Frankenthumb (2002)

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The classic story of Frankenstein's Monster comes to life in this thumbtastic film


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Director:

David Bourla

Writer:

Steve Oedekerk

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8 March 2006 | MartinHafer
8
| excellent brainless fun!
While you might think my above comment is negative, it surely isn't--we all sometimes need a good laugh at really goofy and stupid films. And, when I need a chuckle, this film is just the answer--with lots of excellent moments.

The film is one of a series of really cheesy but highly entertaining THUMB movies--where human thumbs are given computer generated faces and costumes and do wonderful parodies of movies. While this isn't the best of them (I'd give that nod to THUMB WARS or THUMBTANIC), it is one of the better ones. I also appreciate that this is a short that will appeal to both adults (provided they are not too straight-laced) and kids. So, pop it in an have a good silly laugh!

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Genres

Animation | Comedy | Horror | Short | Sci-Fi

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Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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