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Review in a Nutshell: A horror-comedy starring Nicolas Cage as a silent protagonist murdering an abandoned theme park full of Satanic animatronics, Willy’s Wonderland is a fun little film whose obvious flaws are buoyed up by a great soundtrack and some quirky character acting.
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Review in a Nutshell: Triple-wolves, zombie monks, Ron Perlman head-butting everything in sight, and Nicolas Cage’s primordial hair piece…what’s not to like about this ridiculous supernatural “thriller”?
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featuring guest host Daryl “I’m not Here to Make any Friends” Surat from AnimeWorldOrder.
(Also, I guest star on their most recent episode!)
Review in a Nutshell: The story is a bit trite, but The Sorcerer’s Apprentice stands on the strength of its special effects, its wizard fights, and Nic Cage’s bodacious fashion sense. As family friendly films go, it’s an enjoyable little romp.
This movie contains:
Nerds getting Picked On.
Dapper Doctor Octopus.
Nic Cage as Himself.
And thus we bring Cage Rage: The Year of the Cage to a close. It’s been a bumpy ride. But fear not, brave listeners, as long as hope survives, there will always be more Cage to go around.
Strap into your car-seats, because Raising Arizona is the Greatest Movie EVER!
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Review in a Nutshell: Only the Coen Brothers could pull off a comedy about infant kidnapping. Raising Arizona features great performances, wacky situations, excellent cinematography, good pacing, and the Coen Brother’s trademark twisted sense of humor.
We get in the mood for Howl-oween with a truly dire film and a truly fabulous guest host.
Get ready to bench-press some strippers, because Kiss of Death is the Greatest Movie EVER!
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Review in a Nutshell:Kiss of Death is a shockingly well-made crime drama full of character and suspense. Look for fine performances by a host of skilled actors, including but not limited to Stanley Tucci and Samuel L. Jackson. (Also Nicolas Cage.)
This film contains:
THE CAGE IS DISPLEASED.
Some upper-middle class jerk and his glass of wine.
Hide your periscopes and ladies underwear, because Fire Birds is the Greatest Movie EVER!
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Review in a Nutshell:Fire Birds tries to be Top Gun with helicopters instead of fighter jets and South American drug lords instead of the U.S.S.R. It doesn’t really work, but did you just see that freakin’ chopper explode?