FlixChatter Review: The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (2022)

Sometimes a brilliant idea looks good on paper but doesn’t translate well to the screen. The script of The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent was on the Black List and writer/director Tom Gormican somehow managed to convince Nicolas Cage to play a fictionalized version of himself. The result is a wildly entertaining & hilarious action-comedy …

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Trailer Spotlight: Nic Cage in ‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’

There are only 10 days left til the end of the year and I wanted to highlight one or two more trailers of movies I can't wait to see. I didn't get a chance to post this last week but this trailer is such a riot and of course it's the PERFECT vehicle for the …

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Scene(s) Spotlight: Nic Cage as Castor Troy in Face/Off

Happy Friday everyone! I don't usually post about the same actor back to back, but y'know what, I've been wanting to highlight some scenes from FACE/OFF. I'm an unabashed fan of this John Woo movie, and it's no doubt one of my favorite 90s action flicks. Ok so technically John Travolta plays Castor Troy as …

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Question of the week: What’s your 10 Favorite Nic Cage Roles?

Happy Thursday everyone! I'm kind of in a list-y mood so I'm doing yet another list post today, with the collaboration of my friend Josh of JJames Reviews ... AND also all of you fine friends of FlixChatter! Inspired my our recent viewing of JOE featuring the inimitable Nicholas Kim Coppola, aka Nicolas Cage was in …

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MSPIFF14 Reviews: JOE & Brave Miss World documentary

JOE Review by Josh P. Often grim, Joe is well made and gripping, though, perhaps, not for the faint-hearted. In the film’s first scene, writers Larry Brown & Gary Hawkins and director David Gordon Green define Joe as a harsh drama. In it, fifteen-year-old Gary (Tye Sheridan) accosts his father, Wade (Gary Poulter), for being …

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Five for the Fifth: February 2014 Edition

Welcome to FlixChatter's one and only blog series! As is customary for this monthly feature, I get to post five random news item/observation/poster, etc. and then turn it over to you to share your take on that given topic. You can see the previous five-for-the-fifth posts here. 1. Whether you like it or not folks, …

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The week that was… [slowly] back blogging again

Hello everyone! Remember me? 😉 I've been back since very late Friday but after 30+ hour trip, I was still pretty exhausted that I didn't have any energy to blog right away. Hope everyone's doing well whilst I was off the blogosphere, well I was practically off-line entirely as I barely got time to even …

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