Frankensteins Enkel, ein junger Gehirnchirurg an einer amerikanischen Universität, der, nach Transsylvanien zurückgerufen, das Erbe seines Großvaters antritt und zunächst von dessen Künsten nichts wissen will, bringt schließlich auch ein Monstrum zustande. Eine Parodie des Frankenstein-Mythos.
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…Young Frankenstein, in which Gene Wilder plays the skeptical grandson of Mary Shelley’s protagonist, ranks among both the funniest and the most respectful film parodies ever made. In addition to Wilder’s splendidly frenetic turn, it features rib-tickling work from Brooks’ stock company… brilliant running gags, and one of the all-time great comic set pieces in Frankenstein’s presentation of his Monster, who proceeds to perform "Puttin’ On The Ritz.
"Could be worse. How? Could be raining." REWATCHED AND RE-LOVED. Yes, I could watch Young Frankenstein over and over and never get tired of it. Simply great. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1FLZPFI3jc Now, if you're blue
And you don't know where to go to
Why don't you go where fashion sits
Puttin' on the Ritz
Different types who wear a day coat
Pants with stripes and cutaway coat
Puttin' on the Ritz
a more faithful and straight-faced, loving recreation of universal horror lore than one might expect. viewed immediately after revisiting the frankenstein films of the 1930s, it is downright nostalgic. frau blucher is still one of the best recurring jokes ever.
By far Brooks' finest film, real moments of inspired silliness. Wilder's great parody of 1930s movie acting never fails to delight, and the glorious Cloris Leachman does more with four words than many actors will do with their entire careers.
I've always known that Mel Brooks and Billy Wilder were geniuses, but somehow never came around to watch some of their most famous movies. Today I corrected this and by god am I a better person for it. I need to rewatch it again. Soon.
I thought everyone loved this movie. I'm really surprised to find people on here calling it overrated. I guess those people haven't seen the 1931 Frankenstein, of which this movie is just as much a remake as it is a sequel. Or maybe they just suck.
Accomplished parody of the horror genre, notable for its meticulous directing and great acting performances. Few, if any, of Mel Brooks's films come out so aloof towards his trying-so-hard set of jokes and gags, and here you'll sooner live up with its goofy aura than sheer comedy. Although hardly his funniest, it's a surprisingly cohesive and well paced work.