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Wolves of Wall Street (2002)

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Jeff Allen just got a new job in one of Manhattan's wealthiest brokerage firms, Wolfe Brothers. Here young, good-looking stockbrokers make a lot of money by being particularly cutthroat. ... See full summary »


David DeCoteau


Barry L. Levy





Cast overview, first billed only:
Jeff Branson ... Tyler
Louise Lasser ... Landlady
William Gregory Lee ... Jeff Allen
Angela Pietropinto ... Human Resources #1 (as Angela M. Pietropinto)
John Michaelson ... Human Resources #2
Mary Elaine Monti ... Human Resources #3
Eric Roberts ... Dyson Keller
Michael Bergin ... Vince
Jason-Shane Scott ... Meeks (as Jason Shane Scott)
John-Paul Lavoisier ... Barnes (as John Paul LaVoisier)
Bradley Stryker ... Kennison
Elisa Donovan ... Annabella Morris
Will Keenan ... Davis
Natalie Light ... Woman In Red (as Natalie Jovan)
Amber Gross Amber Gross ... Party Girl #1


Jeff Allen just got a new job in one of Manhattan's wealthiest brokerage firms, Wolfe Brothers. Here young, good-looking stockbrokers make a lot of money by being particularly cutthroat. Jeff finds out that the real secret to their success is an animal instinct that is turning him into a werewolf, but it may be too late for him to get out. Written by Trey Evans

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Some Brokers Are A Different Kind Of Animal

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Rated R for some sensuality and language | See all certifications »

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Watching this film is like being put to sleep
10 July 2007 | by highwaytouristSee all my reviews

It sounded like it could be fun. The premise of the most powerful brokerage firm on Wall Street being run by hunky werewolves could have worked. And the film does boast some capable actors, even an amusing cameo appearance by Louise Lasser (from "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"). Obviously, one doesn't expect a classic film, but the least these people could have delivered is something enjoyably bad. But there is no excuse for it being so dull. There are no werewolf transformations on camera, for starters. Eric Roberts plays the senior partner of the firm with "where's my paycheck?" restlessness, while the supporting cast just goes through the motions. There are constant, repetitive shots of Wall Street buildings, full moons (do full moons happen several nights in a row there?), embarrassingly bad wolf puns, and an idiotic flashback from a party. In the flashback in question, the brokers all strip off their clothes Chippendale's style, then crawl to a pair of seated female models, sniffing and licking their hands and legs while the women moan (but look like they're yawning). Meanwhile, the sound of wolves growling plays on the soundtrack. What do they plan to do to the women? Seduce them? Eat them? Hump their legs and pee on the carpeting? I never figured it out. There are a few off-camera killings, but it's the paying audience who are the real victims. David DeCoteau (the man responsible for this) belongs in the doghouse.

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Release Date:

31 December 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Farkasok között See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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2.35 : 1
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