Watching Danny Boyle's epic production of "Frankenstein," the comparison that springs most readily to mind is "Titanic," but not in the metaphorical sense.
Tuner plays better in the Pantages Theater than Mel Brooks' first legit smash, "The Producers."
Kornel Mundruczo's update of "Frankenstein" is not exactly a Promethean achievement.
Ralph Winter and Terry Botwick are developing a 21st century Frankenstein, acquiring feature rights to Dean Koontz's "Frankenstein" through their 1019 Entertainment banner.
The comedy team battles it out with the studio's roster of bogeymen in a rambunctious fracas that is funny and, at the same time, spine-tingling. Stalking through the piece to add menace are such…