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Underrated late Hammer film, one of the best of the Frankenstein cycle.
Well-crafted and very engaging.
Too many visual experiments simply do not work and, at 132 minutes, it wears out its welcome long before the credits roll. Still, there's a lot to like here. There's still more fantastic than goofy art here. Beagle's screenplay is faithful, efficient and clearly influential on the Peter Jackson films. Had it been intended as three films rather than two, and the live action elements limited to rotoscope, it might really have been something.
Very solid, bonkers widestroke humor, but lacking the little subtleties that might have made it a cult classic.