Compare And Contrast Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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In the film “Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein” directed by Kenneth Branagh was based on the book “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley. Victor, the main protagonist, is against the adversary monster he has created. The movie as I consider should earn a “D-” for there was excessive flaws upon the based of the novel, however, few key points was correctly shown that would flow the movie.
The book portrays Victor Frankenstein as he was the only one working to the creation of the monster with no other acknowledgement of creating the monster, however, in the movie Professor Waldman have had Victor motivated upon the discovery of his(Waldman) works in which the works have helped him create the monster. During the death of her newly wed Elizabeth, in the movie,
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In Ingolstadt, she almostly discovered Victor’s secrets. During the incident(movie), where the monster have escaped from Ingolstadt and was brought to a farm in which he hides in a pig coop, he learns the sounds of instruments from the blind man playing a flute and languages from the teaching of the mom to her child of how to read. This was correctly portrayed because when the monster have helped the blind man from the landlord following he was beaten with a walking step causing him to be hatred to his creator where he promise to revenge against Victor. The grade “D-” is suited with the movie which I consider due too many flaws in the movie where scenes were untrue based on the novel. With the flow of the movie, it would still be a must-watch movie, even though, there’s excessive flaws. The characterization is very pleasing, they were describe correctly, adding to this the monster(Robert De Niro) was very
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