Watch 100 Greatest Nicolas Cage Quotes Tribute

Nicolas Cage has a new movie out in theaters, which can only mean one thing. Yes, another parody montage mash-up of his rather mad career.

Nicolas Cage has a new movie out in theaters, which can only mean one thing. Yes, another parody montage mash-up of his rather mad career. The latest comes from Youtube user 'moviesmiscellany' who has gone through the pain-staking process of watching every movie Cage ever made (a feat in and of itself) and has connected all the crazy one-liners together for an 8 minute 42 second tribute '100 Greatest Nicolas Cage Quotes Of All Time'. It is a hilarious and baffling watch just to see how much Cage really did come off the rails in the mid to late 90's with his action binge of Con Air, Snake Eyes, The Rock, Face/Off before then becoming the B-movie specialist with stuff like Knowing, the infamous Wicker Man remake and Seasons of the Witch among many, many, many others. Watch the video tribute below; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EUiHEv5occ&feature=player_embedded#! Sadly according to our reviewer Shaun Munro there is very little zaniness in Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. Over the last couple of years it appeared like Cage was in on the joke of his latter career like the rest of us (see Bad Lieutenant or Drive Angry) but not this time. He can't even be bothered to do that; "Once again sleep-walking his way through a role, and indeed, one which should allow him to unrestrainedly unleash his much-applauded mad side, there€™s only one single, one-minute scene which has Cage in full-tilt Bad Lieutenant mode. For the rest of it, he operates at a sub-Trespass-Justice standby-setting of mediocrity, unable to muster up false enthusiasm even for our sake, and seemingly just as bemused at the inanity of the dialogue." Ghost Rider 2 is out now in cinemas. Go and see it if you dare.
Want to write about Nicolas-Cage and Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance? Get started below...

Create Content and Get Paid


Editor-in-chief
Editor-in-chief

Matt Holmes is the co-founder of What Culture, formerly known as Obsessed With Film. He has been blogging about pop culture and entertainment since 2006 and has written over 10,000 articles.