The soundtrack is great. Linus Roache is a great actor. As someone has already stated this is Cage full on. I find this film about the most difficult film I have ever had to rate. Its like I want it to be better than it is but it is quite good.
On film 4 this Sunday at 1.10am
How do I know this is a new Nicholas Cage film and not a load of his outtakes from previous films stitched together?
Pretty pointless putting this in the newsletter when it’s expired and says it’s not available in the uk now. Waydago!
You shouldn't watch this for the plot as there isn't one, it's just a song and dance show about various cats singing about themselves. I enjoyed it when I saw it live though.
Only saw the trailer but that on it's own scarred me for life.
Couldn't agree more! TS Eliot must have been tripping on something when he wrote his poem on cats. As for Andrew Lloyd Webber who brought it on stage...well that's even worse! Or is it? Well, Love Never Dies, the sequel to Phantom of the Opera was broadcast during one of the lockdowns and for me that was worse. Would rather pay to watch Les Miserables than for this tosh.
This is just nonsensical madness. You'll come away from it wondering what the hell you just watched. If you have nothing else to do, watch it, but for christ sake never pay for it!
Thanks for posting this Bargainclub, bought it btw and heat for the deal (y) I got a signed copy of the original book with Frederick Forsyth (in person) a couple of years ago so this complements it perfectly! Incidentally it's also the same price on Google Play Movies currently, in case anyone has a movie streaming platform preference. £7.99 on Apple TV.
Hope everyone does not mind but I love the part when he visits the gunsmith
Love the almost perfect casting of Jean Martin as a conspirator, who some years earlier had been the chief representative of the French military and state in the Battle Of Algiers (another film everyone should watch).
One of the rare occasions where the film is as good as the novel it's based upon. A superb film !