Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call - New Orleans
Drama • R • 2009 • 2 hr 2 min
Cage going turbo Cage as a dirty cop. If you're a Cage fan you need to see it.
Unique cop comedy/drama, great performance from Cage, probably unlike anything you’ve seen before
I thought this was a great over the top cop drama. Cage and Kilmer kill it in this.
(If you haven't seen this) Stop what you're doing now, spark a fat one, smoke a bong of some opium laced hash, and get on this one!
Intense and very dark. Nothing groundbreaking but still fun to watch. cage is decent in it, but still Cage. Entertaining and a decent story.
Outstanding, especially when paired with the Ferrara Bad Lieutenant. Cage & Herzog are a match made in heaven. Didn't expect such A+ comedy!
This is one of those movies that’s so bad, but so good. It’s so over-the-top and so serious about itself. Definitely a guilty pleasure.
Nicolas Cage and Werner Herzog create the most insane and beautiful tapestry. This movie is the culmination of infinite bonkers energy.
If you like Cageisms you will love it, its perfectly written for him. If not it may at least be one of the weirdest cop movies you will see.
Well written, action packed and convincingly acted, especially by a beautifully unhinged Nicolas Cage, I enjoyed hating Cage’s character.
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