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Spike Lee is disgusted with fellow director Quentin Tarantino’s depiction of slavery in his latest flick ‘Django Unchained,’ and he’s blasting the ‘disrespectful’ movie on Twitter! Whose side are you on?
Spike Lee has criticized Quentin Tarantino’s work in the past, and now, the director says he’d be disrespecting his ancestors if he were to see the slavery revenge flick Django Unchained. He’s boycotting the movie because he finds it insulting.
“I can’t speak on it ’cause I’m not gonna see it. I’m not seeing it,” Spike also said in a video interview with VibeTV. ”All I’m going to say is that it’s disrespectful to my ancestors to see that film. That »
- Christopher Rogers
Wild man Cage has made a career out of unleashing his crazy self in front of the camera, but he actually seems to reign in the craziness a little bit in this trailer that stars him as a former thief forced to pull off one last heist to rescue his daughter from his former partner in crime. Meanwhile, Josh Lucas seems to grab some of that wacko juice, not so much in the way he acts, but how he looks. I didn’t even recognize him until he opened his mouth and spoke.
Hollywood rolls out a tired plot in the movie formerly known as Medallion, making this a must-see for Lucas or Cage fans, and pretty much nobody else. The synopsis »
- Marty Shaw
Poor New Orleans. Seven years after being hit by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the Crescent City is doing battle with what look to be two new calamities: the upcoming movies from Nicolas Cage and Sylvester Stallone.
An odd twist of fate finds Stallone's Bullet to the Head and Cage's Stolen both set in the Big Easy. An even odder twist of fate finds the trailers for both flicks released in the same week after the films themselves have been sitting on the shelf for more than a year. A twist of fate that's not at all odd is the fact that both movies look like stinkers. Actually, that's not really a twist of fate. That's just reality; therefore, I guess the universe remains in balance.
If Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance didn’t give you enough of Nicholas Cage to last the year, fear not. There’s more. 2012 will end with 2 films from the Oscar winning actor. First up is Nicolas Cage, John Cusack and Vanessa Hudgens in the new trailer for Frozen Ground (via THR).
In this taut and gripping, true-life thriller, Alaska State Trooper, Glen Flothe (Cage), partners with Cindy Paulson (Hudgens), to bring Alaska’s most notorious serial killer, Robert Hansen (Cusack), to justice.
As the bodies of women start to add up, Sgt. Flothe goes on a personal manhunt to find a serial killer who has silently stalked the streets of Anchorage for more than 13 years. When 17 year-old Cindy Paulson escapes Hansen’s unspeakable violence, she believes the law will take him down. Instead she finds herself, once again, fighting for her life. With her only ally, the unlikely Sgt. Flothe, »
- Michelle McCue
A general rule of thumb to follow when dealing with modern Nic Cage movies is that the more ridiculous his hair looks in the trailer, the more awesomely bad the movie is going to end up being. Given that criteria, it doesn’t seem like his latest film, Stolen, is really going to be anything to write home about. Just look at that relatively short, slicked back, graciously-accepting-the-receding-nature-of-the-hairline do that he’s sporting here—it’s almost typical for a man his age. Given the apparent lack of lunacy, is Stolen even going to be worth watching? Maybe. It’s important to keep in mind that this project is re-teaming the actor with his Con Air director, Simon West, and Con-Air is one of the seminal, balls-crazy Nic Cage action films. He plays a character named Cameron Poe in that one, for heaven’s sake. There’s bound to be at least some residual craziness seeping into »
- Nathan Adams
Maybe it's just me, but it feels like the success of Taken has led to an increase in the number of revenge movies being made as of late and Nicolas Cage happens to be starring in at least half of them. This week a trailer has arrived online for another riff on Taken called Stolen that finds Nicolas Cage reteaming with Con-Air director Simon West (who also just directed The Expendables 2). Cage plays a father whose daughter is kidnapped and locked in the trunk of a taxi, the twist being that Cage's character is a former thief who must pull off one last heist to get the ransom money. However, if you thought Cage was likely to be the most ridiculous thing about this movie, think again: Josh Lucas plays the dirtbag kidnapper with long, scraggly hair and a cut under one eye. Cage's daughter is played by Sami Gayle, »
Here, let us pitch you a movie. It stars Nicolas Cage—wait! Before you start shouting, "I need to see this," let us finish.
It stars Nicolas Cage as a bank robber. There's more. In this movie, he plays a bank robber, who gets caught pulling a job, and when he gets released from prison, his partner, played by a long-hair, strung-out Josh Lucas, demands his share of the money, which Cage destroyed. To make sure he gets his take, this former partner kidnaps Cage's daughter.
We know what you're thinking. "Of course, I want to see this movie. Why would anyone not want to see this movie?" But for the sake of argument, you should probably just check out the first trailer for Nicolas Cage in "Stolen" (via Yahoo! Movies).
We told you. You can check out the synopsis for "Stolen" below.
Will Montgomery is a master thief who »
- Kevin P. Sullivan
Considering the title and basic plotline for Stolen, you'd be forgiven for thinking at first glance that the film was just the latest mockbuster, this time designed to cash in on the upcoming Liam Neeson action sequel Taken 2. It's not. It is in fact the latest Nicolas Cage action thriller and sees him starring as a master thief forced to employed his own particular set of skills to pull off a daring heist in order to raise a $10 million ransom and free his kidnapped daughter, who is being held hostage by his former partner.
Stolen reteams Cage with Con Air director Simon West and arrives hot on the heels of West's latest offering The Expendables 2, which looks set to open in first place at the box-office this weekend. Joining Cage in the cast are Malin Akerman (Watchmen), Josh Lucas (Poseidon), Danny Huston (Wrath of the Titans), Sami Gayle »
Like any successful distribution label should, Millennium Entertainment has accrued an instantly recognizable strain of action film with which their brand is linked, so when their logo pops up the trailer for their latest release “Stolen” -- and Jason Statham, Cuba Gooding Jr., or Clive Owen is nowhere in sight -- naturally there's only Nicolas Cage left to deliver the goods. Written by David Guggenheim (“Safe House”), and directed by Simon West (marking a reunion with Cage after “Con Air”), the film at least had the makings of a decent thriller in its veins. However, from the opening moments of the trailer -- featuring a former thief Cage emerging from prison (looking painfully serious) only to find his estranged daughter kidnapped by his old partner (Josh Lucas) -- it looks like the under-lit, throw-away actioner that tax-credit friendly New Orleans filmmaking tends to exhibit on its worst days. In the villain role, »
- Charlie Schmidlin
Here's a the first trailer to Nicolas Cage's terrible looking movie, Stolen. What's crazy is this movie actually has a decent director and cast, unfortunately the movie looks like a piece of crap to me. The movie was directed by Simon West (Con Air, Tomb Raider), and also stars Josh Lucas, Malin Akerman and Danny Huston.
When I see a movie like this, it makes me wonder if any of investors or studio executives actually read the script before they greenlit it. I Imagine the pitch meeting went something like this.... "It's like the movie Taken only it's not!" It seems like a direct to DVD knock-off movie, especially with that title... Stolen.
Here's the Synopsis:
Will Montgomery is a master thief who after being double-crossed in a heist gone awry is sent to prison for 8 years. Upon his release he's ready to leave his criminal past behind and »
- Joey Paur
Millennium Entertainment upcoming action flick stars Nicolas Cage as Will Montgomery, a former master thief who is released from prison after serving an eight-year stretch for stealing $10 million in bearer bonds.
Cage reteams with his Con Air director West; Malin Akerman plays Cage’s ex-girlfriend with whom he teams up to find his daughter, while a long-haired Josh Lucas, the cab driving former partner who has kidnaps Will’s daughter, plays the antagonist in this Taken similar movie.
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Here’s the official synopsis:
Will Montgomery is a master thief who after being double-crossed in a heist gone awry is sent to prison for 8 years. »
- Nick Martin
Just when you think he’s getting back on track, Nicolas Cage goes and makes something like this. Even worse? I (only now) remember hearing about Stolen some six months or so ago and thinking, “Yeah, this could prove to be alright.” After all, the actor can still do his trashy stuff well, given the proper material; the concept of trying to track down one taxi, the trunk of which contains his character’s daughter, sounded sort of fun; and, when you break it down, Simon West isn’t too bad, either.
The first trailer, however, makes it clear that everyone’s taking a quick paycheck and getting the hell out before anyone else takes notice. Cage… is doing his thing again, but not in the entertaining sense, while Josh Lucas shows up with a ridiculous haircut that should make him look “grungy.” Or something. (Also, why is Justin Bieber »
- email@example.com (thefilmstage.com)
The first trailer for the action thriller Stolen has been released. Previously referred to as Medallion, the film reteams Nicolas Cage with his Con Air director Simon West. Cage plays a former master thief who only has a few hours to find his daughter when she is kidnapped and locked in the trunk of a New York taxi cab. Malin Akerman plays Cage’s ex-girlfriend with whom he teams up to find his daughter, while a long-haired Josh Lucas plays the antagonist, Cage’s former partner who’s gone a bit off the deep end. Despite the cheesy “movie trailer man” voice over, the film actually looks like it could be a fun ride. The Taken comparisons can’t be ignored, but under the direction of West Stolen doesn’t seem to be taking itself too seriously. And was that a stuffed animal I saw in Cage’s arms or was I dreaming? »
- Adam Chitwood
The official trailer for director Simon West’s upcoming action thriller ‘Stolen’ has been released. The movie, which hit theaters on September 14, reunites the ‘Expendables 2′ helmer with Nicolas Cage for the first time since the filmmaker’s 1997 directorial debut, the action thriller ‘Con Air.’ ‘Stolen,’ which also stars Malin Akerman and Josh Lucas, is set during Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Will Montgomery, played by Cage, is a master thief, who is double-crossed in a heist gone wrong. After being sent to prison for eight years, he’s ready to leave his criminal past behind and build a relationship with his estranged daughter, Allison, played by ‘Blue Bloods’ star Sami [ Read More ] »
- Karen Benardello
Nicolas Cage seems to be violently auditioning for a role in The Expendables 3 in this first official Us trailer for Stolen (watch the international trailer here). It sees Cage having to steal $10 million to give to his ex-partner for the safe release of his daughter. The trailer shows absolutely nothing new and is already one of Cage’s blandest performances. It seems as though they wanted to make Josh Lucas look as damn crazy as possible so that you wouldn’t confuse him with a good guy. The best thing about the trailer is that it signals the return of the voice-over guy, who I haven’t heard in a donkey’s age. See what you think, but I’m pretty sure you could edit this film together using films that are already available.
- Luke Ryan Baldock
British action director Simon West's new movie, The Expendables 2, opened nationwide today, but before he aimed his camera lens at Sly, Schwarz, Willis and the rest of the boys, West reunited with Nicolas Cage — who starred in West's very first movie, Con Air — on Stolen (formerly Medallion).
Cage stars as Will Montgomery, an accomplished bank robber who eventually gets caught and ends up spending eight years in prison. After being released, he goes to visit his daughter Alison (Sami Gayle), only to discover that she wants nothing to do with him. Alison may not want her dad in her life, but she needs him and his particular set of skills (apologies to Liam Neeson) when Will's old partner (Josh Lucas) kidnaps her and demands a $10 million ransom. When the cops won't help, Will is forced to do the only thing he can do to save his daughter — rob another bank. »
- BrentJS Sprecher
Millennium Films has unveiled the trailer for the upcoming "Stolen" thriller, starring Nicolas Cage, Josh Lucas, Danny Huston and Malin Akerman. Check it out below. Plot: A former thief (Cage) frantically searches for his missing daughter, who has been kidnapped and locked in the trunk of a taxi. The new movie is directed by Simon West (The Expendables 2, Con Air) and has been set to hit theaters on September 14th. Trailer: »
"This all depends on you." Where the heck do these Nicolas Cage movies keep coming from?! Every couple of months, we get a trailer for something I've never heard of it and it has Cage in it, acting like a maniac like always. This latest one is called Stolen, and it's one of those high concept heist crime thrillers, oh boy. The concept is actually printed right on the poster: 12 hours. $10 million. 1 kidnapped daughter. This is directed by Simon West, of Expendables 2 - yea, get that! Also stars Sami Gayle as his daughter, Malin Akerman, Josh Lucas, Danny Huston, Mark Valley and M.C. Gainey. I kind of want to see how he gets her out. Watch the first trailer for Simon West's other new action movie Stolen, originally from Yahoo: A former thief is released from prison after a bank robbery gone awry. He decides to visit his »
- Alex Billington
Nicolas Cage is back in action this fall, starring in Simon West's thriller Stolen, which arrives in theaters next month. The trailer for the film gives us a look at what Cage's character Will Montgomery is up against as he's tasked with trying to rescue his daughter from the clutches of his old partner. As you'll see in the trailer below, Cage's character is introduced fresh out of prison and looking to patch things up with his estranged daughter. A former thief, he's also looking to turn over a new leaf, but that plan goes down the toilet when his old partner - who believes Will stashed the $10 million they stole eight years ago - kidnaps his daughter Allison and demands payment in exchange for her life. I'll admit, I didn't even recognize Josh Lucas as Vincent in the above trailer at first, but sure enough, he's the cab »
Millennium Entertainment has released the first trailer for Stolen, the studio's upcoming action thriller from director Simon West (The Expendables 2). Nicolas Cage stars as Will Montgomery, a thief who is released from prison after serving an eight-year stretch for stealing $10 million in bearer bonds. His former partner Vincent (Josh Lucas) kidnaps Will's daughter, demanding he produce the stolen bonds as ransom in just 12 hours. Take a look at new footage from this intense thrill ride, also starring Malin Akerman, Danny Huston, and Mark Valley.
Stolen - Trailer
Stolen comes to theaters September 14th, 2012 and stars Nicolas Cage, Malin Akerman, Josh Lucas, Danny Huston, Mark Valley, Sami Gayle, M.C. Gainey, Marcus Lyle Brown. The film is directed by Simon West. »
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