Wolf
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Maj-id is a talented kick boxer from a gray, anonymous suburb in The Netherlands. As his fighting prowess brings him increasing notoriety in-and outside the ring, the worlds of kickboxing and organized crime begin to blur into each another and Maj id begins to lose sight of what it is he really wants.
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 67%

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"Its intrigues, its graphic violence and Mr. Kenzari's performance make for a worthy addition to the annals of gangster films, Interpol edition."
‑ Daniel M. Gold, New York Times
"It may spend more time paying homage to classics than finding its own voice, but Wolf picks and chooses its influences very well indeed."
‑ Dominic Mill, We Got This Covered
"It's refreshing that director Jim Taihuttu is more interested in the humdrum goings on of those who split their time between illegal and legitimate activities."
‑ Michael Nordine, Village Voice
"Like a stale Big Mac served in gold leaf, [Wolf ] offers up some central meat that never matches the aspiration of its textured flourishes."
‑ David Ehrlich, The Dissolve
"Those who aren't completely turned off by [the lead character] might find themselves increasingly drawn into his story."
‑ Zach Hollwedel, Under the Radar
"The film ultimately leaves you feeling as if you're stuck watching your cousin's boring slideshow of his trip to Palookaville."
‑ Chuck Bowen, Slant Magazine
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