‘I, Frankenstein’ Review: Aaron Eckhart Lumbers Through Stitched-Together ‘Underworld’ Knock-Off

Mary Shelley gets an acknowledgment in the closing credits of “I, Frankenstein,” and one imagines the legendary author putting down her cup of tea to say, “Yes, well, thank you, but I’d rather you wouldn’t.”

If anyone deserves a shout-out for inspiration, it’s the makers of the “Underworld” series, since this movie slavishly follows that franchise’s formula of supernatural warfare and CG overdose, all post-processed into an ugly monochromatic blue-steel sheen.




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