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The Wolfman

Though absent from his ancestral home of Blackmoor for many years, aristocrat Lawrence Talbot (Benicio Del Toro) returns to find his missing brother at the request of the latter's fiancee, Gwen (Emily Blunt). He learns that a creature has links to an ancient curse turning people into werewolves when the moon is full. To save the village and protect Gwen, he must slay the bloodthirsty beast, but he contends with a horrifying family legacy.

Benicio Del Toro Lawrence Talbot
Anthony Hopkins Sir John Talbot
Emily Blunt Gwen Conliffe
Hugo Weaving Aberline
Geraldine Chaplin Maleva
Art Malik Singh
Simon Merrells Ben Talbot
Cristina Contes Solana
Nicholas Day Col. Montford
Michael Cronin Dr. Lloyd

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Apr 30, 2010 - Brenda on The Wolfman
date movie- offers the opportunity to hide in his arms

I was very skeptical about this movie because it looked so corny, but it was actually good. It was sad overall, and it had a very realistic ending. Although I would have liked the happily ever after ending, I liked the one they gave it nonetheless. Fun movie- go watch it.

Mar 31, 2010 - astro-zombie on The Wolfman

For me i have high standards for a werewolf movie, being a big wolfman fan. I really thought that it was better then expected. Benicio Del Toro is a great actor and he just looks like a wolfman. You can't expect too many surprises and twists in a horror film. But this was a very good one. Once again if you like horror go see this movie. It won't disappoint!

Mar 03, 2010 - Eagles Eye Bandit on The Wolfman

I was impressed by the graphics the wasn't overdone but had a nice subtle or well blended aspect to it- however (they went to great lengths to hide the plot) you had an suspicion that somehow the beastly Wolf-man played by( Sir Anthony Hopkins) was the raging culprit; however, it is always good to watch the classics with new life breathed in them. I would love to see another swamp thing from deep now.

Feb 15, 2010 - Matt70 on The Wolfman

Wow i'm shocked this movie was better than i thought it would be.The look of the wolfman is surprisingly Faithful to the old look in the classic movie.with some exceptions of course.The over all story is actually pretty compelling,but have a few moments where i was like(oohhh come on!!!!!).The actors we're fantastic in this movie.with each one doing a fantastic job playing there parts.However my main gripe is that this movie over uses the False Alarm!!! things pop,jump out,come up from behind that are not of any threat just a cheap scare.it works the first few times,but ends up being used at least 8 or 9 times thru-out.way to much!!!.overall a nice and enjoyable movie that needs to be viewed by any fan of the original.

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