Teen Wolf: The Movie’ Boss Explains: reviews

Teen Wolf: The Movie’ Boss Explains: reviews

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The much-awaited Teen Wolf movie is finally here! After the success of its previous installments, viewers are thrilled to see what the latest installment has in store. The movie revolves around a young teen wolf, Scott McCall, and his adventures as he navigates high school and life as a werewolf. The movie also features several supporting characters, such as his best friend Stiles Stilinski, Lydia Martin, and Allison Argent. 

The plot of the movie follows Scott's journey as he discovers that he has been bitten by a werewolf and has to adapt to his newfound powers. As Scott learns to control his powers, he must also learn how to deal with the dangers that come with being a werewolf while still maintaining a human life. Along the way, Scott's loyalties will be put to the test as he struggles with his moral compass while facing off against powerful enemies. 

The Teen Wolf 2023 movie promises to be an action-packed adventure that fans of the franchise are sure to love. With its intense plot and characters, it will surely captivate viewers from start to finish. The movie will also showcase some of the best visual effects seen in any Teen Wolf movie to date. 

Teen Wolf: The Movie’s greatest strength is that it does more than serve as a smooth continuation of the show’s story — despite the narrative’s huge, 15-year time jump — or provide fans another opportunity to see their Teen Wolf faves on-screen again. Though Dylan O’Brien’s fan-favorite Stiles Stilinski and Arden Cho’s Kira Yukimura are sorely missed, the movie works because audiences aren’t given much time to mull over their absences. Hoechlin’s Derek Hale is a full-fledged father to a burgeoning teen werewolf (Eli Hale, played by franchise newcomer Vince Mattis); Posey’s Scott McCall is stuck in time, doing the same-old-same-old veterinary work while also pining for his turn at becoming a husband and a father; Holland Roden’s Lydia Martin is trying to keep her banshee powers at bay while girlbossing her way to the tippy-top of some vague coastal finance company; and Shelley Hennig’s Malia Tate is dealing with commitment issues while getting routinely hot and heavy with a familiar franchise face.

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