Frankenstein (1931) is the classic Universal horror film loosely based on Mary Shelly's novel. It was directed by James Whale and adapted from a play by Peggy Webling.
DADDY: What did you think of the movie?
LILLY: It was exciting.
DADDY: You thought it was a bit short.
DADDY: I've seen this lots of times and I still love it
DADDY: Who was your favourite character?
LILLY: I liked the mad scientist.
DADDY: I liked Frankenstein (Colin Clive) too, he's nuts!
DADDY: I like the monster (Boris Karloff) more though.
LILLY: You would.
DADDY: What was your favourite moment?
LILLY: I liked the bit when he throws the little girl into the water.
DADDY: That was a surprise.
DADDY: I liked that bit and when Frankenstein realizes his experiment has worked "It's alive, it's alive, it's alive!"
DADDY: Would you recommend this to your friends?
LILLY: No, I don't think they would like it.
DADDY: Yeah perhaps not.
LILLY: I'm giving it ten stars.
DADDY: I'm giving it ten too.
DADDY: I felt a bit sorry for the monster.
LILLY: The same because he didn't have the right brain.
DADDY: You have the same birthday as Boris Karloff which is cool.
LILLY: You are a creepy nerd!