Conclusion: Following on the heels of 'Back to the Future,' Michael J. Fox starred in another fantasy comedy that saw him transform into a teenage werewolf. With a great supporting cast at his side, Fox is amusing as the shy, average kid who gets more than he bargained for when hoping to be popular in school.
Conclusion: This is a fun look back at one of Michael J. Fox’s earliest roles that has become a fan favorite for a lot of people over the years. The movie can be watched by families since it focuses on comedy and never tries to take it down the horror route.
Conclusion: Teen Wolf is not a terrible movie. That delightful accolade is reserved for MGM who did a terrible job on the Blu-ray transfer. How they could throw Michael J. Fox under the bus like this is really quite extraordinary.
Conclusion: Teen Wolf might never really get a firm grasp on what, exactly, it's trying to say, but in this case that's not a fatal, or even all that harmful, flaw. It's frustrating at worst, but for the viewer who just wants to watch the movie and take what it has to offer at face value, it's not a bad little...
Excerpt: One of the more unlikely teen comedies to come out of the eights, an era packed to the rafters with some of the goofiest and hokiest teen movies you’ve ever seen, 1985’s Teen Wolf hit at just the right time. As Michael J.