Frankly folks, and mind you I love listening to British parliamentary debates and I adore spending time with eloquent Brits, but the actors in Night Wolf make less sense than Michael Caine's jibberish while pretending to be Austin Powers' father. The plot revolves around a young Brit (Isabella Calthorpe) returning to her home after making it big in the States. She is envied by most and resented by others. Her ex-boyfriend (played by Joshua Bowman) is dating her formerly close friend (Gemma Atkinson) to her dismay, and jealousy (that green-eyed bitch!) has run amok.
As aforementioned, Tom Felton is the only leg this picture has to stand on. That being the case, why did the studio eliminate his character after ten painful minutes? Sure he appeared to be uncomfortable, untalented and out of place, but he will overcome that vexing anxiety in no time. The Night Wolf ate him faster than Oprah Winfrey eats potato chips before venturing to the buffet table.
Night Wolf is one of those films that is best viewed with a pint because it has no point. My dull wordplay exercises are more fun than this steaming heap of rubbish. It is so egregious I am now longing for Breaking Dawn Part 2. At least there we get t see the werewolves without their shirts on. Oops, I just revealed my inner John Travolta. Two misspelled howls down.
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