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adropofsomethingcheerful:

cracked:

Maybe that was just Nic Cage’s Trans.
5 Celebrities Who Get More Hate Than They Deserve (Part 4)

#5. Nicolas Cage
Up until the last decade or so, Nicolas Cage was a highly regarded actor who made more good choices than bad when it came to selecting roles. It wasn’t until the mid-2000s, when notoriously terrible movies like Ghost Rider and Wicker Man started making regular appearances in the Cage catalog, that things took a turn for the worse. … [But] Nicolas Cage is not a once-great actor who destroyed his own legacy. Nicolas Cage is an unspeakably talented actor who takes a lot of chances without regard for how any of them might impact his reputation or career. Yes, he’s hit a bit of a rough patch in terms of making “great” movies, but he’s got a lot of years ahead of him. Many people had given up on Neil Young after he spent the entirety of the ’80s making terrible music, only to welcome him back to work right at the end of the decade when “Rockin’ in the Free World” came out and put him back in everyone’s good graces.

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Entirely worth reading for the statement, “Nicolas Cage is the Neil Young of movies.”

Theory: Con Air is Nic Cage’s Rust Never Sleeps while Raising Arizona is his Harvest.

cracked:

adropofsomethingcheerful:

cracked:

Maybe that was just Nic Cage’s Trans.

5 Celebrities Who Get More Hate Than They Deserve (Part 4)

#5. Nicolas Cage

Up until the last decade or so, Nicolas Cage was a highly regarded actor who made more good choices than bad when it came to selecting roles. It wasn’t until the mid-2000s, when notoriously terrible movies like Ghost Rider and Wicker Man started making regular appearances in the Cage catalog, that things took a turn for the worse. … [But] Nicolas Cage is not a once-great actor who destroyed his own legacy. Nicolas Cage is an unspeakably talented actor who takes a lot of chances without regard for how any of them might impact his reputation or career. Yes, he’s hit a bit of a rough patch in terms of making “great” movies, but he’s got a lot of years ahead of him. Many people had given up on Neil Young after he spent the entirety of the ’80s making terrible music, only to welcome him back to work right at the end of the decade when “Rockin’ in the Free World” came out and put him back in everyone’s good graces.

Read More

Entirely worth reading for the statement, “Nicolas Cage is the Neil Young of movies.”

Theory: Con Air is Nic Cage’s Rust Never Sleeps while Raising Arizona is his Harvest.

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thegeminisage:

mandyp12:

Steve Rogers is so done with this crap.

#this is funny until you realize steve was completely ready to die in TFA #and Avengers is him being pushed into a world he’s expected to fight for #when he signed up to be a soldier#one of a thousand #and died to save the world already seventy years ago #it’s been maybe a week since they woke him back up #told him#(reminded him) #everyone he loves is dead or gone from him#and put a grieving 26 year old #in the suit of an icon#and told him to perform again#another dancing monkey #’an army’ #’from outer space’ #it’s ridiculous and insane and completely improbable #but everything since the train has been one escalating nightmare #so why the hell wouldn’t this be too? (via linzeestyle)