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      Wolves

      R Released Mar 3, 2017 1 hr. 50 min. Drama TRAILER for Wolves: Trailer 1 List
      36% 28 Reviews Tomatometer 48% 100+ Ratings Audience Score Anthony is a standout player on his Manhattan high school's basketball team with seemingly everything going for him: a killer three-point shot, a loving girlfriend, and a chance at a scholarship to Cornell. But Anthony's dreams of playing college ball are jeopardized by his volatile father, a hard-drinking writer whose compulsive gambling threatens to derail the lives of both his wife and son. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Aug 30 Buy Now

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      christopher c. m This if "Teen Wolf" had a body count. Even though they went with the "Wolfman" werewolf design, some of them are still unique enough to kinda cool. They never used the word werewolf even though that's obvious what they are and oddly censor the word fuck, like they wanted a PG-13 rating but still got a R anyway so it was just a waste of time. Far from great but just enough good in it to be dumb fun and not much you can ask for a action horror movie. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Audience Member Wolves is as cliched as a sports film can get, and filled with unlikeable characters, choppy lines, and wooden acting. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 02/08/23 Full Review joe m Really gripping story of a NYC high school senior, Smith, who's a basketball star and the travails he faces at school and home. Shannon gives a great performance as the boy's troubled dad with a serious gambling problem. A little uneven, some what melodramatic and then just totally over the top at the end, yet it all comes together. All round great cast with real NYC settings that give a realistic, nail biting feel to the movie. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Audience Member Malheureusement prévisible et peu convaincant, Wolves se démontre un film anecdotique qui ne se démarque pas du lot même si les acteurs essaient de donner le meilleur d'eux même. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/27/23 Full Review Audience Member (5.0 out of 6)- When we don't see something's coming until we see moments when easy shots become hard shots. When the game of basketball is all about not seeing something's coming when there are plenty of plays to choose from to only choose the one that gets the shot to win. When we see something's coming when it's play by play or just or way around those we like to know some shots are easy to comeby and others are harder. When what others know about something's coming are those who teach when lectures of all what to expect to do and not do predicts whether we have a shot. When what others run plays all the time we see somethings coming when they know who to give the shot too. When gambling is about seeing things coming to call the shots. When the literary & academic world always looks out for what's coming somethings are already there permanent in place and other things always changing when thoughts & actions can change the shot of the direction. When we see other things coming we see an easy shot and other things coming we see we are harder to reach at our shot. When we see something's coming out to see us to see our shot but don't see if we are good enough. When we see others hungrier that want their shot don't see nothing coming there way and others something's have come and gone. When we don't see working as a team we work for the same shot when we all see something's coming up. When we don't see something's coming when others make us see that we don't have a shot to only learn from our mistakes. When we see our shot to only take it when not many see such things coming there way to have such opportunities. When what doors we close we see others open to give them at a shot at what's coming to not worry about, when family & team support is all we have. When what we don't see something's coming are all the shots we have made and not made to see we are coming up short on payment. When what others don't see coming are what shots we have made that effects the entire household. When what shots others have tried to make we see something's coming when it's an addiction. When what we see coming we handle it as a family to give those the clarity to not shoot. When what we see are sure shots when we have inside tips we see something's coming when it's sure bets. When what shots we take against those we hate we don't see something coming when we run out of shots and we face the time we don't have to see whether we are a winner or loser. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 02/16/23 Full Review Audience Member I dont know why the lead was cast. He wasnt given any lines which is an indicator and had a double playing basketball Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/26/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Sara Michelle Fetters MovieFreak.com It's Shannon who lights up the screen, and without him it's hard to imagine this effort would be worth talking about. Rated: 2/4 Mar 24, 2017 Full Review Chuck Bowen Slant Magazine Bart Freundlich alternates somewhat arbitrarily between his various plots, leaving a lot of loose ends in the process. Rated: 2/4 Mar 4, 2017 Full Review Peter Rainer Christian Science Monitor It's all terribly clich-ridden and predictable, and the best I can say for it is that Shannon and Gugino do their best to convince us otherwise. Rated: C Mar 3, 2017 Full Review Jason Adams The Film Experience It all leads pretty much where you think it will, down the court on the ever counting clock, but the circuitous route's (mostly) worth traveling. Rated: C+ Jul 6, 2021 Full Review Nicholas Bell IONCINEMA.com Yet another depiction of fading, archaic white patriarchy while also seeming to champion its potency and relevancy. Rated: 2.5/5 Oct 5, 2019 Full Review David Nusair Reel Film Reviews Featuring a breakout performance by Taylor John Smith... Rated: 2/4 Jun 23, 2018 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis Anthony is a standout player on his Manhattan high school's basketball team with seemingly everything going for him: a killer three-point shot, a loving girlfriend, and a chance at a scholarship to Cornell. But Anthony's dreams of playing college ball are jeopardized by his volatile father, a hard-drinking writer whose compulsive gambling threatens to derail the lives of both his wife and son.
      Director
      Bart Freundlich
      Screenwriter
      Bart Freundlich
      Distributor
      IFC Films
      Production Co
      Process Media
      Rating
      R (Brief Sexuality|Language Throughout)
      Genre
      Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Mar 3, 2017, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Mar 3, 2017
      Sound Mix
      SDDS, Dolby Digital, DTS
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