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Jack Nicholson and Michelle Pfeiffer star in WOLF, a wickedly funny, wildly romantic, white-knuckle thriller. James Spader (TV's "Boston Legal," Sex, Lies and Videotape), Kate Nelligan (The Prince of Tides), Christopher Plummer (The Sound of Music) and David Hyde Pierce (TV's "Frasier", Sleepless in Seattle) co-star in this beastly tale of love and betrayal with equal measures of humor, passion and delicious terror.

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  • Actors: Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeiffer, Lia Chang, Starletta DuPois, Thomas F. Duffy
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 6, 2009
  • Run Time: 125 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (191 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002JOUNDO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,787 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 15, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
For those who had never seen Jack Nicholson play it meek in a movie, this may be as meek as dude gets (and then it only lasts for about half an hour). In WOLF, Nicholson plays middle-aged softie Will Randall, a mild-mannered hubbie locked in a marriage of indifference. Will is also the editor-in-chief of a respected New York publishing agency - that is, until he gets demoted, at which point he assumes this indignant but resigned look. As it turns out, this would only be the first in a series of betrayals, and Will Randall looks to be just another in a long line of easily dismissed victims. Except...

WOLF starts out in a snowy, moonlit scene in which Will Randall, motoring from Vermont to Manhattan, is bitten by a wolf he had accidentally run over. And soon the shocking changes begin to manifest. Will feels strangely rejuvenated, even as he develops extremely heightened senses. Suddenly he's able to eavesdrop from across the atrium, sniff out morning liquor on a co-worker's breath, and hurdle tall walls in slow motion. His newly gained confidence allows him to take charge of his life and even revenge himself on those what done him wrong. And then, one day, a disconcerted Will Randall wakes up, soaked in blood.

Once in a blue full moon, a schlock genre spits out a gem. I happen to think that WOLF is one of the better, smarter entries in werewolf cinema, and I'd even put it up there with An American Werewolf in London, The Howling (Special Edition) and
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Douglas King VINE VOICE on October 17, 2003
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This is an interesting film, because it's partly a character study of a tired, middle aged publisher and partly a horror film about werewolves. Jack Nicholson plays a publisher about to lose his job to his friend and protege, who also happens to be sleeping with his wife. He seems too worn out to put up much of a fight, until he is bitten by a dying wolf, and begins to feel as if he has taken on its spirit. He also falls for the incredibly beautiful daughter of his boss (Michelle Pfeiffer). This movie has top notch acting, an intriuging story and a cool ending. I recommend it.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By D. Roberts VINE VOICE on December 10, 2004
Format: DVD
Jack Nicholson plays a werewolf, and he's the most natural werewolf since Boris Karloff. James Spader plays a weasel and he is equally adept in that role. Rounding off this impressive ensemble cast (for a werewolf movie) are Christopher Plummer as a man with altogether too much wealth and power, and Michelle Pfeiffer as his lovely daughter.

Fans of werewolf movies may be surprised at the timbre of this particular tale. The whole story is very surreal and has an everpresent dream-like feel to it. The special effects of werewolves & transformation are actually pretty scarce. The film instead mainly focuses on the psychological metamorphosis of man turning into beast.

Perhaps most jolting to viewers of WW movies is the body count. Or, should I say, the lack thereof. If you're looking for a WW movie that has scene after scene of poor chaps being mauled, this one may not be for you.

This is a well done film if you're looking for a more cerebral type of WW film than the normal fare. As I mentioned, the cast is also a higher calibre than normal. If ever there was a WW story that had a haunting elegance to it, this just might be it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ROFLCOPTER on June 9, 2012
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While Hollywood still continues their obsession with vampire stories, Wolf has to be one of a few werewolf films that is surely worth the watch. Now depending how well and how much you take your werewolf mythology, I find 'Wolf' to be a great watch every time I get to see it. You can never go wrong with this movie's all-star cast and unique storytelling, film-making that reminds me a lot of a classic Stephen King picture. Jack Nicholson performance is well oiled, and does a fairly good job as the subhuman being. Jack's Eastwick co-star Michelle Pfeiffer rejoins him as a aloof and loveless woman who has manages to open her heart to the character and you can definitely see their Eastwick chemistry is not lost. The only thing that misses the mark slightly about the movie is Laura's brother. It is explained a little that he was a borderline schizophrenic and committed suicide. Question is did this come from he probably being a wolf himself and couldn't handle it? Or did the Aldens have the cursed wolf trait the whole time? Again this movie is simply a guilty pleasure, outside of An American Werewolf in London, it has to be one of a few that I can honestly watch throughout without it being too campy and cheap in quality. Good stuff!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey T. Munson on September 30, 2004
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Jack Nicholson stars in this frighteningly good movie as Will Randall, an editor in chief of a book publishing company. The opening scene shows Will driving along an isolated strech of snowy road when suddenly a wolf bolts out in front of his car. The car strikes the wolf, and Will stops to investigate. The wolf, seemingly dead but very much alive, bites Will on the hand.

Will has been demoted in his company; forced to choose between a less desireable position or no job at all. Stewart Swinton, played by James Spader, has received Will's old position.

Meanwhile, Will is undergoing physical changes, such as a heightened sense of smell and hearing, all caused by the wolf's bite. With his heightened sense of smell, he notices a strange smelling cologne on his wife's clothes. He then discovers that his wife is having an affair with Stewart.

Soon, Will is becoming involved in a new relationship of his own with Laura Alden (Michelle Pfeiffer). Laura also happens to be the daughter of Raymond Alden, his former boss, played by Christopher Plummer. As Will and Laura begin to get close, Will begins to show symptoms of being taken over by the spirit of the wolf. As the moon rises, Will decides to go outside and is soon chasing down deer. However, the following morning, Will is completely unaware of what happened the night before. He later learns from an old wise man that the wolf grows inside the man until the first full moon, then the wolf consumes him. Will is given an amulet to wear around his neck to keep the wolf spirits at bay.

The realization that he is turning into a wolf finally begins to sink in, and Will handcuffs himself to a radiator in his hotel room to make sure he doesn't hurt anyone else.
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