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Young Frankenstein
Genre: Comedy / Sci-Fi
Director(s): Mel Brooks
Release Date: 14 December 1974
Movie rating: 8.0
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What is the movie Young Frankenstein about?
Made by the best known spoof artist of all times Mel Brooks, “Young Frankenstein” is an affectionate parody of the popular Frankenstein horror movies from the 1930’s. Starring Gene Wilder, who also wrote the script, the film was shot completely in black and white as homage to the original films. It was a critical and commercial success, and today ranks high on the lists of the greatest comedies of all time. Wilder plays the role of Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, a lecturer at a medical school and the grandson of the famous mad scientist. Frederick is ashamed of his family’s past and does his best to disassociate himself from it. After he inherits his family estate in Transylvania, he goes there to inspect the property. There he is met by a number of illustrious characters, and he finds himself more and more interested in his grandfather’s work. As he inspects his grandfather’s lab and reads his journal entries, he decides to take up the family tradition of raising the dead back to life and creating living breathing monsters out of body parts of different people. His dark business puts him at odds with the locals who fear another monster just like the one Frederick’s grandfather once made. Can this ugly situation somehow be resolved with a happy ending?
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Mark Bourne @ 16-Aug-2014 13:55 Report a spam

...an unswervingly funny yet loving and beautifully crafted homage, something more artful and lasting than the usual pull-my-finger farce or focus-grouped Scary Movie lowballer.

Melvin White @ 16-Aug-2014 13:54 Report a spam

This film is shot in black and white and definitely looks like an old horror film. The great gothic look of the movie clashes with the utterly goofy humor of Brooks and Wilder. The movie is extremely entertaining in a way that makes you ask yourself why you like it so much. This is classic Brooks, classic Wilder and classic comedy at its best. Modern spoofs need to take some notes from old Brooks films. It isn't about spoofing as many things in one movie as you can. It is about choosing one subject and completely making it your own in a new signature way. That is what Brooks did here and with Blazing Saddles and that is why he is the master of the spoof.

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