A Taste of What's "Next" for Nicolas Cage

Summary

Any time I hear the phrase "movie based on a Philip K. Dick story," I know I have to do a little more research. The next PKD adaptation is Lee Tamahori's "Next," which stars Nicolas Cage as a man who can see the future and Jessica Biel as a woman who is really, really sexy. Back to Article

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trejoh

Trent Johnson

I think casting Jessica Biel as a woman who is really, really sexy will not go well with some.

Aug 31 - 06:43 AM

Bystander09

Joe Vaske

[b]Yeah,[/b]
she was in the Illusionist with Paul Giamatti and Edward Norton. It was funny watching her try to stay with Paul and Edward. She basically was there to look hot....

Aug 31 - 07:24 AM

Unbreakable Samurai

Unbreakable Samurai

I've been looking forward to this movie for a long time now. And yes Jessica Biel is very hot, and I'm going to go see The Illusionist this weekend. I can't really rank Dick's films though because I've only seen three of them.

Aug 31 - 10:36 AM

ash303

ash fischer

nick cage and jessica biel!? oh man this movie smells like a winner...

Aug 31 - 01:09 PM

Vitamin M

Matthew Haynes

paycheck was horrible...just throwing that out there.

Aug 31 - 01:31 PM

fenex13

Jason Johnston

Jessica Biel may be good looking, but I'd prefer to have a actress who can actually act.

and my ranks for PKD films are as follows:

1. "Blade Runner" (1982)
2. "Total Recall" (1990)
3. "Minority Report" (2002)
4. "A Scanner Darkly" (2006)
5. "Screamers" (1995)
6. "Impostor" (2002)
7. "Paycheck" (2003)

Aug 31 - 02:02 PM

Now it's dark

Kirby K

Is Cage making crap on purpose now. He's more reliable than George Bush saying something stupid.

Sep 1 - 07:58 AM

digitalrelic

Jason Stieber

1. "A Scanner Darkly" (2006)
2. "Total Recall" (1990)
3. "Blade Runner" (1982)
4. "Minority Report" (2002)
5. "Impostor" (2002)
6. "Screamers" (1995)
7. "Paycheck" (2003)

Sep 1 - 10:55 AM

digitalrelic

Jason Stieber

huh? cage has been in probably the best movies of his career over the past few years. Lord of War, World Trade Center, The Weatherman, Matchstick Men, Adaptation, etc etc

Sep 1 - 10:56 AM

Now it's dark

Kirby K

I'll hold off for the sequel to Captain Correllis' Mandolin.

Sep 1 - 11:25 AM

taran72

Dan Mills

Despite what anyone says, I think Cage should take a break from movies for a while. Apparently his crap filtering mechanism is a little rickety.

Sep 3 - 01:27 PM

taran72

Dan Mills

By the way, doesn't this sound like some hackneyed Dean R. Koontz movie?

Sep 3 - 01:34 PM

NoneMoreBlack

Dylan Miller

1. "A Scanner Darkly" (2006)
2. "Blade Runner" (1982)
3. "Minority Report" (2002)
4. "Total Recall" (1990)
5. "Screamers" (1995)
6. "Impostor" (2002)
7. "Paycheck" (2003)

A Scanner Darkly was incredible... maybe not better than Blade Runner, but right now, it is...

Sep 3 - 09:17 PM

Now it's dark

Kirby K

Hopefully this won't split the vote for Cage come oscar time with Ghostrider coming out too.

Sep 4 - 08:25 AM

Symmetrical

dave roberts

[b]back to back[/b]
the academy likely won't give him it two years in a row after his recent "The Wicker Man" is sure to bag the oscar.

Sep 5 - 01:11 PM

Symmetrical

dave roberts

[b]back to back[/b]
the academy likely won't give him it two years in a row after his recent "The Wicker Man" is sure to bag the oscar.

Sep 5 - 01:11 PM

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