Wolf

BBB

(out of 5)


is on a dark, winding road when his car leaves him stranded in an abandoned field and he is attacked by ravenous wolves. The next day he starts noticing hair in funny places on his body and can suddenly hear what’s going on in his office building thirty floors above him. Then the real trouble starts: with each full moon, murders begin to pop up in Central Park, caused by a vicious beast that no one can make head nor tails of (literally!). gives the film a lot of glamour as the love interest, a wealthy benefactor’s daughter who sympathizes with Nicholson’s plight to return to normality, and the supporting cast is rounded out by , (who has the film’s best lines) and . Nothing spectacular, but fun enough if you do commit yourself to it.


USA, 1994

Directed by

Screenplay by ,

Cinematography by

Produced by

Music by

Production Design by ,

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

One thought on “Wolf

  1. Michelle Pfeiffer didn’t have much to do in Wolf but is still good within. She does that animal lust lurking within the perfect human specimen thing really well: Ladyhawke, Batman Returns, Wolf and Dangerous Liaisons. On a more superficial note of when she was at her most beautiful, I submit that it was as Laura Alden in Wolf.

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