Staring Benicio Del Toro, Anthony Hopkins, Emily Blunt, Hugo Weaving.
A 'retelling' of sorts of the original legend of the wolfman, complete with throwback werewolf appearance. (i.e. - Lon Chaney Jr.)
This movie was odd and off-kilter in just about every aspect. While the wolfman looked old-fashioned, the blood & guts was definitely modern. The story seemed forced and several (okay most) plot points were glossed over so the viewers wouldn't have time to dwell and realize it made no sense. Or didn't really connect. I'd provide details, but I don't feel like recounting the entire movie! And while the film is only 1:30 long, while watching it, the movie felt much longer...
Emily Blunt tries and Hugo Weaving is good. But Del Toro is horribly mis-cast as the wolfman. He is also indifferent to the point that we don't care either! And there is nothing frightening about this werewolf - the throwback appearance assures us of that.
If you really want a good werewolf tale, rent any of the Underworld movies or American Werewolf in London. Even Silver Bullet is far better!
However, there was one very interesting preview - Repo Men. This sci-fi thriller stars Jude Law, Forest Whitaker, and Liev Schreiber, and it comes out on March 19th. Forget the Emilio Estevez movie - this one is about artificial organs not cars. Unless the critics grind it into the ground, I will be checking this one out next month!