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I just gotta say, some of the greatest comments on iCMs is on Face/Off.
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5. Fire Birds (1990): 4/10

Really mediocre and full of clichés. Nicolas made the movie a little more watchable.
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7. Raising Arizona (rewatch)

This was a real pleasure. I don't think I had seen Raising Arizona the whole way through since I was a kid, and I'm happy to report that it was as good as it was in my memory. The Coen Brothers style of dark comedy, high talk mixed with low class, and offbeat characters is as familiar as ever. Cage is doing a variation on the goofball romantic he played in Peggy Sue Got Married and Moonstruck. His roles in those two movies mixed oddball comedy with a tinge of sweet earnestness. He puts more laughs and sincere sentiment into his performance as HI McDunnough in Raising Arizona, though, than he did into either of those two movies.

8. Vampire's Kiss

For the first hour, this movie was a boring mush that couldn't even be sustained by all of Cage's antics. The last 30-45 minutes are pure comedy gold as Cage really lets loose. As a violent fantasia on 80s New York yuppiedom, Vampire's Kiss resembles American Psycho, but only if all the black humor and incisive satire of that movie had been replaced by pure farce. Once Cage starts walking around Manhattan sporting Halloween costume vampire teeth and trying to convince people he is a vampire, the rest of the movie is pure laughs.
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01. National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007)
02. Vampire's Kiss (1988)
03. The Wicker Man (2006)
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9. The Family Man

There were a few moments when Cage was very close to letting out his inner hyper-realism mad man. But it never happened. Also, the movie sucks.
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going to see dog eat dog soon.will report.
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04. Face/Off (1997)
05. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2011)
06. The Croods (2013)
Full Cage: 30%
Filmography:
Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)
Birdy (1984)
The Cotton Club (1984)
Moonstruck (1987)
Raising Arizona (1987)
02. Vampire's Kiss (1988)
Wild at Heart (1990)
Honeymoon in Vegas (1992)
Leaving Las Vegas (1995)
The Rock (1996)
Con Air (1997)
04. Face/Off (1997)
City of Angels (1998)
Snake Eyes (1998)
8MM (1999)
Adaptation. (2002)
National Treasure (2004)
03. The Wicker Man (2006)
Ghost Rider (2007)
01. National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007)
Kick-Ass (2010)
05. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2011)
06. The Croods (2013)
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I've watched a few Nic Cage movies but obviously failed to keep track of them here. Anyway, I only just saw this SNL sketch with a beautiful Cage performance for the first time:

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seen before challenge astarted 23

1. Moonstuck - Not too bad
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10. Dog Eat Dog


Hooo boy, this one is a half-baked mess that winks in the direction of gem-in-the-rough cult object before ending as complete shit. Cage and Dafoe are hampered here by a slipshod script, and Cage is hampered even more because Dafoe has got the oddball role and Cage has to play it straight in comparison. That being said, Cage does a solid Bogart impression which is worth a look.
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Heh, just noticed this. I was thinking of starting something on the Cagemaster myself, now I don't have to. Anyway I believe I've seen 26 films, the most recent being Gone in 60 Seconds last week which was just HORRIBLE. A car movie in which the car chases are utterly dull, and with Angelina Jolie at her best-looking given nothing at all to do - she doesn't even get much chance to look pretty. There's really nothing to recommend this film at all apart from CAGE and even his Godlike presence can do little. Not a whole lot of great lines, maybe one that made me smirk and I don't remember it now.
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and ...
11. Snowden

Not enough Cage in this one.
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blocho on Jul 10 2017, 11:52:11 PM wrote:and ...
11. Snowden

Not enough Cage in this one.
Indeed. I thought the film overall was OK but really, quite superfluous if you've already seen the terrific Citizenfour doc. Oliver Stone's Snowden film certainly could have used some more Nic Cage - I would have loved to see him really play up the "older, veteran, kinda kooky NSA employee who made too much hubbub and was tucked away out of sight as a teacher" character he was given. Not nearly enough time in the Cage...sigh.
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I realise I have not been keeping up with my own progress on this important challenge. I try to check out a Cage film every few months or so

4. Matchstick Men (Scott, 2003) - not prime Cage performance but solid film
5. Peggy Sue Got Married (Coppola, 1986)
6. Valley Girl (Coolidge, 1983) - fun early Cage
7. The Wicker Man (LaBute, 2006) - yeah, not good. although still some enjoyment to be had.
8. Dying of the Light (Schrader, 2014) - has a reputation for being a mess disowned by director and stars, and yeah it's a mess. Perhaps there could have been a good movie in there somewhere but mostly felt like a 90s B action movie.
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Updated the table

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Carmel1379 on Aug 20 2017, 05:55:48 PM wrote:Image
One of the reasons Cage is in something like five crap movies every year is because he buys crazy shit like this.
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That is the most Nic Cage-y headline imaginable. :lol:

On a related note, somehow I only just found out about Nic Cage's trip to Kazakhstan last month that unsurprisingly became a meme after this pic surfaced:

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He is the most entertaining actor of our time. It's just a shame he's fully declined to a quantity:quality ratio comparable to Michael Madsen. 7 films listed for 2017 and not one looks remotely promising :(
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I'm not sure how this is the first time I've seen this: the greatest talk show entrance of all time, and of course it's by none other than Nicolas Cage, around the time of Wild at Heart:



- Immediate somersault? Check.
- Throw cash to the audience? Check.
- Karate moves? Check.
- On a shitload of cocaine? Likely "check".
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GruesomeTwosome on Aug 30 2017, 08:22:33 AM wrote:I'm not sure how this is the first time I've seen this: the greatest talk show entrance of all time, and of course it's by none other than Nicolas Cage, around the time of Wild at Heart:
The full (or at least fuller) talk show appearance has been posted here before:

http://www.icmforum.com/single/?p=8532979&t=7921130

Cage certainly was still very much in Sailor mode when he did this.


From this Nic Cage Q&A video from this year's C4GED (which is a lot of fun)...



...I learned about a little seen and rarely mentioned Cage role [a small guest appearance] in 'Never on Tuesday' (1989), and it doesn't disappoint.



By the way, for the David Lynch enthusiasts, he also does a (not very good) impersonation of the director in this Q&A while talking about 'Wild At Heart' at 13:06.
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Haha, that Never on Tuesday clip is glorious!

And I didn't think his Lynch impression was all that bad, actually ("Nick-ster!")
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New viewings over the last year:

#5 The Wicker Man (2006, Neil LaBute) 4
#6 Vampire’s Kiss (1988, Robert Bierman) 7++
#7 Bringing Out the Dead (1999, Martin Scorsese) 8
#8 Wild at Heart (1990, David Lynch) (3rd viewing) 9+ (from 8)
#9 Industrial Symphony No. 1: The Dream of the Broken Hearted (1990, David Lynch) 7

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The family man. (But is he the baby or the father?)

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Under pressure.

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To be left with this ambiguous smile.

#10 8mm (1999, Joel Schumacher) 7

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Face/Off, Vampire's Kiss (rewatch), Dying of the Light, Dog Eat Dog
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Carmel, I've investigated your Cage progress on ICM and while Face/off should certainly be priority number 1, I'd recommend any/all of the following over the disappointing Dying of the Light: Snake Eyes, Valley Girl, The Rock, Red Rock West. All better both in terms of film quality and Cage performance
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07. Red Rock West (1993)
Full Cage: 30%
Filmography:
Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)
Birdy (1984)
The Cotton Club (1984)
Moonstruck (1987)
Raising Arizona (1987)
02. Vampire's Kiss (1988)
Wild at Heart (1990)
Honeymoon in Vegas (1992)
07. Red Rock West (1993)
Leaving Las Vegas (1995) Cinema
The Rock (1996)
Con Air (1997)
04. Face/Off (1997)
City of Angels (1998)
Snake Eyes (1998) Cinema
8MM (1999) Cinema
Adaptation. (2002)
National Treasure (2004)
03. The Wicker Man (2006)
Ghost Rider (2007)
01. National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007)
Kick-Ass (2010)
05. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2011)
06. The Croods (2013)
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nimimerkillinen on Mar 20 2017, 02:39:35 AM wrote:seen before challenge astarted 23

1. Moonstuck - Not too bad
2. The Trust - even tho its conventional i thought it was decent, surprised by low imdb, liked the visual look too
3. Rumble Fish - good cinematography at times!
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08. G-Force (2009)
Full Cage: 30%
Filmography:
Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)
Birdy (1984)
The Cotton Club (1984)
Moonstruck (1987)
Raising Arizona (1987)
02. Vampire's Kiss (1988)
Wild at Heart (1990)
Honeymoon in Vegas (1992)
07. Red Rock West (1993)
Leaving Las Vegas (1995) Cinema
The Rock (1996)
Con Air (1997)
04. Face/Off (1997)
City of Angels (1998)
Snake Eyes (1998) Cinema
8MM (1999) Cinema
Adaptation. (2002)
National Treasure (2004)
03. The Wicker Man (2006)
Ghost Rider (2007)
01. National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007)
08. G-Force (2009)
Kick-Ass (2010)
05. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2011)
06. The Croods (2013)
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12. Fire Birds (1990)

Craptacular Top Gun retread, only this time with helicopters ("heeeli-copters" as Tommy Lee calls them). It's got crap acting, crap editing, crap dialogue, and plenty of crappy misogyny too. My only reason to see this, of course, is the presence of the great Nic Cage. The highlight scene features Cage chanting "I am the greatest" over and over again as he vanquishes foes in a simulator.
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Mom and Dad trailer
Now that is what I'm talking about. "Cage in full nutzoid mode?" That is uncut Cage. The bomb. I'm looking forward to this.
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9. Dog Eat Dog (Schrader, 2016)
A bit like Dying of the Light, there's potentially a decent film in there somewhere, but there's too much low-grade 90s action padding in between the enjoyably OTT opening scene and the stylish artsy ending. Stick to Wild at Heart for prime Cage-Dafoe.
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9. Dog Eat Dog (Schrader, 2016)
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blocho on Jan 15 2018, 03:32:01 PM wrote:Mom and Dad trailer
Now that is what I'm talking about. "Cage in full nutzoid mode?" That is uncut Cage. The bomb. I'm looking forward to this.
There's potential for there, for sure.

I also hold out some hope for this one: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6998518/
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6. Lord of War (2005) (rewatch): 8/10 (old rating: 8/10)

Of course Nic was good, but Eamonn Walker as the President of Liberia deserves a lot of credit as well.
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brokenface on Jan 15 2018, 04:44:44 PM wrote:
blocho on Jan 15 2018, 03:32:01 PM wrote:Mom and Dad trailer
Now that is what I'm talking about. "Cage in full nutzoid mode?" That is uncut Cage. The bomb. I'm looking forward to this.
There's potential for there, for sure.

I also hold out some hope for this one: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6998518/
I could not be more excited
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Mom and Dad was good. He goes apeshit at one point. https://letterboxd.com/allisoncm/film/mom-and-dad-2017/
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13. USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage

Cage is doing his restrained-average guy thing here, which isn't very exciting. The movie itself is real shit--just a horrid script joined by painful effects. The true story of the Indianapolis deserves a better movie than this.
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09. Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000)
Full Cage: 78% official - 30% all
Filmography:
Off. lists 22/28
Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)
Rumble Fish (1983)
Birdy (1984)
The Cotton Club (1984)
Moonstruck (1987)
Raising Arizona (1987)
02. Vampire's Kiss (1988)
Wild at Heart (1990)
07. Red Rock West (1993)
Leaving Las Vegas (1995) Cinema
The Rock (1996)
Con Air (1997)
04. Face/Off (1997)
Snake Eyes (1998) Cinema
Bringing Out the Dead (1999)
09. Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000)
Adaptation. (2002)
Windtalkers (2002)
National Treasure (2004)
Ghost Rider (2007)
Grindhouse (2007) - Werewolf Women of the SS
01. National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007)
The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call - New Orleans (2009)
08. G-Force (2009)
Kick-Ass (2010)
The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2010)
06. The Croods (2013)
The Expendables 3 (2014)

The rest 5/61
Best of Times (1981)
Valley Girl (1983)
Racing with the Moon (1984)
The Boy in Blue (1986)
Peggy Sue Got Married (1986)
Never on Tuesday (1989)
Tempo di uccidere (1989)
Fire Birds (1990)
Industrial Symphony No. 1: The Dream of the Brokenhearted (1990)
Zandalee (1991)
Honeymoon in Vegas (1992)
Amos & Andrew (1993)
Deadfall (1993)
Guarding Tess (1994)
It Could Happen to You (1994)
Trapped in Paradise (1994)
Kiss of Death (1995)
City of Angels (1998)
8MM (1999) Cinema
The Family Man (2000)
Captain Corelli's Mandolin (2001)
Christmas Carol: The Movie (2001)
Sonny (2002)
Matchstick Men (2003)
Lord of War (2005)
The Weather Man (2005)
The Ant Bully (2006)
03. The Wicker Man (2006)
World Trade Center (2006)
Next (2007)
Bangkok Dangerous (2008)
Astro Boy (2009)
Knowing (2009)
Drive Angry (2011)
05. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2011)
Season of the Witch (2011)
Seeking Justice (2011)
Trespass (2011)
Stolen (2012)
The Frozen Ground (2013)
Joe (2013)
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Huge buzz for this one, I'm excited.

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