Franken Bride

By amokinaz
Written October 25, 2012
15 min. break would be better... very stiff when over. AMC is NOT as comfortable as Harkins Movies: Innovative camera angles and special effects for the time. Acting a bit stiff or over-the-top (leftover from silent days) Worth seeing but not again unless home.
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Frankenstein and The Bride

By kissfan7
Written December 21, 2014
Went with my boyfriend and had a great time. Seeing these movies on the big screen gives you a different perspective. I had a Bride of Frankenstein tee shirt on and my boyfriend had Frankenstein. LOVED IT!
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Frankenstein/Bride Of Frankenstein

By Josellas
Written August 04, 2015
I have never seen either of these movies in their entirety. Only snippets here and there on TV. When it was to be featured on the big screen I opted to go see it as it was meant to be seen so long ago. On the big screen. I have to say that I enjoyed it far far more than if I was to watch it on the small screen. I was also initially so enthused about the two movies that I invited a friend to join my wife and I. It was one of the highlights we experienced in the waning months of this year. Joel Tavera
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Double Feature

By Dondesi
Written October 02, 2014
The movies were great! I love this idea and felt honored to be able to see them in a theater. It also gave you a really good sense of how much acting and theater evolved from 1931 to 1939. It was a great night and some great films!
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One thing stopped it from being a fantastic experience

By mjbare
Written March 27, 2015
The theater I attended did not show the introduction with Robert Osborn and Sara Karloff and others. Now, Fandango and the theater are going back and forth on the refund I requested. Otherwise, the movies themselves were fantastic, especially on the big screen! Michael
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