“Here Comes The Fuzz” and There I Go! Far Away!
“If you can make it through the entirely of Wolfcop, you’re a much better person than I am.”
I tried, I really tried but I just couldn’t do it.
What I failed so pointedly to do was to be able to watch Lowell Dean‘s Wolfcop from beginning to end, and tapped out after about 30-40 minutes.
So many things bothered me, like Leo Fatard, who played a sheriff called Lou Garou (Really? Loup-garou is French for ‘werewolf,” so learning that was his character’s name meant that was a sign of either a very clever, or very lame, movie.
Unfortunately, the occasionally interesting happening didn’t stop if from being the latter.
Where to start? The first thing I noticed was that Fatard looks like a younger, less lanky, less of a hipster doofus version of Michael Richards.
And it distracted the Hell out of me the entire time. And if that weren’t bad enough, it lead to a lot of pointless speculations on my part, such as: The producers of Wolfcop had to have had Richards in mind when they cast the movie–or at least noticed Fatard’s strong resemblance. otherwise why hire an actor that looked so much like him?
And that being the case, did they really want Richards in the first place? And if so, did he prove too expensive, too hoity-toity?