James Milstead’s review published on Letterboxd:
AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN PARIS (15)
D: Anthony Waller
Stonewood/Hollywood/Cornerstone (Richard Claus)
USA/UK/France/Luxembourg 🇺🇸🇬🇧🇫🇷🇱🇺 1997
W: Tim Burns, Tom Stern & Anthony Waller
DP: Egon Werdin
Ed: Peter R. Adam
Mus: Wilbert Hirsch
Tom Everett Scott (Andy McDermott), Julie Delpy (Serafine Pigot), Vince Vieluf (Brad), Phil Buckman (Chris), Julie Bowen (Amy Finch)
A French remake rather than a sequel to the original classic, An American Werewolf In London, lacking the black comedy that made the original movie such a treat to watch and the transformation visual effects which gave the first movie such bite.
Physical makeup effects are also replaced by poorly-rendered CGI beasties which are about as menacing as a Bichon Frise puppy.
All in all, a pointless exercise which fails to engage fans of the first film or develop a new audience for this one.
The soundtrack has a handful of songs which are okay to listen to on their own, but they really don't work so well in the film itself.