#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The fictionalized version of Nick Cage must accept a $1 million offer to attend the birthday of a dangerous super fan Javi Gutierrez. Things take a wildly unexpected turn when Nick Cage is recruited by a CIA operative Vivian and forced to live up to his own legend, channeling his most iconic and beloved on-screen characters in order to save himself and his loved ones.
Plot: Creatively unfulfilled and facing financial ruin, Nick Cage must accept a $1 million offer to attend the birthday of a dangerous superfan. Things take a wildly unexpected turn when Cage is recruited by a CIA operative and forced to live up to his own legend, channeling his most iconic and beloved on-screen characters in order to save himself and his loved ones.
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“The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is an admirable tribute to one of the most iconic actors of his generation: Nicolas Cage. A hilariously insane, absurd journey through a career filled with unforgettable gems, equally ridiculous and without any creative constraints.
From the hundreds of delicious references to past works and characters to the phenomenal chemistry between Pedro Pascal and Cage, it will be more complicated for viewers unfamiliar with the latter’s life and filmography to get carried away by the chaotic, naturally exaggerated atmosphere.
Regardless, witnessing Cage play himself is worth any ticket. Endless entertainment for fans of a pure talent that deserves much, much more acclaim.”
No-one could ever accuse Nicolas Cage of not having a sense of humour. He plays himself for most of this, depicting a somewhat fallen star whose agent (Neil Patrick Harris) finds him a gig for $1m to go to the birthday party of his wealthy Mallorcan superman “Javi” (Pedro Pascal). Lack of options force him to travel and he quite quickly befriends his adulatory, spring screenplay writer, amigo. Snag – well Tiffany Haddish (“Vivan”) is the CIA on the island, and she tries to co-opt him onto a cunning plan to trap “Javi” – whom she believes to be a criminal kingpin behind the kidnap of the daughter of a politician. What now ensue are some quite fun escapades as the actor has to turn his hand to skills he would do off pat if he were in front of a camera, but not so readily in “real life” – and it turns out that he isn’t half bad, either. Is “Javi” really the baddie? Will Cage rise to the challenge? All is revealed in this amiable parody of not just many of his own films, but of espionage and action drama in general. It’s got some car chases, fancy locations, power boats and a room with a waxwork that would not have looked out of place with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. A bit ripe at times, the dialogue is peppered with plenty of wittiness and Cage plays the exasperated, then terrified, then motivated actor with aplomb and with his tongue in his cheek. Pascal makes for a fun foil keeping the bromance bubbling along nicely, and with Sharon Horgan delivering well as his long-suffering ex-wife (“Olivia”) this is a well paced and enjoyable adventure romp.
Whether or not you are a Cage fan, you are in for a treat.
First of all, it is great to see Nick Cage working with such actors like Pedro Pascal who can not only keep up with Cage’s screen presence but also enhance it. Secondly, as I have stated in the title, you’ll enjoy this experience regardless if you are a fan of the man or not but if you are a fan, then you’ll be very glad to see that the film has many nods to Cage’s evolving filmography throughout the years. In the end, movie is both a cheesy (and well aware of itself) and a special thing that’s not like any other comedy movie.
Just Amazing no words
Best work of Nicolas Cage. Didn’t expected it to be soo good. The Bromance at its best. The Bottom Line Very entertaining, if less exotic than it sounds.
Original Language en
Genre Action, Comedy, Crime
Director Tom Gormican
Writer Tom Gormican, Kevin Etten
Actors Nicolas Cage, Pedro Pascal, Tiffany Haddish
Country United States
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