(76) This French action film is one scoop of horror, a pinch of fantasy, and a quarter cup of outlandish, wire-driven martial arts. While one has to chuckle at the early ‘00s conventions on display, the cinematography is sumptuous and the colors are vibrant. Acting runs the gamut from poor to fantastic (often in the same scene), but Brotherhood of the Wolf is altogether enjoyable, despite some pacing issues that cause the finale to feel tacked on.
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