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A man with the ability to see the future and change the outcome of events before they occur is forced to choose between saving himself and saving the world in this supernatural thriller starring Nicolas Cage and directed by Lee Tamahori Die Another Day, The Edge. Cris Johnson Cage is a Las Vegas magician who possesses the unique ability to witness the events of the immediate future moments before they happen. As a child Cris was subjected to a series of cruel experiments by government scientists and doctors, but ...
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Overview

A man with the ability to see the future and change the outcome of events before they occur is forced to choose between saving himself and saving the world in this supernatural thriller starring Nicolas Cage and directed by Lee Tamahori Die Another Day, The Edge. Cris Johnson Cage is a Las Vegas magician who possesses the unique ability to witness the events of the immediate future moments before they happen. As a child Cris was subjected to a series of cruel experiments by government scientists and doctors, but a change of name and a new identity allowed the tortured psychic to elude detection and start a new life away from the prying eyes of his former captors. Though his clairvoyant vision only extends a few minutes into the future, it has still allowed Cris to eke out a living as a low-rent Las Vegas magician while earning a little extra cash at the blackjack tables. Up to this point in his life Cris has never used his power for anything substantial, but when he experiences a vision of Los Angeles being incinerated in a nuclear holocaust, the small-time magician realizes that he could hold the key to saving millions of lives. But as low as he has tried to lie in recent years, Cris has never completely escaped detection by the government. Now, as terrorists prepare to unleash the ultimate horror on an unsuspecting city, FBI counter terror agent Callie Ferris Julianne Moore sets out to capture Cris and convince him to use his exceptional gift to prevent the nuclear nightmare from becoming a terrifying reality. Jessica Biel, Peter Falk, and Thomas Kretschmann co-star in the film, which is based on a short story by acclaimed sci-fi author Philip K. Dick.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/1/2013
  • UPC: 883929301133
  • Original Release: 2007
  • Source: Paramount Catalog
  • Presentation: Stereo
  • Sound: stereo, Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français, Español
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 36,294

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Nicolas Cage Cris Johnson
Julianne Moore Callie Ferris
Jessica Biel Liz Cooper
Thomas Kretschmann Mr. Smith
Tory Kittles Cavanaugh
Peter Falk Irv
Jim Beaver Wisdom
Enzo Cilenti Mr. Jones
Jason Butler Harner Jeff Baines
José Zuñiga Security Chief Roybal
Michael Trucco Kendall
Laetitia Danielle Miss Brown
Nicolas Pajon Mr. Green
Sergej Trifunovic Mr. White
Charles Chun Davis
Patricia Prata Showgirl
Jon Hughes Emcee
Jack Ong Korean Man
Alice Kim Cage Girl With Necklace
Edith Fields Old Lady In Casino
Lorilynn Failor Blackjack Dealer
Jessica Barth Pretty Blonde
Logan Christopher Blonde's Boyfriend
Richard Kay Drunk Man
Bonita Friedericy Cashier Girl
Danny Downey Gunman
Mike Runyard Security Gard
Adam Lieberman Diner Manager
Miranda Frigon Diner Waitress
Sam Kim Shadow Tech
Max Lee Shadow Tech
Thomas Siyuja Sr. Shaman
Kaynece Watahomigie Havasupai Child
Dimitri Watahomigie Havasupai Child
Nuce Ty-Teray Havasupai Child
Nuce Marshall Havasupai Child
Mavis Jones Havasupai Child
Paul Rae Road Crew Foreman
Hinetoa Dead Girl
Jeff Michael Jeff Michael
Lisa Joyner Lisa Joyner
Dean Cudworth JTTF Sniper Agent
Chris Palermo SWAT Commander
John Scanlon Helicopter Pilot
Technical Credits
Lee Tamahori Director
Paul Bernbaum Screenwriter
Nicolas Cage Producer
Denise Chamian Casting
Todd Garner Producer
Gary Goldman Executive Producer
Gary Goldman Executive Producer, Original Story, Screenwriter
Norm Golightly Producer
J. Michael Haynie Asst. Director
Sanja Milkovic Hays Costumes/Costume Designer
Jonathan Hensleigh Screenwriter
Mark Hitchler Set Decoration/Design
Mark Isham Score Composer
Kevin Ishioka Art Director
William B. Kaplan Sound/Sound Designer
Graham King Producer
Jason Kodrick Executive Producer
Jason Koornick Executive Producer
Kevin Loo Set Decoration/Design
Nick Navarro Set Decoration/Design
Clay Pinney Special Effects Supervisor
William Sandell Production Designer
Arne Schmidt Producer
David Tattersall Cinematographer
Christian Wagner Editor
Benjamin Waisbren Executive Producer
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    HIGHLY ENTERTAINING AND LIKE SOME OF CAGE'S PAST FILMS -SEE BELOW:

    A fun film to watch with good effects. Chris Johnson (Cage) has the ability to know what will happen in the next few minutes, sound like "Knowing" and N.T.'s, in a way. The sub plot is typical but the storyline is unique.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Good Idea from Philip K. Dick Slips Away in the Script

    Philip K. Dick has been the resource of stories for some very exciting films (Minority Report, Total Recall, Blade Runner), but in NEXT, his short story 'The Golden Man' as adapted by Gary Goldman and directed by Lee Tamahori, the concept of precognition as a human feature in altering the future falls into a video game format that becomes more action film and less human interest tale. Cris Johnson AKA Frank Cadillac (Nicholas Cage) is a sloe eyed Las Vegas grungy magician who has found a way to hide the fact that he has the gift to see two minutes into his future, a gift that rewards him at the gambling tables but draws attention from the FBI after a thwarted attempt on Cris' part to stop a robbery is captured on video tape. The FBI, especially Agent Callie Ferris (Julianne Moore), knows that a nuclear device has entered the USA by terrorists headed by 'Mr. Smith' (Thomas Kretschmann), and that if the device cannot be traced, a nuclear bomb threatens the lives of millions of citizens. Agent Callie observes Cris' talent and engages him to aid in the discovery of the site of the device. But Chris' powers lead him to a beautiful young woman Liz (Jessica Biel) with whom his powers to see into the future can be extended for more than the requisite 2 minutes. After a series of 'attempts' at introduction, Cris and Liz bond, allowing Cris' expanded powers to be of more help to the persistent Agent Callie. From that point on the film dissolves into yet another combustible crashing action flick with endless CG special effects, all but erasing the character development. And the ending is as one might expect - not very Philip K. Dick in style. Cage and Biel do well, Moore seems bored with her character, and Kretschman yet again embodies the evil of terrorism and beyond. There are some rather extraneous scenes on an Indian reservation that add little except the beauty of the Grand Canyon to the story, and there are some truly funny scenes of themes and variations on the chances we take in approaching a potential love source. But in the end all gets rather lost in the explosions ad infinitum that mark the film as a routine action flick. Grady Harp

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