TinCool wrote: »
Why bother. The original wasn't all that great to begin with.
snoopsheep wrote: »
face/off, like so much else of cage's work, transcends whatever the director, screenwriter, other cast or audience might have had in mind.
it is magnificent.
RocketRaccoon wrote: »
I can't get my head around people slating face off, it is a stone cold classic.
Nic Cage went straight from the set of Con Air to the set of Face Off the next morning, what a time to be alive.
banie01 wrote: »
Its gonna be a gender-genital swap, the leads are going to realize the futility of gender constructs, then fall in love with the person their funbits were grafted too before deciding that their bits are a lock that only their own Mickey can unlock...
Then in the aftermath of that genderfluid fluid swapping session...
Will find a way!
Segueing into a series of sequels and a whole new franchise
Is how I think this will go down :P
$hifty wrote: »
I'm convinced he only ever signed up to movies if he could come up with his own character's name.....