movie review: Frankenstein
This movie even though it was made back in the early 70's is one of the best redentions of the classic Mary Shelley novel. What made this movie so good was the emphasis on character not on the horror. Leonard Whiting, Jane Seymour, David McCallum and James Mason were outstanding in their roles, but the real star was MIchael Sarrazin. His portrayal of the creature was endearing. He took a character that usually was deemed horrifying and turned him into an individual with heart, soul and love for his creator/father. Very touching story.