The Wolfman
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Upon his return to his ancestral homeland, an American man is bitten, and subsequently cursed by, a werewolf.... (Full plot summary below)

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Upon his return to his ancestral homeland, an American man is bitten, and subsequently cursed by, a werewolf.

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Entertainment Weekly - 8/10 by Owen GleibermanDel Toro, with his melancholy-brute features, endows this raging beast with some of the ''Why me?'' poignance you may remember from Lon Chaney Jr.'s performance in the original.
Chicago Tribune - 8/10 by Michael PhillipsDoggedly, or rather wolfishly, the film doesn't go in for camp or mirth, at least until its misjudged and semi-endless wolf-on-wolf climax.
Chicago Sun-Times - 6/10 by Roger EbertThe Wolfman avoids what must have been the temptation to update its famous story. It plants itself securely in period, with a great-looking production set in 1891.
Boston Globe - 6/10 by Ty BurrThe movie is by no means good but it’s surprisingly enjoyable: a misty, moody Saturday-matinee monster-chiller-horror special.
Observer - 6/10 by Rex ReedBut the direction by Joe Johnston (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids) sacrifices originality for computer graphics and stop-motion camera tricks, and the script, by Andrew Kevin Walker and David Self, bulges with real howlers: “I didn’t know you hunted monsters.” “Sometimes monsters hunt you!”
Premiere - 6/10 by John DeVoreIsn’t like a lot of modern horror movies. It’s not about torture, or dead children, or weepy vampires with great hair. It’s an attempt to reinvent the monster movie, which we're all about. It’s too bad it couldn’t have been contemporized. Period movies can so easily become parodies of portentousness, and that’s what happens with this one.
Boxoffice Magazine - 6/10 by Ray GreeneBenicio Del Toro looks even more like Lon Chaney Sr. than Chaney Jr. did, and he’s a far better actor than the previous Wolf Man.
New York Daily News - 6/10 by Joe NeumaierIf you're going to pick the werewolf as your favorite monster, there's a lot to appreciate in the shaggy, imperfect but still fun new version of The Wolf Man.
Orlando Sentinel - 6/10 by Roger MooreThe matter-of-fact way everybody involved faces this supernatural horror drains most of the chills right out of it.
New York Post - 6/10 by Kyle SmithAs a spooky midnight movie, The Wolfman is worth curling up with.

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