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Spend the night in and watch a movie with Prime Video, where you can stream several new releases and early access titles, including 2022 hits like Everything Everywhere All at Once, Morbius, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent and more.

Amazon Prime is not required to access titles from the Prime Video Store and we've listed a few must-watch movies below – pricing will vary depending on rental or purchase availability.

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    • Cage is getting love from the critics for a movie some might mistake as John Wick losing a pig but it's not that
      notches his all-time best Rotten Tomatoes score ... -tomatoes/

      "With a whopping 97 percent of 126 critics surveyed on Rotten Tomatoes giving the film a positive reaction, Pig — about a lonely truffle hunter who sets out to find the person who stole his titular companion — stands as the 57-year-old's top-performing movie of all time. Though anything with a rating of 6/10 or above counts as a "positive" score on the reviews aggregation site, Pig's critical average stands at 8.2/10 at press time."
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    • ‘The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent’.

      That's a title worth of Nicolas Cage, if I ever saw one.

      Interested. Want to see what happens.
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    • Another new Nicolas Cage movie

      RLJE Films will release Prisoners of the Ghostland on September 17th, 2021 in theaters and on VOD. The film made its world premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and today, we have a new teaser to share with you all! ... -tomorrow/
      Prisoners of the Ghostland is set in the treacherous frontier city of Samurai Town where a ruthless bank robber is sprung from jail by wealthy warlord The Governor, whose adopted granddaughter Bernice has gone missing. The Governor offers the prisoner his freedom in exchange for retrieving the runaway. Strapped into a leather suit that will self-destruct within three days, the bandit sets off on a journey to find the young woman—and his own path to redemption.

      Directed by the acclaimed Japanese director, Sion Sono (Why Don’t You Play in Hell), the film was written by Aaron Hendry and Rexa Sixo Safai (Western Wonderland). The film stars Nicolas Cage (Mandy), Sofia Boutella (The Mummy), Nick Cassavetes (Face/Off), Bill Moseley (Texas Chainsaw Franchise), Tak Sakaguchi (Tokyo Tribe), and Yuzuka Nakaya (The Forest of Love). Joseph Trapanese (Tron: Legacy, The Raid: Redemption, The Greatest Showman) composed the original score.
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    • Prisoners of the Ghostland is playing at the Montreal Fantasia Festival. You can watch it at an in-person viewing, or online (at a fixed date and time). Sion Sono is one of the best Japanese genre film director.
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    • Please Loinsgate, release the red band trailer you showed at CinemaCon

      from ... 235003785/
      The red band trailer is Cage completely unleashed, playing into the public myths that have sprung up around him. The trailer opens with highlights from Cage’s illustrious career, and then cuts to the fictionalized Cage, who keeps getting rejected from roles. Finally, he calls his rep to say he’s retiring: “Tell the trades it was a tremendous honor to be a part of storytelling and mythmaking.” It’s an emotional moment, only his rep doesn’t hear, because they have bad cell phone reception in the Hollywood Hills.

      When all is lost, Cage’s agent (Neil Patrick Harris) presents him with an option: a $1 million payday to attend the birthday party of a superfan. Cage worried the superfan would require something weird, perhaps something sexual, but was assured that wasn’t the case. That fan turns out to be a drug cartel lord (Pedro Pascal) who has a wax statue of Cage complete with his golden guns from Face/Off. Cage offers to buy it from him on the spot for $20,000. Things get worse when CIA agents (including one played by Tiffany Haddish) inform Cage his new friend is a drug lord.

      Sharon Horgan, Alessandra Mastronardi, Jacob Scipio, Lily Sheen also star. Tom Gormican directs the film.
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    • I'm had me at the title...
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    • Just saw it and it was pretty good. Did fall apart by the third act though. I dunno if they just didn't have the money or anything but this movie deserved a crazy spectacle to cap it off. If you're referencing/paying homage to all his greatest action roles, then you really need to be able to do justice to them. Especially in this movie, you NEED to start destroying cars, crashing planes and shitting doves to dual golden pistols going off like freaking cannons and that was a real missed opportunity. The car chase and shootout at the end were lame and kinda ruined what otherwise was on its way to being a great movie.
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