He’s been called one of the most gifted actors of his generation — and one of the worst. He has appeared in some of the greatest movies to ever grace the silver screen — and he’s headlined some truly atrocious pieces of Howard the Duck-sized crap.
Nicolas Cage is a god and a monster — and, with the click of a button, you can set yourself up with enough of his movies to last you a lifetime — or at least approximately 100 hours.
CageFlix, through some complicated hackery, gives Neflix users the chance to link their accounts to the website and, with the push of a button, instantly add all 49 of Nicolas Cage’s films to your queue. While Cage may have more than 49 movies to his credit (the guy is always working), CageFlix only adds the titles that are available to rent from Netflix on DVD or Blu-ray.
Personally, I’m one of Nicolas Cage’s biggest fans — I just choose not to see most of his movies. As long as I can abstain from potentially disappointing dreck such as G-Force or The Wicker Man, I can keep my opinion of Cage in high esteem.
That said, I’m highly tempted to try out CageFlix — just to see if it is possible to overdose on a single actor. If there was any working actor that could send a person into a coma, it’s Cage.
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Tags: G-Force, Kick Ass, Netflix, The Sorcerer's Apprentice