I, Frankenstein (2014) Movie Review | 4 Critic Reviews | Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy


Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Yvonne Strahovski, Miranda Otto, Socratis Otto, Jai Courtney, Kevin Grevioux, Steve Mouzakis, Aden Young, Deniz Akdeniz, Virginie Le Brun, Goran D


I, Frankenstein PosterStuart Beattie


Kevin Grevioux


Stuart Beattie



Ross Emery


Johnny Klimek, Reinhold Heil

produced by:

Gary Lucchesi, Tom Rosenberg, Richard S. Wright




Sci-Fi, Action

Not Ratedrelease date:

31-January-2014 (India)
run time:
92 Minutes
I, Frankenstein (2014) on IMDb


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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Times of India -Renuka Vyavahare Rating-6
After almost 200 years of his existence and abandonment, Adam - Victor Frankenstein's creature (Aaron Eckhart, effective but monotonous) decides to hunt the very demons who are looking for him. Demon Prince Naberious (Bill Nighy) wants to get hold of Frankenstein's journal and his monster
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  •  DNA -Tushar Joshi Rating-4
An odd attempt to take an old literary classic monster and give him a modern day make over, I, Frankenstein comes across as a sold out attempt to cash in on the super hero franchise. Aaron Eckhart plays the lead role and while he might look the part the script doesn’t give him much meat to chew on.
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  •  Book My Show -Saumya Sharma Rating-2
Whenever the tagline of a film also doubles up as the catchphrase for it, most people would feel that it’s a certain moral obligation to watch the film to know what it is about. However, when you feel disappointed, from the start of the film, there is but little you can do than simply to switch off your mind
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  •  IBN Live -Rajeev Masand Rating-3
The story of Frankenstein's monster has had many incarnations on screen, but perhaps none as clunky as I, Frankenstein, in which the stitched-up soulless creature is presented as a superhero of sorts.Aaron Eckhart stars as mad scientist Victor Frankenstein's doomed creation, Adam.
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