Young Frankenstein (1974)

Frau Blücher! (A horse whinnies) This movie is a ton of fun. It’s like a jolt of electricity right through your brain. Gene Wilder is once again great and he’s surrounded by the beautiful ladies Madeline Kahn and Teri Garr who also add great things to the movie. Marty Feldman really steals the show as Igor (pronounced eye-gore) as he just chews up the scenery in an awesome way. Peter Boyle also was really good as the Monster. There are way too many great jokes to list out in this review so I’ll say my favorite. I love the part where they drop the coffin and the monster’s hand falls out and Gene Wilder has to use that dead hand as his own to fool the Inspector. The movie still looks awesome in its black and white glory. It just isn’t a film to be missed. Well done Mel Brooks.



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