The True Adventures of Wolfboy Reviews

  • The True Adventures of Wolfboy
    • Genre : Drama
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : PG-13
    • Duration : 88 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Vertical Entertainment
    • Official Site : -
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Movie Reviews

  • with its laudable representation both artificial and real, Martin Krejci's film possesses the necessary weight and purpose that allows its palatable genre trappings to deliver its morals to an audience that may otherwise avoid them
    Review rate : B+ by Jared Mobarak [The Film Stage ]
  • though it offers some interesting contrast with the more realistic aspects of the film's look, such as its post-industrial-town backdrop, it also makes the pic's metaphors so explicit, it often drains the narrative of suspense and momentum
    by Boyd van Hoeij [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • the result is admittedly impressive -- especially for an indie film shot in Buffalo, New York of all places -- but when Krejci wants to bring Paul's story back down to earth there is almost nothing tangible to land on
    Review rate : C+ by Gregory Ellwood [The Playlist ]
  • its message, the importance of embracing differences, is a valuable one for its most likely younger audience; While the plot is grounded in a certain familiarity, the dominant tone is of a supercharged whimsy
    by Demetrios Matheou [Screen Daily International ]
  • as a road-movie-meets-modern-fairy-tale mash-up, The True Adventures of Wolfboy is truly a captivating and heartfelt tale.. capturing Paul's internal struggles and juxtaposing them against the various locales we're introduced to during his travels
    3.5 of 5 by Heather Wixson [Daily Dead ]
  • although a little basic in its present form, Martin Krejci modern-day fairy tale finds a charming way to illustrate the idea of self-acceptance
    by Peter Debruge [Variety ]
  • "The True Adventures of Wolfboy" is an enchanting exploration of adolescence and finding your path; It's joyous and tragic, thrilling and poignant; In short, it's a bit of magic and an absolute must-see
    by Kristy Puchko [Pajiba ]

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