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  1. JoeAzzari

    Jiu Jitsu (2020)

    This movie is just all around bad...in a world where Nicolas Cage will just make any shit film here comes this and with other surprising actors in it as well. Prepare for the the amalgamation of Predator, Mortal Kombat, DragonBall Evolution which equals just a giant turd and you get Jiu Jitsu! Please you guys have to do this movie I would love to hear your unique commentary on this film. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhIxOqv5Cs0 P.S. Did I mention it has a whopping 3 out of 10 on IMDB and a 37% on Rotten Tomatoes (Which I think is way too high)
  2. At some point, people are going to stop casting him in movies if nobody is going to see them.... right?
  3. I have not seen this yet but it looks FUCKING BONKERS!!! Here is the review from the Seattle alternative paper The Stranger: FILM/TV Is Color Out of Space Good-Bad or Bad-Bad? by Leilani Polk • Jan 22, 2020 at 8:45 am I didn’t go into Color Out of Spacethinking it would be great, or even very good. Starring Nicolas Cage and based on a story by HP Lovecraft about a weird alien presence/virus/organism/wtf that comes crashing in from space via meteorite, I figured it’d be entertaining at the very least. And that it was, but it was also tremendously, spectacularly bad, with some classic bad-acting Cage on tap. The set-up: The film's Gardner family has traded life in the city for a house in the country after they inherit a rural family estate located near Arkham, Massachusetts. They are very obviously city folk. Mom’s a commodities trader whose cancer is in remission, dad Cage is the patriarch who’s failed at his calling (he’s a painter who doesn’t seem to paint anymore and has turned to raising alpacas and gardening, where he’s also failing). The daughter is a Wicca-practicing witch who wears a cape, has purple streaks in her hair, and rides a horse earnestly, while her younger brothers are two-dimensional representations of younger brothers. The older is a smart-mouthed pothead (he gets his stash from the old hippie hermit who squats in a shack on their property, played by Tommy Chong), while the younger is barely a blip on a real-person radar, though he’s the first family member affected by the situation that arises after a meteorite crashes onto their front lawn. Of course, shit gets weird from the get-go. The thing in the yard has a strange purple glow before it cools, and then vanishes (or really, relocates). There’s a hydrologist / daughter love interest who seems to be the only one suspicious of the water being contaminated, and really, the only person who seems to give a fuck at all after the preliminary media buzz. It soon starts affecting the local flora (are the plants in the garden more bountiful or just plain bizarre?), fauna (which have disappeared or become skittish and/or vicious), and then, of course, the Gardner family, as matter seems to distort into a bizarre mutation. Is it an alien? A virus? An extraterrestrial organism? All of the above? The question is never answered, nor does it need to be. And really, the plot isn’t important, either. You’re not here for the plot. You’re here for campy-as-fuck sci-fi horror and Nicolas Cage, of which Color Out of Space has both in spades. It has the potential to be the next great (terrible) cult classic, and will definitely find a sympathetic audience in both die-hard Cage fans and D-level horror film enthusiasts. Also, the colors are pretty. IT ALSO HAS A CRITICAL APPROVAL RATING OF 90% ON ROTTEN TOMATOES!!! Here’s the preview:
  4. If you’re lucky, it’s streaming on your library’s streaming service for free. I enjoyed it very much but IT IS BONKERS!!!
  5. lasercage

    Deadfall (1993)

    The absolute pinnacle of Nicolas Cage disasters, with equally miserable performances by Michael Biehn and James Coburn. Though not the protagonist, Nicolas Cage delivers the most balls out ridiculous tantrums of his career and there is added insanity in the form of cameo appearances from Charlie Sheen, Peter Fonda, Talia Shire and Mickey Dolenz. This movie is a trainwreck that confuses and fails so intensely it makes Season of the Witch palatable and Drive Angry seem like a glorious fable of modern day folly.
  6. thebaouse

    Snake Eyes (1998)

    - Nicolas Cage ("Flamboyant & Corrupt Detective") - Gary Sinise (Naval Intelligence Officer) - Atlantic City - Murder during a Boxing Match and go!
  7. seanmovieman

    Vampire's Kiss (1988)

    This movie is amazing and if you want ridiculous cage you have to see this one. Here's the trailer
  8. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, starring none other than Nicolas Cage! Sure, it won't come out until 2012, but I think this movie should have a reserved seat for the How Did This Get Made? podcast. Here's an interview where the directors and some of the actors involved talk about how "weird" and dark it's supposed to be: http://collider.com/comic-con-ghost-rider-2-nicolas-cage-idris-elba-interview/105965/ Whatever. It's going to be nuts. If Cage is killing something in an R-rated movie (Season of the Witch, Drive Angry), it's probably worth seeing/making fun of. Add the Crank directors to this and it's too good(?) to be true.
  9. jarrycanada

    City of Angels (1998)

    City of Angels (1998) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHXGwUY29MI I would like to believe that all angels are like nick cage.... Not sure if this trailer will work outside the states.
  10. Half an hour in, Nicolas Cage steals the Declaration of Independence. This is such a HDTGM movie.
  11. jarrycanada

    Outcast (2014)

    Outcast Nicolas Cage giving the people what they want. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnAD4sClcQs I didn't notice tell the second watching but this trailer has got the same scene with cage laughing over and over agian.it plays three times. at first watching I didn't even think this was a real movie tell I looked it up on imdb. I got a bad feeling we are going to see Nicolas cages castle in this. lets use my castle as a tax write off. Two jedi masters in one movie how could you lose. I love the poster, in 3d is the Wa-lah touch, it needed. but director we didn't shot this in 3d? They will not notice, just make it soo!
  12. dlvo

    Con Air.

    Nothing else to say. Con Air is the epitome of everything an awesomely terrible movie can be. I'm sure you guys are inundated with requests for Nic Cage movies (Bad Lieutenant and Know1ng would be superb choices, as well), but Con Air really just cannot be topped.
  13. Two more quality Nicolas Cage movies left. Figure it's time to get back to him for a little bit. 1. Vampire's Kiss - Multiple Nicolas Cage freak outs and some of the earliest. Bizarre plot about a literary agent who thinks he's a vampire on top of that. Plus, Nicolas Cage doing a British (?) accent. Not sure really. The full movie is on youtube for "educational purposes". (This movie at one point also features a mime troup outside his apartment acting out some sort of domestic violence scenario. 2. Deadfall - Written and directed by Nicolas Cage's brother Christopher Coppola, this movie has Nicolas Cage sporting a pedophile moustache and another bizarre accent. This movie has my personal favorite Nicolas Cage freakout involving him yelling things like "Fucking hangers", "I'm not a retard man", and "Viva la fucking France". Other possible movies (Non Nicolas Cage): 1. Return to Horror High - This movie is fucking awful and ridiculous. It features a very young, curly mullet toting, George Clooney. The main reason I would love for you to do this movie is because I don't understand it at all. I have seen it three times in order to try and figure out what the fuck is going on and cannot. It is a mess. 2. Miami Connection - This movie is bad movie gold. Fucking amazing. It was written and directed by two people who do not speak very good english. It is set in Miami in the late '80s and is about a tae-kwon-do synth band called "Dragon Sound" that gets in a "gang war" against ninja motorcycle drug dealers. Features two original songs called 'Against The Ninjas" and "Friends". Both amazing. Also has the worst, least black actor of all time, who is clearly trying his hardest.