the dialogue is laughable, and despite Aaron Eckhart's valiant efforts, the whole thing feels like a cheesy TV movie.
Cinema CrazedOctober 23, 2014
Here's hoping there's no follow-up to the amazingly dull adventures of Frankenstein's Monster.
Birmingham MailOctober 10, 2014
It takes less than four minutes to realise that this Underworld-style, graphic novel adaptation won't keep anyone in the audience sitting bolt upright for long.
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