An American Werewolf in Paris 4K 1997 Ultra HD 2160p

An American Werewolf in Paris 4K 1997 Ultra HD 2160p
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Сountry: USA | UK | Netherlands | France | Germany | Luxembourg
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy
Language: English, Germany
Cast: Tom Everett Scott, Julie Delpy, Vince Vieluf, Phil Buckman, Julie Bowen, Pierre Cosso, Thierry Lhermitte, Tom Novembre, Maria Machado, Ben Salem Bouabdallah, Serge Basso, Charles Maquignon, Jochen Schneider, Alan McKenna, Hervé Sogne, Edgar Kohn, Jean-Claude Deret, Isabelle Constantini.
+6
Rating
6
Storyline
The daughter of the werewolf from AWIL is alive and living in Paris where her mother (from the first film) and stepfather are trying to overcome her lycanthropic disease. A trio of American tourists on a thrill seeking trip around Europe manage to stop her from plunging to her death from the top of the Eiffel tower and are embroiled in a horrific but often hilarious plot involving a secret society of werewolves based in the city and a drug which allows werewolves to change at any time... This time there's no need for a full moon...

User Review
In the past four years, I've repeatedly heard how this movie, a sequel to AN American WEREWOLF IN London, is such a travesty that it blackens the name of the first classic movie. How it's inferior in every way. As such my opinions were exceptionally low before I started watching. And you know what? I had a blast! It may be inferior to its predecessor but that doesn't stop it being a totally entertaining B-movie with lots of (dumb) humour to keep it enjoyable. This is an inoffensive comedy/horror yarn with plenty of bloody gore effects and alarming makeup, some sick humour, lots of werewolves and some cool action bits to keep it running smoothly along.

On the plus side, the Paris setting makes for a nice change even if nothing much is made of it - aside from the expected Eiffel Tower shenanigans. What I liked most were the mostly French supporting cast, who are actually pretty good in their roles and a lot more convincing than the American leads on whom the film focuses. People like Pierre Cosso as the villain Claude and Tom Novembre as the Inspector put in solid turns and fit their parts well. As for the leads, well let's just say that the supporting Phil Buckman and Vince Vieluf are no actors, but their parts are fairly minor in any case. Tom Everett Scott, as the lead who becomes a werewolf, is no great actor either, but he's at least passable in the role and not too irritating. Unlike Julie Delpy, a supposedly alluring French actress who I just find to be annoying.

It's true that some scenes of this film are misjudged, like the comedic bungee jumps which bookend the production and are badly mishandled. So, too, are the rotting ghosts of the werewolf victims doomed to walk the earth. In the first film Griffin Dunne was a genuine symbol of black comedy at its bleakest; here, the characters are used for cheap scares and gross-out humour like eyeballs dropping out. Not needed. The dumb American characters are pretty unappealing too and the music far too "hip" for its own good.

On the plus side, the film is liberal with its violence and bloodshed, which is always nice to see, and the werewolves themselves aren't as bad as I was led to believe. Sure, the CGI effects are unconvincing as always, but what reviewers neglect to mention is that the appearance of these creatures actually manages to be frightening, leading to a lot of effective jolt moments. The parties at which the werewolves rip apart their victims and cause havoc recall the best bits of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN and are a visceral delight. The plot, although clichéd and contrived, keeps moving along and keeps you watching. AN American WEREWOLF IN Paris is never boring. Deeply flawed perhaps, but surprisingly entertaining in a brain-dead kind of way and worth at least one watch for horror buffs.

File size: 53.89 GB


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