Overall Rank: 10196
Average Rating: 2.3/4
# of Ratings: 108
Theatrical Release Date: 06/17/1994
Genre: Drama, Horror
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Mike Nichols
Actors: Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeiffer, James Spader, Kate Nelligan, Christopher Plummer, Richard Jenkins
Plot: A publisher is running out of time and luck when a younger man takes his job and his wife. Then one night he spies a wolf in the middle of the road and when he checks it out, he gets bit. After that his mood, senses and appetites change drastically. -- Chris Kavan
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Indyfreak - wrote on 07/01/2019
Mike Nichols’ creature feature packs a lot of ideas for a werewolf movie. Mixing horror thrills with office politics and even a touch of pop psychology fitting for the ‘90s setting. It doesn’t do everything that it brings up justice. But Jack Nicholson is perfect for the lead and Michelle Pfeiffer is good as his costar.
Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/12/2014
A publisher is running out of time and luck when a younger man takes his job and his wife. Then one night he spies a wolf in the middle of the road and when he checks it out, he gets bit. After that his mood, senses and appetites change drastically. This movie laughable and fun to watch Jack Nicholson running on like a wolf jumping up and down like a wolf.
Yojimbo - wrote on 10/07/2012
Half soap opera, half unconvincing hokey horror.
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TheWolf - wrote on 10/15/2007
One of my favorite Jack movies. First of all like almost all of his movies Jack is once again playing himself. While his characters name isn't "Jack Nicholson", the way he acts, what he says, and simply what he does through out the movie is just like he is in almost all of his other films. Personally I think that is why he does so well in each role, he gives the audience what they want and his performance is generally nothing short of amazing.
The film honestly isn't really a werewolf film. The focus is more on the lines of Will's (Jack's) life, and it winds more along the lines of a Drama than it does a horror.
James Spader does a great job as the protagonist of this film, he plays off both Nicholson and Pfeiffer very well. The movie may not be considered to be one of the best out …
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