I liked this movie; it's not quite as "novel" as its predecessor, set in London, but it still has some fresh and chilling moments. I didn't mind the CGI werewolves, they were kind of neat. Here's some other thoughts:
*PHIL BUCKMAN might have made a better hero than TOM EVERETT SCOTT; where Scott had the boyish naievete down, he didn't have the physical swagger or heroic drive that Mr. Buckman had. Buckman should have gotten more screen time.
*JULIE DELPY didn't put enough ooomph in her role, either. She's lovely, but listless.
*I never understood exactly what Delpy's father was trying to do, and whether by the end Delpy was still a werewolf?
*Julie Bowen was a howl as the ditsy pickup, and even funnier as one of the walking dead.
*Why Did Delpy think she was the one who had werewolfized Scott?
A pleasant, if inconsistent, diversion.