★★★★ Added by KMOKLER

    Mad, all I have to say but awesome.


  • robert_holly

    ★★★½ Added by robert_holly

    This movie is fucking insane.


  • DevX

    ★★★★★ Added by DevX

    I didn't like this, or My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?, on the initial viewings. I this found distressing because I love Werner Herzog. So, I watched them again, and lo and behold they are fantastic movies. I don't think I have watched any movie as much as Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call - New Orleans, since I was like 7.


  • Lee Towler

    ★★★★ Watched by Lee Towler 24 Sep, 2014

    "What are these fucking iguanas doing on my coffee table?"

    Werner Herzog is a crazy guy who makes movies about even crazier people. Nicolas Cage is likely in the upper quartile of craziest actors to ever exist. The ridiculously long titled The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Oreans brings these two insane individuals together in a match made in heaven.

    Starting off as your run of the mill police procedural with a little bit of corruption here and there,…


  • Lou Schumaker

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Lou Schumaker 21 Sep, 2014

    I did it. I watched 365 movies this year.



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  • Pete Laurie

    ★½ Watched by Pete Laurie 14 Aug, 2014

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.


  • BruceWayne14

    ★★★★ Rewatched by BruceWayne14 08 Sep, 2014

    A great innovation in the realm of the weird.


  • andre_k

    ★★★★½ Watched by andre_k 08 Sep, 2014

    Herzog, you genius.

    This time, the acclaimed director drops us off into Louisiana. Depravity, hilarity and many quotable lines occur. If you are looking for a seriously good time with a movie, I can highly reccomend everyone to seek this out.

    And what are these fucking iguanas doing on my coffee table?


  • yureegasven

    ★★★★ Watched by yureegasven 26 Aug, 2014

    based cage


  • MatthewLB

    ★★★½ Watched by MatthewLB 12 Aug, 2014

    "you think fish can dream?"


  • Justin Harrison

    ★★★★ Watched by Justin Harrison 09 Aug, 2014

    Nicolas Cage and Werner Herzog celebrate humanity's capacity for perseverance by exploring the nature of a thoroughly awful human being. Cage's Lieutenant Terrence McDonagh is id driven by ego, a man with no inhibitions, a truly massive sense of entitlement and a vague, drug-addled memory of a conscience. Herzog follows the Lieutenant through a Katrina-scarred New Orleans, simultaneously bearing witness to McDonagh's investigation of a vicious multiple homicide and the impeding implosion of his life. While that happens, he makes…