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“A Walk Among the Tombstones” is a throwback to hardboiled detective stories of yore that does nothing but a disservice to those stories with bottom-of-the-barrel cliches, lazy storytelling, and unfocused direction.
7. Drive Angry (2011) – Directed by Patrick Lussier The Nicolas Cage-led “Drive Angry” may seem like a curveball, but director Patrick Lussier’s affection for B-movie jocularity gives the film a quality that many viewers may have overlooked. At it’s core, “Drive Angry” is explicitly ridiculous. The film follows John Milton (yes, that’s right—this film […]
With 77 and counting credits to his name, it is nothing less than a true challenge to pick the ten best roles Nicolas Cage has delivered. His career spans over 30 years and encapsulates performances that range from the truly bizarre to grounded and realistic.