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The Evolution Of Nicolas Cage’s Hair

A while back we posted the video Nicolas Cage Loses His Shit, by editor Harry Hanrahan. Well Harry is back with another montage, this time showcasing the evolution of Nicolas Cage’s hair. If there’s one thing more versatile than Cage’s brand of mania, it’s Cage’s hairstyles over the years, which come complete with their own personalities. Enjoy!

Here is a list of movies used in the video:

00’08 – Valley Girl

00’14 – Rumble Fish

00’18 – Racing with the Moon

00’21 – The Cotton Club

00’23 – Birdy

00’27 – The Boy In Blue

00’31 – Peggy Sue Got Married

00’35 – Raising Arizona

00’40 – Moonstruck

00’44 – Vampire’s Kiss

00’49 – Fire Birds

00’52 – Wild at Heart

00’55 – Zandalee

00’59 – Honeymoon In Vegas

01’02 – Amos & Andrew

01’05 – Red Rock West

01’08 – Deadfall

01’13 – Guarding Tess

01’15 – It Could Happen to You

01’17 – Trapped In Paradise

01’19 – Kiss of Death

01’24 – Leaving Las Vegas

01’27 – The Rock

01’30 – Con Air

01’35 – Face/Off

01’38 – City of Angels

01’39 – Snake Eyes

01’40 – 8Mm

01’42 – Bringing Out the Dead

01’44 – Gone In Sixty Seconds

01’46 – The Family Man
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The Evolution of Nicolas Cage's Hair | A Video by Harry Hanrahan

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A month after unleashing Nicolas Cage Loses His Sh*t, Harry Hanrahan has returned in this spin-off of sorts to that video, The Evolution of Nicolas Cage's Hair. If there's one thing more versatile than Cage's level of crazy, it's Cage's hairstyles over the years, which come complete with their own personalities. It's like a Chia of Crazy. It will amaze and confound you.

Prepare to be follicly-hypnotized for the next two-and-a-half minutes.

Here is a list of movies used in the video:

00'08 - Valley Girl

00'14 - Rumble Fish

00'18 - Racing with the Moon

00'21 - The Cotton Club

00'23 - Birdy

00'27 - The Boy In Blue

00'31 - Peggy Sue Got Married

00'35 - Raising Arizona

00'40 - Moonstruck

00'44 - Vampire's Kiss

00'49 - Fire Birds

00'52 - Wild at Heart

00'55 - Zandalee

00'59 - Honeymoon In Vegas

01'02 - Amos & Andrew
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Requiem for Nicolas Cage Losing His Sh*t

I have no idea what would inspire Pajiba's Harry Hanrahan to spend the amount of time it must've taken to put this video dubbed "Nicolas Cage Losing His Sh*t," but it is inspired.

Films referenced include Vampire's Kiss, Ghost Rider, Deadfall, Face/Off, Red Rock West, The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call, Matchstick Men, Leaving Las Vegas, Bringing Out the Dead, 8mm, Adaptation, Wild at Heart, Windtalkers, Raising Arizona, The Wicker Man and Zandalee. Visit Pajiba for the time breakdown.
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Nicolas Cage Losing His Sh*t: The Video

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The best video editor in the business, Harry Hanrahan, is back with another video edit, this one an inspired take on Nicolas Cage's descent into madness. For all the sins that Nic Cage has committed during his career, there's still nothing better than Crazy Cage. The man loses his shit better than any actor around, and Harry's latest offers ample evidence to support that notion.

You thought his "Not the Bees" moment from The Wicker Man was crazy? In this video edit, it's one of his milder moments.

You can pack a lot of crazy in four minutes, folks.

(Hat Tip to Smokey for the inspiration)


Here's a list of the movies uses in the video edit.

0'09 - 0'30 Vampire's Kiss

0'30 - 0'32 Ghost Rider

0'32 - 0'50 Vampire's Kiss

0'50 - 1'11 Deadfall

1'11 - 1'19 Vampire's Kiss

1'19 - 1'35 Deadfall (x2), Face/Off, Red Rock West
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Nicolas Cage - back on top

Back on a roll following Kick-Ass and now Bad Lieutenant, few actors have had as many ups and downs as Nicolas Cage. 'People who do the wrong thing win,' he tells Damon Wise

Until recently, things weren't looking so good for Nicolas Cage. In the 90s he transformed from a geeky, twitchy presence in soft dramas like Moonstruck and Peggy Sue Got Married into the oddest action hero of all time. Unlike Stallone and Schwarzenegger, Cage was a true livewire, a psychotic, tender presence who could kick ass even while being a doting father; who could forget him brawling to the death for the sake of his son's soft toy in 1997's Con Air ("Put the bunny back in the box!"). Cage was something mainstream moviegoers and indie mavens could agree on, a soldier for hire who could be put to service by David Lynch in one of his dark,
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Help us save Nicolas Cage

If we all pitch in, we'll have enough money to make our very own Nicolas Cage movie and save him from the trauma of having to sell his Bahamian island. But what film?

You have to feel a little bit sorry for Nicolas Cage at the moment. A few unfortunate financial mishaps have left him just as affected by the recession as many others before him. And just like those people, Cage knows there's only one way to get out of this pickle – to sell off several homes worth a total of almost $95m, as well as his private Bahamian island. We've all been there.

But if that doesn't balance things out for him, Cage can always work himself out of his mess, either by making films at a greater frequency or by forgetting about quality and agreeing to star in bad films purely for money. The obvious hitch is
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Bangkok Dangerous

Nicolas Cage gave legitimately great performances in Raising Arizona, Moonstruck, Leaving Las Vegas, Bringing Out The Dead, Red Rock West, Matchstick Men, and Adaptation. His hambone tendencies, meanwhile, have flourished in great bad performances in Con Air, the National Treasure movies, Zandalee, Sonny, and The Wicker Man. Then there are Cage performances that are so giddily, gloriously over the top that they muddy the line separating great from awesomely bad, like Face/Off, Wild At Heart, and Vampire's Kiss. Alas, Cage gives a depressingly awful performance in Bangkok Dangerous, the Pang brothers' Doa remake of their 1999 Thai cult thriller. Burdened with a permanent scowl and dead eyes, Cage never seems to be having any fun. His joylessness proves infectious. The Pangs' wildly melodramatic tale of a deaf assassin who finds love and meaning when he falls for a pretty pharmacist has been pointlessly transformed into the marginally less outlandish...
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