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Sting tries his hand at acting. Note comment section, please.
on April 4, 2016
This take on the "Frankenstein" story was okay...for many of you out there that recognize Sting from back in his heyday as a singer-songwriter (remember Synchronicity? Ring any bells? Okay, some people will really get a kick out of this bizarre adaptation of the Frankenstein story...Um, unless you are really sensitive about feminism. If Sting was trying to portray his character as a tyrannical, arrogant, giant @$$) well, he NAILED it! Long story short. Dr Stingenstein creates the monster. Then the Dr. promises his monster a wife. So he, creates a monster-mate... But Stingenstien really out does him self. She turns out to be a real knockout-gorgeous-woman that is totally innocent. A blank slate. She is the perfect woman. So, Dr. Stingenstien, welches on his promise and keeps Babestien for himself and kicks Ol' Bolthead out on his ear! This timeless classic is...different, not great, but okay. Honestly I watched this one because I am trying to find another particular version from the late seventies? But I can't seem to find it. For the life of me I can't remember the actors name that played the "monster" in the one I'm looking for. Here is one thing I do remember: the actor that plays the handsome monster in this forgotten vid: I'm trying to find played in another weird old movie: The Reincarnation of Peter Proud? Ring any bells? Anyone? Please leave me a comment. I'd appreciate it.