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Some years back, I made a promise to myself to see every movie Nicolas Cage has ever starred in, and I'll be damned if I don't make that a reality. The man's an alluring engima on-screen, never consistent enough to call a good or bad actor but never less than confounding. While I haven't made time yet to check out Dying of the Light or Bringing Out Your Dead or Snake Eyes, to sadly name a few, they'll end up on my queue sometime. And so will his latest, the headline-heavy thriller The Runner, and maybe sooner than later. Because, quite frankly, this one looks like a hoot. The general plot of this has something or another to do with Cage as an untrustworthy politician who finds his career intertwined with the 2010 Bp oil spill, and works his way up through the support of his love ones and a couple »
- Will Ashton
David Koepp has a rather solid CV as a director, including Secret Window with Johnny Depp, the underrated ghost story Stir Of Echoes, and the really fun Joseph Gordon-Levitt bike messenger action film Premium Rush. But as a screenwriter, he’s worked on some of the biggest films of the last 25 years – Jurassic Park and its sequel, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Angels and Demons, Mission: Impossible, and Spider-Man.
He’s also had a hand in other notable Hollywood hits (and flops) including Carlito’s Way, The Shadow, Snake Eyes, Zathura, Panic Room, Death Becomes Her, and many, many more. He’s had a fascinating career.
His latest directorial effort is Mortdecai, a »
2 items from 2015
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