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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (2017)

| Horror, Sci-Fi | 2017 (USA)
The good and evil within humanity collide in a horrific confrontation in this faithful retelling of Stevenson's classic story.


B. Luciano Barsuglia (adaptation), Robert Louis Stevenson (original story)
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Credited cast:
Gianni Capaldi ... Mr. Hyde
Shaun Paul Piccinino ... Dr. Henry Jekyll
David Beatty ... Mr. Gabriel John Utterson
William McNamara ... Bradshaw
Margaret O'Brien ... Ms. Stevenson
Mickey Rooney ... Mr. Louis
Vernon Wells ... Mr. Enfield
Elissa Dowling ... Maude
Randal Malone Randal Malone ... Mr. Poole
Sierra Barsuglia Sierra Barsuglia ... Girl
Daron McFarland ... Mr. Guest
Jed Rowen ... Dr. Lanyon
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Zan Alda Zan Alda ... Inspector Newcomen
Diane Baldwin ... Gillian
Michael Beardsley ... Lord Nathaniel


The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is really just as much the story of Gabriel John Utterson, a lawyer and good friend of Dr. Henry Jekyll. More importantly, Utterson is a Victorian Gentleman, who is guided by a chivalry-like code to remain loyal to his friends and maintain his status in society. It is loyalty that drives Utterson to play detective in an effort to protect Jekyll from the malicious and scheming Mr. Hyde. Eventually, Utterson finds himself introduced to a world that he is neither ready to enter nor accept. The story takes place in Victorian-era England, after the Industrial Revolution. Utterson, a lawyer, and true Victorian Gentleman, discovers that his long-time friend, Dr. Henry Jekyll, has become involved with a mysterious and dangerous man named Edward Hyde. Jekyll is a tall, handsome man with a very high social status, which he is expected to maintain. Hyde is a complete opposite, short and vulgar, with an unidentifiable deformity. Utterson knows that in ... Written by BLB Media

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Actor Vernon Wells, who plays Mr. Enfield in this film version of the story, previously played Dr. Dennis Lanyon in a 2006 adaptation of the novel. See more »

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Pretty good for a low budget adaptation
19 April 2018 | by PhilPackerSee all my reviews

Okay, first off, if I'm comparing this to a movie I'd see in theater's that cost 100 million dollars, then it's a 5 or 6, but I get that this is a low budget adaptation. I love the book and I like checking out movies with the Jekyll and Hyde influence. One of my favorite's is FIGHT CLUB. Is this FIGHT CLUB, no, of course not. But one of the things I like best about that movie is that they use two different actors to represent the split personality.

If you've ever actually read the the book Jekyll and Hyde, then you would understand that there is an actual physical transformation and Stevenson treats Jekyll and Hyde as two different characters. I like that this version took a chance and did something out of the norm and used two different actors.

It moves pretty slow, but the pacing is comfortable and compares to the book. It's a great adaptation, and a pretty good low budget movie.

I get the reviews that knock thsi for being too low budget and I get the reviews that praise it for being a good adaptation. It's probably somehwere in between. I liked it.

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