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Full Eclipse (1993)

Nomination Year: 1999
SYNOPSIS:  Mario Van Peebles is a good cop, but he senses that something is up in the department. Sure enough, it turns out that the departmental psychologist is really a werewolf and has created a drug which he uses to make other cops into werewolves to form a "special unit" that goes after the bad guys without due process.

Most Ludicrous Premise

Vigilante Werewolf Cops on Drugs
Good name for a rock band. Ludicrous premise for a film.

Oblivious

I Dunno, What's A. Garou with You?
Hm. All the cops are acting pretty weird. I wonder what's up with them? Maybe if I ask the nice police psychologist, he can help me. I'm sure the "A. Garou" name on his door couldn't be a clue.

Smithee Award Winner! Deus Ex Machina

It's Like Diplomatic Immunity, Only Stupider
Hero has wereshrink at (silver bullet) gunpoint.
Shrink: "Go ahead. Make your day."
Hero shoots and shrink collapses in a pool of blood. Hero turns to leave...and wereshrink gets back up! He explains that during a full lunar eclipse, werewolves are immune to silver bullets. Right. I don't remember that in the legends.

Best One-Liner

...Any Questions?
"This is my brain. This is you on my brain. Any questions?"

Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame
Mario Van Peebles  
Patsy Kensit Played Mia Farrow's daughter at the start of her career; played Mia herself much later; was in Lethal Weapon 2 
Bruce Payne  
Joseph Culp  
Director Claim to Fame
Anthony Hickox  

Greg Pearson

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