I saw the movie Wolfman on Sunday and thought the movie was thrilling, scary and romantic. The midevil setting was perfect and I recommend it for viewing.
I done a Hub reviewing the Wolfman last week - loved it brilliant show - glad you enjoyed it - hope you are having a good day today
previews and mixed to bad reviews totally turned me off of this one...i'll be waiting for the DVD it looks like a campy joke
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I personally have not seen the movie. Hence, the reason for my giving other people's review, because I have no knowledge of it.
Anthony Hopkins somehow manages to still look good in this mess of a movie. Sloppy directing, some really bad acting (and some great acting - even with bad exposition,) and some awesome special FX. Would make a better video game than a movie.
I saw it and hated it and not because they made the Wolfman look like Teen Wolf.
I thought the whole story lacked passion and true character development. I never FELT for anyone in the movie. Therfore with no emotional connection it was just a story. And athough it seemed to drag on forever, I sat through to the very end. Afterwards I got up, forgot completely about it, and haven't spoken of it since (until now).
I don't think it's a movie I'll be watching again.
I have watched both its theatrical and extended versions and have found it, in many ways, better than the original. But, it did have one flaw: its hurried post-production tied different story-lines to each making the plot inconsistent. Examples of this are Lawrence's vision of the feral Indian child, and the confusion of how Lawrence answered his brother's bride's request for help.
I found the film to be more evocative than frightening, and this due to very quick action sequences, lack of build up in suspense, and the poor reasoning skills of the Jack-The_Ripper investigator.
On the 'plus' side, Anthony Hopkins' old Scotsman performance - which was quite complex and foreboding, and Emily Blunt's convincing end performance, which made up for my wondering why she'd been chosen earlier.
If you have seen the extended DVD version, you will know that a great, almost magical, scene had been cut out of both versions; that of the operetta performance. I imagine that the deadline was the reason for this - to which I reply, if you are going to do something, take the time to do it right.
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