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I watched it and found that this film, was a bit like a 1960's "B"
movie, in its quality but it wasn't a horrible B movie; Rich's wolf
form was the best out of the two werewolves.
I could definitely watch it again, because its humorous and actually enjoyable as a werewolf film spoof. I wouldn't take this film seriously, as a werewolf film; but as a spoof its a greatly entertaining film.
Please, watch this film and comment on what you thought. I hope it comes to DVD, personally I would buy it and add the movie to my DVD monster spoof section.
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It's a good original idea, or at least one that I had never heard of before. A girl finds out that the guy she is about to marry is a werewolf. He wants to ignore the problem, she wants him to face up to it. I adored Autumn Reeser on the O.C., and she shows even more depth with her acting skills here. Eddie Kaye Thomas is his usual hilarious self. They actually look good together as an on-screen couple. The special effects when Eddie changed into a werewolf were a little on the B-movie side, but this was made for the ABC Family Channel so that's understandable. Still it was a good story, and a good cast. I had fun watching it.
Julie (Autumn Reeser) and Danny (Adam Corson) are engaged to be married and very happy in each other. But, there is a couple of items troubling Jules. One, Danny hasn't yet met her relatives and the wedding is getting closer. Strange. Even more bizarre is the fact that Danny insists on going camping, by himself, a couple of nights each month and refuses to let Julie go with him. Strange again. Yet, one day, Julie puts her foot down. Her family is hosting a party for the couple next weekend and Danny must go. Dan tries throwing out various excuses but none work. So, go he must. But, unknown to everyone, Danny is a WEREWOLF and there is going to be a full moon next Saturday. Complicating matters also is an in-law of Jules who is an insipid television news reporter. When the day arrives, everyone seems to have a great time at the party, although Danny has some odd answers. Yet, although Dan tries to break away from the house when he feels his time is near, Julie discovers his big secret, the only family member to do so. Whoa, this is a bit of a "hairy situation". Yet, after the initial shock, Jules is determined to find a way to save the man she loves. Will she be successful? What a darling romcom this is, with quite an unusual twist. The script has many funny lines and situations and an attractive young cast. Originally a television movie, it nonetheless deserves its own DVD and resulting larger audience. If you long constantly for one more romantic comedy, this little flick will satisfy you for a evening ahead.
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