Looks familiar, but if I saw it, I forgot most of it. However I still remember the unforgettable rape introduction scene in Terence FISHER's Curse of the Werewolf (how Oliver REED was conceived). == J'en ai un vague souvenir, mais si je l'ai vu, je l'ai oublié ... en revanche je me souviens de la mémorable scène de viol au début de la Nuit du Loup-Garou de Terence FISHER (à l'origine de la conception de Oliver REED).
Predictable, but there are definitely some redeeming factors, like the music and the cinematography, as Pavel pointed out. I think it does bring the old movie from the 40s up to date, even it abuses bloodshed a little. I just wish Anthony Hopkins would stop making films. As time goes by he just gets worse and worse.
The Wolfman is a well-intentioned disappointment. The cast was pretty good and the movie itself looked pretty good generally. Unfortunately the need for a back story and some abhorrent CGI (I Am Legend bad CGI) took the whole thing down in the last act. A damn shame because The Wolfman should've been so great. On the plus side the fact that it took place in the Victorian era was a bonus.