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Wolf

(1994)

Rated R for language and werewolf attacks.

R 125min.
 
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Jack Nicholson becomes a werewolf in this bizarre comedy-horror film directed by Mike Nichols. Nicholson plays Will Randall, a book editor with a testosterone deficit who has just been sacked at his publishing firm by a new boss, Raymond Alden ... Read More
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