I looked towards the gods and screamed for answers, and lo on the horizon i saw him…Nick Cage

Today was going along pretty average, which was until I stumbled upon trailers for Nick Cage’s latest, Drive Angry. I may be overstating the obvious, but this may be the greatest film ever.  How can I make such a bold statement you ask?  Here’s the synopsis from imdb.com:

“A vengeful father escapes from hell and chases after the men who killed his wife and kidnapped his daughter.”

That’s it! That’s the entire movie! It’s practically a tagline!  Needless to say I’m stoked; this could prove my quantum worm hole of suck theory to be correct. Further excitement was added when one trailer revealed that William Fichtner (you know him as the bank manager that gets a smoke bomb shoved in his mouth in Dark Knight, but probably not from Blades of Glory, Ultraviolet or Equilibrium) is also in the movie, and his character is simply “The Accountant”. The character names get even better after that, there’s Fucking Passenger, Fucking Middle Passenger, Leopard Lady (my imagination is going nuts on this one) and of course F*%@ing Driver (that’s exactly how it is on IMDB and I’m totally going opening nyte and hanging around for the credits to see if its in the movie like that).  Everything about this so far screams massively epic, and if you still doubt me, check out this clip!

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  1. jaydee says:

    this looks like the best/worst thing ever!

    i have an absolute man-crush on Fichtner after watching the entirety of Prison Break. he is an awesome actor, and i’m glad every time he’s on-screen.

    and the casual way he steps out of the truck? awesom-o-tron!

  2. Y says:

    He’s fantastic, i became a huge fan after Equilibrium.

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