‘VIEWS FROM A BURNING WINDMILL: The Grapes of Wrath
The online movie watching diary/review roundup of LA FRANKENSTEIN. Follow my cinematic journey from the glimmering towers of Hollywood’s greatest filmmaking achievements, to the stinking needle strewn alley of the schlockiest straight to video crap. The next time you can’t decide what to watch, check back here. You’re sure to find something new to love…or hate…or both! ~L.A. Frankenstein
TITLE: The Grapes of Wrath
YEAR/RUNNING TIME: 1940/129 min
DIRECTOR: John Ford
STARRING: Henry Fonda, John Carradine
GENRE TAGS: Drama, Classic, Literature
FRANKEN SCORE: 5
GENRE RELATIVITY SCORE: 5
SYNOPSIS: Wow…this movie is B.A.D. BAD. It IS also pretty amusing though, in a “Someone cast Eddie Deezen as a Heavy” sort of way. Yup, somehow THE 80’s nerd character actor is one of the bullies who pick on our poor protagonist. Billy finds an alien laser gun in the desert that attaches itself to his arm and begins to transform him into a space creature. It also makes him a dickhead that laserblasts people with little provocation. Super cheap movie DOES at least have some pretty cool scenes with stop motion alien lizard men. Amusingly bad at times, it’s not for viewing solo or sober.
TAGLINE: The thousands who have read the book will know why WE WILL NOT SELL ANY CHILDREN TICKETS to see this picture”
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