Knowing. A Bad Movie.
The certain key elements that make a movie a SLAP before it ever hits the cineplex.
That total eclipse of the “O” is a bit redundant.
Old and foreboding house in the middle of nowhere, denoting a mood of suspense by harkening back to the shot of the Bates house in Psycho ALERT!
Nic cage is in it. He plays a smart guy. You can tell by all the planets, and that math stuff behind him.
Did we mention he knows sign language?
And has a deaf kid?
Kid, put the paper down. Those numbers don’t mean anything. What’s that? Key plot point? If you say so, but that doesn’t sound very good.
That doesn’t sound very good.
True story: He hugs her and then he says “Don’t let him watch the news.” True story.
Sleep all day. Party all night. Never grow old. Never die. It’s fun to be a vampire.
Fake news people just mean that Gary Tuchman didn’t want to be in your movie.
To recap: Nicholas Cage stars in I’m Nicholas Cage and I Have to Figure Out These Numbers, but Quick