The story of Frankenstein has always been one of the more interesting of the original horror. The monster is basically a form of zombie that is made up of several different people that ends up making him quite powerful. Anyways most of the time they make these stories pretty entertaining. I also liked the Igor movie so seeing as this sort of has the aspect of being from his perspective makes it a little more interesting that most adaptations. I guess the only difference being there aren't multiple Igors and creators. Paul McGuigan is an okay director. I didn't much like Lucky Number Slevin, but I enjoyed Push. Dude Max Landis wrote this? Each movie I have seen from him leaves me wanting more! Chronicle and American Ultra were badass! Anyways now let's get to the point at hand. I swear a lot of movies these days have narration and/or opening text. Yeah most people think Frankenstein is the monster's name lol. Well I can already tell this is going to be one of Daniel Radcliffe's weirdest roles. Wow the design and look of it all feels like it should be a Tim Burton film the only thing missing are his usuals. Okay that was pretty damn cool. Man these guys are bigger assholes than I believed. Yeah I don't think I've ever seen Dr. Frankenstein as a badass so that's new. It must be unpleasant having to work in that position for so long. Oh that was just disgusting lol! So what is he some kind of Sherlock wannabe haha? This really works as a steampunk sort of story. I really dig James McAvoy as the legendary mad scientist. Oh that was pretty neat. Lmao what the hell? That reaction was priceless too! I swear the way he tries to gives speeches is similar to me. I mean I can deal with acting, but for some reason presentations or speeches get to my nerves. Well that's gotta be pretty awkward. Wow this CGI is incredible! That's a nice twisted twist. Dude I respected your intelligence until your brought about the assholiness. I can't say that was predictable. Now for the part of the story we are quite familiar with yay! See someone always screws up a situation. Lol well nice try man. That was definitely different than I thought it would be. I liked the new angle this develops from. Everyone plays their role nicely specifically James McAvoy. The writing was great as I expected from Max Landis. I think this would have been even better than it is if the director had been different. Anyways it was still pretty good in my opinion.