Navat Papushado and Aharon Keshales' Big Bad Wolves is the story of a child killer on the loose and the obsessive cop who will go to extreme measures to catch the man responsible. Together with a father of one of the victims, the two men take justice into their own hands going after the man they believe is responsible. Its no surprise that Big Bad Wolves is Tarantino's favorite film of the year as it shares a similar tone being both dark, ultra-violent, and comedic. It can be quite silly at times, with some of the character dynamics feeling unnatural being simply there to drive the story. The cinematography is very cinematic and probably the high mark of the film with tracking shots, slow motion, and transitions which give the film a nice atmospheric quality. Big Bad Wolves is a fun, sick ride and while it may be a little irresponsible in its glorification of violence there is no denying its entertainment value.
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