Lisa Frankenstein Review

Yes, this movie is definitely a comedy horror with elements of romance. It reminds me of ‘The Bride of Frankenstein,’ where we see the main character, Lisa, unfortunately witnessing her mother’s death. She has to move in with her dad, who is now married to a new woman. Lisa becomes close to her new step-sister, who tries to help her become popular.

Lisa, however, is a true goth girl, hanging out by gravesides, dressing uniquely, and keeping to herself. Despite her step-sisters efforts, Lisa remains true to herself. She loves the graveside because it’s where she feels most comfortable and falls in love with a young man from one grave.

Lightning strikes, and he comes alive, resembling Frankenstein’s monster. Lisa, alone at home one day, encounters him and tries to teach the monster good. The story unfolds with Lisa discovering the monster’s identity and her journey to self-discovery. I won’t spoil the end, but it’s an interesting twist on the ‘wife of Frankenstein’ concept.

Instead of the typical rivalry, the movie portrays the two sisters caring for each other, ending on a positive note. The romance has funny and silly moments, but there are also intense and hard scenes. Overall, it’s an interesting film, and I can see it becoming popular in pop culture with quotes and references.

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