#32 Bringing Out the Dead
Director: Martin Scorsese
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating: R
Epic Co-stars: John Goodman, Patricia Arquette, Ving Rhames, Tom SizemoreRunning Time: 121 mins
Cage Time: 99%
Cage Kills: 2
Cage Flip-outs: 4
This movie was bringing out the dead in me! First, let me state for the record that Nicolas Cage did an amazing job portraying his character with the style and grace that makes doves cry. Now for the movie...
|Nic Cage keeps seeing this 'Rose' as a ghost everywhere.|
|Nic Cage starts seeing Rose's face everywhere. In reflections and stuff, every time he drives, and when looking at other people.|
|As the movie moves along you get the feeling like they are trying to make a significant point by seeing Rose's face on other people, but after a few times it seems forced.|
|You might be trying to really get "into" this review but then this girl's face keeps on popping up non sequitur.|
|Seriously, they keep showing this girl's face so much that toward the end she served as a reminder to check your watch to see how much time was left.|
|If you are tired of seeing the same non-Cage image over and over, join the club.|
|Here, have a Cage... you'll feel better.|
Movie quotability:Plot Holes:
- "Hold this. If you let go I SWEAR, I don't kill you."
- "I'm goin', it's easier than waitin'"
- "It's 6 am the cocktail hour. Pass me the bottle."
- "You're in the stomach!"
- "Where the hell are the bandaids? This is an ambulance isn't it?"
- Ambulance driving is a ridiculous fraternity of ridiculous doing ridiculous things.
- Twins don't come out at the same time.
- Nobody holds the railing...