• yanni

    Watched by yanni 22 Jun, 2016

    wasnt feelin it so i bailed

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  • Liam Fitzgibbon

    ★★★★½ Watched by Liam Fitzgibbon 14 Jun, 2016

    "Shoot him again, his soul's still dancing"

    Werner Herzog's European experimental sensibilities meld with the high gloss of hollywood police drama to create a surreal, fever nightmare.

    The film simultaneously offers up Nicholas Cage's most hilarious and terrifying performance (even by Nicholas Cage standards) "Everything I take is prescription - except for the heroin."

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  • Richard Trapp

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Richard Trapp 06 Jun, 2016

    "I'll kill all of you. To the break of dawn. To the break of dawn, baby!"

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  • Andrew Edison

    ★★★★★ Watched by Andrew Edison 30 May, 2016

    Some movies you rewatch so many times you wonder if there might be something wrong with you

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  • Richie Hodge

    ★★★½ Watched by Richie Hodge 31 May, 2016

    Soooo, what can you say about The Bad Lieutenant Port of Call New Orleans?

    Well, The Bad Lieutenant Port of Call New Orleans stars Nick Cage as Terence McDonagh - The Bad Lieutenant himself. His Port of Call for this movie being New Orleans. Initially starting off as a Good Cop...well, sorta a good cop, he's a bit of a douche but ultimately has a heart of gold. Anyway, Terence suffers an injury, and becomes addicted to painkillers in addition…

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  • Unrequited

    ★★★ Watched by Unrequited 31 May, 2016

    When Cage said "His soul is still dancing" as the camera panned to a man headspinning on the carpet whilst a reptile rolled on by to the sound of a blaring harmonica, I spat tea onto my computer screen.

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  • Wolfiexe

    ★★½ Added by Wolfiexe

    Based what did I even watch

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  • Minion Max

    ★★★½ Watched by Minion Max 29 May, 2016

    Dank Memetenant is a pretty bad film that turns into a pretty good film. It tricks you into believing it's trying to be taken seriously as it slowly subverts your expectations and becomes quite amusing if you're willing to roll with it.

    If you don't get a giggle out of it, then your soul ain't dancin'.

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  • Xplodera

    ★★ Rewatched by Xplodera 25 May, 2016

    “Do fishes have dreams?”

    For such a twisted film, Werner Herzog’s Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call – New Orleans carries a surprisingly ordinary story with a simple police investigation sticking to its path. This could be excused by the fact that the film focuses more on Nicolas Cage’s drug-addicted loose cannon of a cop – but the film does nothing with that. It’s just the fact that Cage’s McDonagh is balls-to-the-walls insane throughout, but his character is never explored or…

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  • A_lonely_grape

    ★★ Watched by A_lonely_grape 26 May, 2016 2

    Don't let my rating fool you, I love every second of this film.

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  • Ben

    ★★★★ Watched by Ben 20 May, 2016

    Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call - New Orleans may fall under the category of movies that are better enjoyed while under the influence. However, even without taking drugs, it's an experience that everyone should have.

    Bad Lieutenant: PoCNO is a rare film that has a main character that is completely evil, and still has a "happy" ending for that character. Nicholas Cage as the Lieutenant works perfectly, and there is no such thing as holding back. You think that we…

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  • handlaren123

    ★★★½ Added by handlaren123

    A good drama starring an amazing Cage, drugs and lizards. Worth watching just for the shootout towards the end and Cage toting a S&W model 29 throughout the movie.

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