I actually enjoyed this movie. I did find it strange that when he turned into a wolf no one screamed. They just played basketball after staring a few minutes at him. They then made him famous because he's a wolf. That wouldn't happen. People would be chasing him out of town. That kind of stuff isn't normal. I do think it was wrong to use his wolf form to gain popularity though. Also how is it that in the beginning the team stinks and loses basketball games but when he's the wolf all of the sudden they can play and start winning. Life doesn't work that way. Also wouldn't a cop pull over someone who is driving with a person standing on the roof. It is dangerous and I'm pretty sure illegal. Why would his family not tell him big news like this? Something big like that should never be hidden. Especially since it could happen at anytime. Sometimes I wish there was a little bit more logic in movies. Also why are movies always about wolves or vampires? What about the other creatures like gorgons, mummies, ghosts, the headless horseman,ect. They're all creepy things. Why do werewolves and vampires get the most recognition? Seems kind of unfair to the other creatures. Also how could he like a girl who only liked him for the wolf but would never talk to him before she found out? How did he not see that that was wrong along with the fact she had a boyfriend and was flirting with Scott? How was her boyfriend still dating her? Pamela was the worst.