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Kind of a sequel to An American Werewolf in London. I liked it better than this one because the 'werewolves' looked more believable. The ones in this movie were way too fakey for me. Yeah, the bit where the guy bungee jumped off of the Eiffel Tower to save Serafine's (A natural born female French werewolf played by Julie Delpy) was cool, but it didn't do that much for me. I liked Claude's (A French werewolf played by Pierre Cosso) humor. I still hear his words once in a while in my mind "I love Americans! You have such great... taste!" Heh, heh. ;-)
This movie did have a nice sexual scene in it that I liked. After the main male character Andy (the American guy that saved Serafine's life earlier) gets bitten by a werewolf, and in typical Hollywood logic starts getting enhanced senses and accelerated healing from it. Anyway, he wakes up in Serafine's bed. Serafine walks in and after talking with him for a minute, sits on his lap, takes off her T-shirt and exposes her naked breasts to him, then takes his hands and puts them on her breasts, saying "This will relax you, yes?" ;-)
Here's Movieweb's review of it. It includes the line from a werewolf movie (The Wolf Man) made back in 1941 that I liked and have on vid. If you're curious, the American werewolf's name in that movie was Larry Talbot.
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