Being a lone young boy in the 'hood" is dangerous and unpleasant. This is what Max experiences when he fools a gang of local toughs who cornered him at school. The gang finds out that the ... See full summary »
Paul Michael Glaser
During an argument, a divorced executive and his 11 year old son casually touch a magical Tibetan skull, releasing a mysterious power that transfers the father's mind to the body of the son and vice versa. Their problems have just begun.
Elliot Hopper is a widower with three children, he is currently working on a deal. It seems like his wife illness was very costly and this deal could put them out of the red. However he ... See full summary »
James Hampton (Uncle Howard) and Mark Holton (Chubby) were the only two actors to reprise their roles from the first film. See more »
Uncle Howard has brown hair, but when he wolfs out he has gray hair. See more »
[after Todds first transformation into the Wolf]
You seem a little upset...
Upset? Me Stiles? UPSET?
I just had a beard over every inch of my body... fingernails the size of french fries... teeth from here to Texas... and she called me a dog... A DOG...
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And "Teen Wolf Too" is not as good as "Teen Wolf". BIG ouch.
Not that the original had anything going for it except for Fox, but this sequel doesn't even try. Just a change of locale and a COUSIN in the same family (explaining Hampton's appearance here) who gets on the boxing team as the wolf in question, forcing his grades to suffer, and blah and blah and blah....
Give me a break. For a comedy as insubstantial as this one to expound on the virtues of education is like Joey Buttafuoco talking about celibacy. I'm sorry, but "Teen Wolf Too" is just a bad excuse for a sequel to a movie that wasn't that great to begin with. Forget about it.
No stars and no excuses for "Teen Wolf Too": the movie that proves a movie about a wolf can just as easily turn into a dog.
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