After Scott Howard's hairy adventure in Teen Wolf (1985), his equally unpopular and unathletic cousin, Todd, receives a college boxing scholarship and gets accepted into Hamilton University. Before long, the family's lupine gene finally comes out, and just like that, the once-feeble student becomes a celebrity and the school's champion, catching the eye of the college's pretty girls. Now, there's no turning back, and success is guaranteed; however, being a teenage werewolf has its price. Will the famous and self-assured teen wolf see the error of his ways? Is Todd willing to accept responsibility for his actions, and put his superhuman power to good use?Written by
When Todd is looking through Stiles' stuff, he finds a Teen Wolf (1985) shirt from the first film. See more »
For a Colorado college there are a lot of palm trees shown. See more »
I know what you're doing. I know about the car, the grades, and the promises and I want you to lay off. Todd Howard has a future at this school but it's not in the ring.
Who do you think you're talking to? He'll do exactly as I say.
You don't own him.
Is this your idea of a threat.
No, this is.
[Her eyes glow red and a deep growl is heard]
You don't know who you're dealing with.
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Does Hollywood ever learn? You can't top a film like 'Teen Wolf.' All you can do is defile its existence by producing a sequel like this. The movie isn't worth watching unless you're a Jason Bateman fanatic or a masochist.
The plot from the first movie is reduxed here, and poorly. The message is the same. The moral is the same. The only thing that's changed is the faces, because the majority of the cast from the first movie was wise to avoid this bomb. The dad from 'Teen Wolf' makes an appearance, and that's all I can remember (without checking the listing). A forgettable flop.
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