Sent him a happy birthday email with a picture of myself with my mom who's a bigger fan of him
Lots of other people did, too. It did pretty well, considering that it wasn't that big of a release, and that it was a September release.
what the fuck? i unironically love nic cage movies and everyone i've met either hates him and hasn't watched hardly any of his stuff or loves/is neutral towards him and has watched a lot of his stuff
fucking fb cunts
All that anyone can think of anymore is the last five or so years of his career. You don't even have to go that far back to find some great material. He's always done a bunch of stinkers, paired with legitimately great movies that he's been excellent in.
But everyone thinks they're an astute film critic for being able to cite Wicker Man or Left Behind, while forgetting all of his great roles, and ignoring the fact that he puts his heart into the shit movies he's been in. Even the worst movies he's been in become watchable because he actually puts some effort into it.
>Directed by Mario Van Pebbles
MY SWEET NIC
Can anyone tell me how accurate is this thing?
I watched sth like 5, and so far everything is in order.
Face Off needs to switch places with Bad Lieutenant.
I don't really remember him being that mental in Adaptation. and I couldn't get through Wild at Heart, despite being a big David Lynch fan.
A new snakeskin jacket that happens to be a symbol of his individuality and strong belief in personal freedom
True. I just get hung up on the scene with the hallway and the doors. It's such a great metaphor for becoming an adult. When you're young, you have an infinite number of doors open, but as you get older, more and more of them close.