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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    I've been a long time Nicolas Cage fan, but I never got around to seeing this one until just recently. It's not my favorite of Cage's movies I'd have to say, but it's definitely a good one...and he does well in it. It was cool to see Gary Sinese in this as well, and he played his role wonderfully as well. The whole cast did a good job. I'm not going to delve into what it's about, because you can find that out for yourself in the synopsis, but it is a good, gripping thriller. If you are into action/thrillers, check this one out. Below are some of the many other awesome Nicolas Cage movies out there.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A true example of fine film-making

    Depalma shows just how good a film maker he is with the opening scene so elaborately detailed up above. What they fail to tell you though is that it is all one interrupted scene with no intercuts or cutaways and the scene runs a whole 12 minutes!! Few directors could pull off a trick like that one in today's ever increasing number of Michael Bay wanna-bees who make excessive cuts just for the sake of cutting. It's nice to see a director like Depalma stay true to his artistic roots and not trade up for flashy camerawork that might have style but no substance.

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