Synopsis:Publisher Will Randall becomes a werewolf and has to fight to keep his job.
Wolf (1994) is a 2h 5-min rate R American romantic horror drama film that contains deceit, innocence, infidelity, backstabbing, and corruption. Mike Nichols (Closer (2004), The Graduate (1967), The Birdcage (1996), Charlie Wilson’s War (2007)) did an exceptional job directing this superb film. Wolf is a fantastic film with a great solid storyline. The makeup was top notch and could not have been better - makeup did justice for the movie and made it all the better to watch. I admire the message that Wolf send across to its viewers about change, hope, and perseverance.
Will Randall (Jack Nicholson - The Shining (1980), The Departed (2006), As Good as It Gets (1997), Chinatown (1974)) had everything going for him until one night when everything went wrong. Will is an editor who was told Raymond Alden (Christopher Plummer - Up (2009), A Beautiful Mind (2001), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011), The Sound of Music (1965)) that he has been demoted from his editor in chief position. As to make matters worse, his colleague/ protege Stewart Swinton (James Spader - Boston Legal (2004-2008), The Blacklist (2013-2016), Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Stargate (1994)) was promoted to his position. Will was heading home when he was attacked by a wolf and bitten. He had a feeling that his wife was cheating on him with Stewart and heads over to Stewart’s house where he bit Stewart and ran upstairs to find his wife half naked in Stewart’s bed. What a terrible night.
Will began adapting to his new wolf life and started liking his new abilities but made the fatal mistake of turning Stewart into a wolf as well. Will began dating Raymond’s daughter Laura (Michelle Pfeiffer - Scarface (1983), Batman Returns (1992), What Lies Beneath (2000), Dark Shadows (2012)) leading her to get in between the battle of him and Stewart. It was a showdown that let us see the full moon transformation.
All of the actors gave us brilliant performances along with the editor doing a fantastic job putting this film together and the sound department rocking at their job. Wolf is a film that I would like to see again and think that it does not get the attention/recognition it deserves.
About Wolf (1994)
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Writers: Jim Harrison, Wesley Strick
Director: Mike Nichols