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Yeah, Nicholas Cage And John Travolta Their Careers Were
on a roll in the 90s and they met They collided in this movie called Face-off Springboarding onto another John Woo movie after broken arrow because you know why not wrapping some 90s fun here so let’s talk about it face off so face off is like I said another John Woo movie after broken arrow, whereas Nicholas Cage was Hollywood‘s up-and-coming good guy of the 90s. John Travolta was Hollywood’s up-and-coming Bad guy of the 90s so they were like you know what let’s swap them so Nicholas Cage plays bad guy Caster Troy. John Travolta plays Good guy Sean Archer and then they get swapped back in which John Travolta plays Bad guy Caster Troy Nicholas Cage plays good guy Sean Archer see what happens at the beginning of the movie Nicholas Cage as bad Guy Caster Troy kills. has an axe to grind against that guy and so in an altercation Nicholas Cage Bad Guy Caster Troy goes into what’s called the greatest plot device that leads to anything ever that’s right a coma. You can do anything in a movie with a coma, especially in the decade of the 90s, but there’s still a bomb out there that Sean Archer needs to find needs to get the information from Caster Troy’s brother so he has a procedure done where they put Nicholas Cage Bad Guy Caster Troy’s face on Sean Archer’s body.
They Form His Body To Look
like Caster Troy and then Bad guy Caster Troy. Nicholas Cage wakes up from his coma without a face, which I always thought that was a bummer in the reflection. They only show his faceless face briefly, but he still had eyelids and lips. I always found that weird. I would I’d have heard he you know he was like just take one Goddamn guess that’d have been cooler eyes are all blumin up anyhow.
Nicholas Cage Wears John Travoltas Face And So
John Travolta now plays the bad guy sounds very convoluted as I’m saying it probably didn’t need to be that complicated, but I made it that way so I watched face off for the first time in forever and I really I liked it a lot more now. I always liked it but it being forever. Since I watched it. I appreciated the deeper emotional scenes and the emotional moments. This movie actually threw at me first of all Nicholas Cage and John Travolta they’re so good in this movie.
This Is Actually The Movie Where When People
are like Nicholas Cage sucks. I’m like no but he was in face off I know. know he has other movies that built his cred like leaving Las Vegas before this got him a lot of notoriety but for me face-off is the movie or I’m like, but he did a good job Yeah. Still he’s crazy as the bad guy and he’s having a lot of fun doing it. This movie actually required a lot more from Nicholas Cage and John Travolta than a basic movie would so he feels like Nicholas Cage sets the tone for caster Troy it being a movie.
They Always Film These Movies Out
of order so I don’t know how one thing led to the next when you see Nicholas Cage, He looks like a complete maniac. You know crazy Nick Cage that we know now John Travolta is just the stick in the mud good guys with the emotional weight of his life and the death of his. Just weighing on his shoulders, then they swap and John Travolta needs to essentially be. John Travolta the bad guy that we know and love but with a Nicholas Cage toned to him a Nicolas Cage twang in his voice. It’s like looking in a mirror only not he’s not just John Travolta.
Hes John Travolta, Who Actually Kind Of Sounds
like Nicholas Cage. He’s not just John Travolta he’s like Sasha what the blumin are you doing here. It sounds like Nicholas Cage and John Travolta went splat, which is what it would sound like and should sound like Nicolas Cage. I don’t get I don’t get a John Travolta tone in Nicolas Cage but emotionally speaking Nicholas Cage played a bad guy and then he needs to play a good guy who needs to act like a bad guy, but not convincingly enough for us just. just convincingly enough for the bad guys in the movie, but he doesn’t always do a really good job at it.
Theres This One Scene Where He
starts a fight in jail, and he starts crying while he’s starting the fight, but he needs to snap out of it and act like Nicholas Cage like he’s a conflicted dude in the movie. He feels like a good guy who needs to act like a bad guy. He’s just not comfortable acting like the bad guy even that scene where he first looks at himself in the mirror, and he just freaks out on the mirror. It’s good blumin even love those slow-mo ridden John woo emotional moments like when they both turn their guns they’re both on opposite ends of this mirror. So they get to aim the gun at the person they hate, which is the person.
In The Mirror And They Get To Shoot
that person granted they don’t hit Jack blumin except the reflection, but you know it works for them. It’s an emotion. It’s a good moment for them, whereas when I was younger I just wanted to say okay John Travolta. I just wanted to see him be an blumin and okay yeah and then they’re going to fight. But this time when John Travolta came and saw Nicholas Cage for the first time and they had swaps of John Travolta,’s caster Troy Nicholas Cage.
Sean Archer Realizes Whats Happening.
Nick Cage looks like he’s about to throw up and I would throw up too and I just it messed me up. It was just emotionally heavy. I just that’s a really it’s a nightmare scenario actually you know what now that I talked about him being in jail. In jail, I’m gonna talk about the jail.
The Jail Is The Weird Thing For Me.
I don’t know why we’re dealing it with a movie where people can swap faces and surgically look like other people, but you get the feeling that procedure isn’t well known it’s like they were like yeah, but we live in a world where that technology is possible. So let’s just have this prison that’s off the books. It has magnetic boots and looks like a prison that’s in the movie deadlock. I don’t know why let’s just make a super prison.
I Guess When Nicholas Cage Sean Archer Escapes
he needs to be presumed dead and you know falling into water is a good way to do that he’s like oh did he survive. I don’t know I never found the body. I guess who’s that there’s something about that prison. I’m always like okay you’re a leap elite more than faces swapping it’s the magnetic boots. I just I don’t know it’s something about that they’re in the middle of blumin nowhere you don’t need the magnetic boots.
- swap john travolta needs essentially
- archer swapped john travolta plays
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- travolta plays bad guy caster
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I Love Going Back To These Movies
where you’re like Oh that’s Thomas Jane in the prison then he got out and became the punisher. This movie actually I feel like the action in this movie is more memorable for me than the action in broken arrow Caster Troy getting blasted by that jet engine flying down that tunnel. I blumin. You know when I hear the song somewhere over the rainbow. I no longer think of the wizard of Oz.
I Think Of Face Off.
I mean that’s not nothing but the shootouts while entertaining as hell and a definite step up from broken arrow Aren’t what. Aren’t what I enjoy most about the movie What I enjoy Most is the fact that this movie has a surprising level of emotional conflict and weight that comes along with it just the fact that this asshole’s invaded this good guy’s life and this good guy knows that there’s nothing he can do about it. Then he has to get his life back. It’s really twisted invasive thought-provoking dark compelling blumin though caster Troy being a scumbag.
He Does Have A Solid Dad Moment The
scene where he just drags the dude out of the car and kicks him in the balls beats his ass any dad would do the same and I like the fact that good guy and bad guy both get an emotional look into the life of the other person. You know not just a look but it hits them at an emotional. level like when Sean Archer’s wife brings who she thinks is her husband who’s actually Caster Troy to her dead son’s grave for his birthday. The son that Caster Troy actually killed. Caster Troy has to stand there and watch her just be an emotional wreck.
He Has To Fester In The
consequences and reality of his actions same with Sean Archer earlier in the movie Gina Grishan. She plays Sasha associated Caster Troy and he’s like one phone call. I can have your kid taken away from you tell me where he is. He just makes these threats to her and then when he is when he looks like Castor Troy, she’s like you need to go. I can have my kid taken away.
You Could Tell Hes Just Like
blumin I made that threat to her God that’s messed up. She doesn’t seem to like the. the guy he’s just she’s in this situation. She’s probably young got tangled up with him, and now she regrets it her life’s just kind of captive. They both get this emotional look into the other side of things.
When Nick Cage Is There And Hes The
good guy, but they think he’s the bad guy. You get this look into the villain life and it just kind of humanizes the villains. I mean they all seem like blumin and blumin but you know that bald dude you know you’re like oh i’m sad he died. Maybe it’s because he has this great line when you know when any of your friends is just looking mopey, you know they’re just looking um you know you want to say that line to him what’s the matter what you look like you just blumin your mother. ] your mother come on Let’s go relax H there’s just that scene when Nicholas Cage is hanging out with Castor Troy’s associates and you’re like that’d be fascinating to just be in that situation for a day.
If They Didnt Know Who I Was Its
a neat look into the other side that can only be felt if you’re seeing the movie through a good guy’s eyes who looks like a bad guy When the movie goes into its final third act action ridden throwdown it’s it starts when they get on the boats. It starts to feel a little long, which shortly after that it does end I do love. At the end of this movie, Sean Archer doesn’t seem to have talked the adoption over with his wife. He just kind of like nods like is it okay. I guess so it’s a pretty big deal it’s.
Did You Talk It Over Its
he seems to like just land this this kid on them like hey here’s a surprise surprise daddy’s home and then you know Hi! I’m that’s a weird that I think that is a John Travolta thing not that hard. I know you need a thing but I don’t know families have things how about a bop on the nose wouldn’t that be great it was like Hi I’m Jamie blumin is wrong with you your family is a friend. This is weird blumin I’m out of here in the end. Face-off is a solid john woo 90s action movie, but it’s not just action.
Face-Off Is A Solid Movie Worth
watching and worth buying on blu-ray you know funny thing. Sean Archer’s blood Archer’s blood type is O negative and casters is a B, So caster is the universal receiver and Sean Archer is the universal donor. I don’t know what that means but that’s their blood type all right so face off have you seen it What did you think about it? Whatever you thought comment below let me know and as always if you like what you’ve seen here and you want to see more click right here to see more you.
Nicholas Cage and John Travolta collided in this movie called Face-off Springboarding onto another John Woo movie after broken arrow because you know why not wrapping some 90s fun here so let’s talk about it face off . Nicholas Cage was Hollywood’s up-and-coming good guy of the 90s. John . Cage plays good guy Sean Archer and then they get swapped back in which John . Trav . plays bad guy Caster Troy . Cage wakes up from his coma without a face, which I always thought that was a bummer in the reflection. They only show his faceless face briefly, but he still had eyelids and lips.& I would I’d have heard he you know he was like just take one Goddamn guess that’d have been cooler eyes are all blumin up anyhow. I’m saying it probably didn’t need to be that complicated, but I watched face off for the first time I watched it that way. It probably didn’t…. Click here to read more and watch the full video