When a mild-mannered, middle-aged book editor gets bitten by a wolf, it gives him a shot of confidence over younger colleagues, highly tuned senses and a few new lycanthropic appetites. Like a clever "New Yorker" cartoon, this urbane horror film satirizes middle age in New York's cutthroat social and business worlds.
Pros: Nicholson, Pfeiffer, Spader - good choices Cons: A little more action would be nice Simply stated, Jack Nicholson is the Wolf. I believe it was mentioned in articles that it was not necessary for Nicholson to spend more than 1/2 hour in makeup to obtain his objective - Wolf - in this movie. Now I love Nicholson. He is the ultimate bad guy (and sometimes, but not often, good guy) that doesn't really seem to have to put forth any effort to obtain … more