Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley wrote one of the most important and influential novels in history, "Frankenstein; Or, The Modern Prometheus." Now, she's the subject of a well-intentioned but subpar new biopic, starring Elle Fanning ("The Neon Demon") in the title role.
William Bibbiani calls the film "as dramatically inert as a high school oral book report," and argues that "Mary Shelley deserves better than 'Mary Shelley.'"
Read: William Bibbiani Reviews "Mary Shelley" at The Wrap
Witney Seibold says the film "has flashes of insight, and glimpses of sensuousness, but ends up in the realm of the purely conventional."
Read: Witney Seibold Reviews "Mary Shelley" at IGN
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