History Film / TheWolfMan2010

30th Jul '16 1:31:16 PM nombretomado
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* EtherealChoir: This ''is'' DannyElfman we're talking about, but it's not used as much as an effect compared to his other scores and is only used in a few scenes.

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* EtherealChoir: This ''is'' DannyElfman Music/DannyElfman we're talking about, but it's not used as much as an effect compared to his other scores and is only used in a few scenes.



* PlayingTheHeartStrings: DannyElfman's score definitely makes very good use of the strings. Probably as a subtle ShoutOut to the original score.

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* PlayingTheHeartStrings: DannyElfman's Music/DannyElfman's score definitely makes very good use of the strings. Probably as a subtle ShoutOut to the original score.
20th Mar '16 7:53:57 PM Fireblood
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** Creator/{{Max Von Sydow}}'s DeletedRole (still present in the director's cut) implies that the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beast_of_G%C3%A9vaudan Beast of Gévaudan]] was a werewolf.

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** Creator/{{Max Von Sydow}}'s DeletedRole (still present in the director's cut) implies that the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beast_of_G%C3%A9vaudan org/wiki/Beast_of_Gevaudan Beast of Gévaudan]] was a werewolf.
20th Mar '16 7:53:08 PM Fireblood
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** Creator/{{Max Von Sydow}}'s DeletedRole (still present in the director's cut) implies that the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beast_of_G%C3%A9vaudan Beast of Gévaudan]] was a werewolf.
* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: Subverted. During one of Lawrence's rampages, he chases one of his hunters into a bog. Trapped, the hunter fires his revolver at Lawrence. It doesn't work, and the hunter attempts to shoot himself. Turns out that he spent his six on the beast, and gets graphically decapitated instead.

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** Creator/{{Max Von Sydow}}'s DeletedRole (still present in the director's cut) implies that the [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beast_of_G%C3%A9vaudan Beast of Gévaudan]] was a werewolf.
* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: Subverted.{{Subverted}}. During one of Lawrence's rampages, he chases one of his hunters into a bog. Trapped, the hunter fires his revolver at Lawrence. It doesn't work, and the hunter attempts to shoot himself. Turns out that he spent his six on the beast, and gets graphically decapitated instead.



* FollowTheLeader: Was released to capitalise on the paranormal romance trend started by ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''. To be fair, this movie was stuck in DevelopmentHell for a long time. A full treatment had been completed as early as 2006, and the film was originally slated for a 2008 release. In fact, it was pushed back from November 2009 to February 2010 largely because of fear that they could not compete with New Moon.
20th Mar '16 7:49:13 PM Fireblood
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* HeroicSuicide: {{Discussed}} when Lawrence asks [[spoiler: his father]] why he didn't kill himself to prevent anyone else's death when he became a werewolf. However, he couldn't do it even knowing what would happen.
17th Feb '16 12:08:04 PM VenomLancerHae
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* {{Badass}}:
** Lawrence Talbot.
** Aberline. But then again, when has Hugo Weaving ever played anything '''but''' a [[Film/VForVendetta bad]][[Film/TheMatrix ass]]?
* BadassGrandpa:
** Sir John Talbot.
** Singh.

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* {{Badass}}:
** Lawrence Talbot.
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{{Badass}}: Aberline. But then again, when has Hugo Weaving ever played anything '''but''' a [[Film/VForVendetta bad]][[Film/TheMatrix ass]]?
%% ** Lawrence Talbot.
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* BadassGrandpa:
%% ** Sir John Talbot.
%% ** Singh.



* BattleAmongstTheFlames: The climax.
* BeastAndBeauty: Lawrence and Gwen technically qualify as this.

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%% * BattleAmongstTheFlames: The climax.
%% * BeastAndBeauty: Lawrence and Gwen technically qualify as this.



* BloodierAndGorier: Far gorier than [[Film/TheWolfMan1941 the original]]. Numerous extras are mauled to death and even decapitated. The main character's [[PainfulTransformation transformation]] is also considerably more graphic.

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* BloodierAndGorier: BloodierAndGorier:
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Far gorier than [[Film/TheWolfMan1941 the original]]. Numerous extras are mauled to death and even decapitated. The main character's [[PainfulTransformation transformation]] is also considerably more graphic.



* DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Sir John, Dr. Lloyd, and Colonel Montford]]

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%% * DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Sir John, Dr. Lloyd, and Colonel Montford]]



** You could try to spin it as a BittersweetEnding. At least the true monster in all of this, [[spoiler:John Talbot]], is dead.



* FollowTheLeader: Was released to capitalise on the paranormal romance trend started by ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''.
** To be fair, this movie was stuck in DevelopmentHell for a long time. A full treatment had been completed as early as 2006, and the film was originally slated for a 2008 release. In fact, it was pushed back from November 2009 to February 2010 largely because of fear that they could not compete with New Moon.

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* FollowTheLeader: Was released to capitalise on the paranormal romance trend started by ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''.
**
''Literature/{{Twilight}}''. To be fair, this movie was stuck in DevelopmentHell for a long time. A full treatment had been completed as early as 2006, and the film was originally slated for a 2008 release. In fact, it was pushed back from November 2009 to February 2010 largely because of fear that they could not compete with New Moon.



* HannibalLecture: From [[spoiler:Sir [[SilenceOfTheLambs John Talbot]], appropriately enough]].

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%% * HannibalLecture: From [[spoiler:Sir [[SilenceOfTheLambs John Talbot]], appropriately enough]].



* UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper: It's mentioned that Aberline was in charge of the Ripper case before being assigned to Blackmoor. [[HistoricalInJoke Historically]], he [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederick_Abberline was]].



* MagicPants: It's also more like ''Magic Shirts''.

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%% * MagicPants: It's also more like ''Magic Shirts''.Shirts''.
%% * ManOnFire: In the battle between Lawrence and [[spoiler: his father]].



* MindScrew [=/=] WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic: Did Gwen really visit Lawrence in the asylum? Or did Sir John for that matter? Is there some hidden symbolism behind the razor and all the candles everywhere?! Plus all the symbolism and foreshadowing in the hallucination sequences. [[WildMassGuessing Perhaps Lawrence just imagined the whole movie!]]

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* MindScrew [=/=] WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic: : Did Gwen really visit Lawrence in the asylum? Or did Sir John for that matter? Is there some hidden symbolism behind the razor and all the candles everywhere?! Plus all the symbolism and foreshadowing in the hallucination sequences. [[WildMassGuessing Perhaps Lawrence just imagined the whole movie!]]



* RoofHopping: Werewolf style!

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%% * RoofHopping: Werewolf style!



** Gwen's family owns an antique shop

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** Gwen's family owns an antique shopshop.



** The telescope.

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%% ** The telescope.



* [[ManOnFire Wolfman On Fire]]: In the battle between Lawrence and [[spoiler: his father]].
14th Feb '16 12:17:57 PM Sharlee
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* [[ManOnFire WolfmanOnFire]]: In the battle between Lawrence and [[spoiler: his father]].

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* [[ManOnFire WolfmanOnFire]]: Wolfman On Fire]]: In the battle between Lawrence and [[spoiler: his father]].
14th Feb '16 12:17:29 PM Sharlee
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* [[ManOnFire WolfmanOnFire]]: In the battle between Lawrence and [[spoiler: his father]].
12th Dec '15 5:09:01 PM Googolplex20
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** AssholeVictim: The sadistic [[HerrDoktor Dr. Hoenneger] and his equally cruel orderlies certainly fit this trope. The hunters slain by Lawrence during his first rampage might fit as well, considering their earlier attempt to lynch him (though in light of the fact that he [[JerkassHasAPoint actually did become a ravening monster under the full moon, their conduct might have been justified). [[spoiler: Sir John counts, too, though he's less of an asshole victim and more an asshole losing combatant in a fight.]]

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** * AssholeVictim: The sadistic [[HerrDoktor Dr. Hoenneger] Hoenneger]] and his equally cruel orderlies certainly fit this trope. The hunters slain by Lawrence during his first rampage might fit as well, considering their earlier attempt to lynch him (though in light of the fact that he [[JerkassHasAPoint actually did become a ravening monster under the full moon, moon]], their conduct might have been justified). [[spoiler: Sir John counts, too, though he's less of an asshole victim and more an asshole losing combatant in a fight.]]
12th Dec '15 5:08:17 PM Googolplex20
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**AssholeVictim: The sadistic [[HerrDoktor Dr. Hoenneger] and his equally cruel orderlies certainly fit this trope. The hunters slain by Lawrence during his first rampage might fit as well, considering their earlier attempt to lynch him (though in light of the fact that he [[JerkassHasAPoint actually did become a ravening monster under the full moon, their conduct might have been justified). [[spoiler: Sir John counts, too, though he's less of an asshole victim and more an asshole losing combatant in a fight.]]
12th Dec '15 5:02:36 PM Googolplex20
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** The 2010 version explores a very different side of the relationship between Lawrence and his father as well as the psychological aspects the 1941 version wanted to do intentionally.

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** The 2010 version explores a very different side of the relationship between Lawrence and his father as well as the psychological aspects the 1941 version wanted to do intentionally.initially.


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*DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Sir John, Dr. Lloyd, and Colonel Montford]]
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