The True Adventures of Wolfboy ★★½

Krejcí’s flick is not especially riveting, which is disappointing, considering the message that resides at the core of the film. The script doesn’t give its talented cast enough to work with. The potential it has is never fully realised — and though it its portrayed as a coming of age drama, it is hard to tell whether it is one; Wolfboy feels as if it’s suspended in a state of limbo, fashioned to be too dejected at times for a developing audience whilst being too chaotic and choppy for the likes of a more mature one.

-Kacy Hogg
Review on Screen Queens