As the 2014 Sundance Film Festival winds down, the Hollywood movies keep churning out.
The studio didn't screen "I, Frankenstein" for critics - not a surprise for a movie from the producers of the "Underworld" films (which almost invariably arrived in theaters without critics seeing them first). This one stars Aaron Eckhart as a very buff creature, caught in the middle of a war between supernatural clans.
The other studio entry is "Gimme Shelter," a scattershot inspirational drama that follows the plight of a homeless pregnant teen (Vanessa Hudgens) who seeks out her long-lost father (Brendan Fraser). The movie goes through its share of Lifetime Movie cliches, but there are some nice moments when Hudgens' character meets the no-nonsense operator (Ann Dowd) of a shelter for pregnant teens.