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1982 – Fast Times at Ridgemont High – Brad’s Bud
Cage guest stars in the coming-of-age classic that shows us a world of high school, sex and rock and roll.
1983 – Valley Girl – Randy
In his first feature role, Cage stars as a badass punk from the city who meets a “Valley Girl” that just wants to have some fun.
1983 – Rumble Fish – Smokey
1983 – Racing to the Moon – Nicky/Bud
Nic teams up with Sean Penn again in this poignant 1942 story of heading off to war and saying goodbye to the girls at home.
1984 – The Cotton Club – Vincent Dwyer
Hazy Harlem Nights come alive in the Richard Gere film that brings back a Jazz era swept away with the sands of time.
1984 – Birdy – Sgt Al Columbato
After returning from the horrors of the Vietnam War, Cage sees his friend become mentally unstable and obsess with becoming a bird.
1986 – The Boy in Blue – Ned Hanlan
The story of the wild Canadian legend Ned Hanlan highlights his tumultuous rise to 19th century “skulling” world champion.
1986 – Peggy Sue Got Married – Charlie Bodell
Peggy Sue is transported back to her High School years in this early Francis Ford Coppola romp with young, rising stars like Kathleen Turner, Jim Carrey, and Helen Hunt.
1987 – Raising Arizona – H.I. McDonnough !!!!!!
1987 – Moonstruck – Ronny Cammareri
Under the night sky in Brooklyn, Cage teams with Cher in one of the most memorable romantic-comedies of the decade.
1989 – Vampire’s Kiss – Peter Loew !!!!!!
Cage Rampage at it’s most brutal. Watch Peter Loew descend into madness and vampirism as he slowly loses his grip on reality.
1990 – Tempo di Uccidere (Time to Kill) – Enrico Silvestri
1990 – Fire Birds – Jake Preston
1990 – Wild at Heart – Sailor
Sailor is a Southern outlaw on the run with his lover Lula, as they try to escape the onslaught of assassins Lulu’s mom has sent to kill him.
1991 – Zandalee – Johnny !!!!!!
In this heated erotic thriller set in steamy New Orleans, Zandalee finds herself falling for her husband’s old friend in a twisted affair.
1992 – Honeymoon in Vegas – Jack Singer
Before “Sex in the City,” Sarah Jessica Parker was off in Vegas with Nic in this comedic adventure that earned Cage his first Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor.
1993 – Amos & Andrew – Amos Odell
A small New England town goes bonkers when upper class author meets criminal in this satirical story that pairs Cage with the legendary Samuel L. Jackson.
1993 – Deadfall – Eddie !!!!!!
FFFFFUUUUCCCCCKKKK!!!!!!!!!! One of Nic’s most legendary performances. Watch him come alive in a compilation of profanity, sex, violence and pure unadulterated rampage.
1994 – Red Rock West – Michael Williams
This neo-noir, art-house thriller plays out over the grand landscapes of Montana, in the highest rated (95%) Cage film on Rotten Tomatoes. Fuck Mexico!
1994 – Guarding Tess – Doug Chesnic
In this hilarious romp, Former First Lady Tess Carlisle grows a fondness for a particular Secret Service Agent- too bad Doug can’t stand her!
1994 – It Could Happen to You – Charlie Lang
After Policeman Charlie hits it big and wins the lottery, he decides to split his winnings with a sexy young waitress played by Bridget Fonda.
1994 – Trapped in Paradise – Bill Firpo !!!!!!
A Christmas comedy for the ages! Fugitive brothers Dana Carvey and Jon Lovitz scheme their law-abiding brother Bill into a holiday heist- but let’s just say it doesn’t quite go as planned!
1995 – Kiss of Death – Little Junior Brown
Ex-con Jimmy tries to live a normal life, but is sucked into a downward spiral of death and anguish…can he redeem himself by taking down local crime lord Little Junior Brown?
1995 – Leaving Las Vegas – Ben Sanderson
The immortal classic that earned Nicolas Cage his Academy Award for Best Actor. He plays a troubled alcoholic who travels to Vegas to drink himself to death, only to fall in love with a local prostitute.
1996 – The Rock – Dr. Stanley Goodspeed !!!!!!
The epic Action-Drama pits Cage, Connery, Bruckheimer, and Ed Harris together in a thrilling tale about a renegade general that threatens San Francisco with biological weapons.
1997 – Con Air – Cameron Poe
After serving time, former U.S. Ranger Cameron Poe is ready to return home to his wife and daughter. Little does he know that his flight home is full of USA’s most notorious criminals, hell bent on overtaking the aircraft.
1997 – Face/Off – Castor Troy/Sean Archer !!!!!!
A revolutionary medical surgery allows a cop and crime lord to switch identities. Travolta and Cage battle it out in one of Nic’s most famous action classics.
1998 – City of Angels – Seth
Seth is an angel who guides dying humans into the afterlife, but he finds himself falling in love with a young surgeon (Meg Ryan) towards a romance that can only be fated in the heavens.
1998 – Snake Eyes – Rick Santoro !!!!!!
As the lights shine for a top-card boxing bout in Atlantic City, police detective Rick Santoro (not to be confused with Santorum) finds himself in the heat of a murder conspiracy.
1999 – 8MM – Tom Welles
Private Investigator Tom Welles dives into a world of death and deception, where he must discover if a “snuff” film has footage of a real murder.
1999 – Bringing Out the Dead – Frank Pierce !!!!!!
Martin Scorsese directs this sordid neo-noir portrait of Manhattan ambulance paramedic Frank Pierce, as he descends into paranoia and delusion.
2000 – Gone in Sixty Seconds – Memphis Raines
Master car thief Memphis Raines must come out of retirement to pull the ultimate heist- 50 cars in one night – to save his brother’s life.
2000 – The Family Man – Jack Campbell
Jack Campbell is a high-flying investment banker with heaps of cash, but this Christmas he’s about to find out what his life would have been like if he started a family with his ex-girlfriend of many years past.
2000 – Captain Corelli’s Mandolin – Captain Corelli
Set against the backdrop of the beautiful Ionian Islands during WWII, this romantic tale stirs emotions, war and loyalty into a tumultuous melting pot.
2001 – Christmas Carol: The Movie – Marley
Cage puts an enchanting voice-acting performance in the animated re-imagining of the timeless Charles Dickens’ story.
2002 – Windtalkers – Sgt. Joe Enders
Two U.S. Marines are assigned to protect Navajo code talkers who use their “language” as an unbreakable radio cypher in the midst of World War II.
2002 – Adaptation– Charlie and Donald Kaufman
Creative, unique, demanding, funny, bold. Cage earned his second Academy Award nomination for Best Actor for his performance in the Spike Jonze masterpiece.
2002 – Sonny – Acid Yellow
Cage makes his directorial debut in a piece about a troubled young man returning home from the Army in 1981. Sonny (James Franco) is dragged back into his old life of prostitution.
2003 – Matchstick Men – Roy Waller !!!!!!
EVER BEEN DRAGGED ON THE SIDEWALK UNTIL YOU…PISSEDD BLOODD?!!! Cage goes all out as he plays a wacked out, obsessive-compulsive con-artist who is about to pull off a major heist, before his daughter gets thrown into the mix.
2004 – National Treasure – Dr. Benjamin Gates
Ben Gates is on the search for the legendary Templar Treasure, but his quest takes a sharp turn when his partner betrays him and threatens to steal the Declaration of Independence.
2005 – Lord of War – Yuri Orlov
In a film based on real-life post Soviet arms dealer Viktor Bout, Yuri questions morality and confronts death in his years running the illegal arms trade.
2005 – The Weather Man – David Spritz
David Spritz has watched his family fall apart, and is now learning to strike a balance between personal and professional life in this surprising character piece.
2006 – The Ant Bully – Zoc
This inventive and witty animated adventure shows what happens to a young Lucas Nickle after he is shrunken down to ant size and forced into hard labor in the backyard colony.
2006 – World Trade Center – John McLoughlin
The Oliver Stone films covers the tragic events of September 11, 2001, from the perspective of two police officers trapped beneath the buildings’ rubble.
2006 – The Wicker Man – Edward Malus !!!!!!
NOT THE BEEESS!!!! The very definition of Cage Rampage and a must-own for any Cage lover. Watch him don a bear suit and beat women as he chases down a mysterious disappearance on a bizarre island.
2007 – Ghost Rider – Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider !!!!!!
Daredevil motorcyclist Johnny Blaze gives up his soul to become a hellblazing vigilante, fighting with fire against the son of the devil himself: Blackheart.
2007 – Grindhouse – Fu Manchu !!!!!!
The Quentin Tarantino action extravaganza pays tribute to hyper-violent exploitation films of yesteryear with wit and wackiness.
2007 – Next – Cris Johnson
What would you do if you could see your future before it came true? Cage explorers the power of controlling one’s own destiny is this harrowing suspense thriller.
2007 – National Treasure: Book of Secrets – Dr. Benjamin Gates
In the stunning American-history treasure hunting follow-up, Gates must kidnap the President in a journey to clear his great-great-grandfather of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination.
2008 – Bangkok Dangerous – Joe !!!!!!
A dangerous hitman in Bangkok flips the script on his duties when he falls in love with a beautiful, local woman.
2009 – Knowing – John Koestler !!!!!!
An epic story of fate and faith. After a time capsule reveals chilling predictions of death, Cage discovers the divine place his family has in uncovering the mysteries of the universe.
2009 – G-Force – Speckles
2009 – The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans – Terence McDonagh !!!!!!
Cage Rage on the streets of New Orleans! This repulsing yet fascinating smorgasbord of drugs and violence shows how one cop falls down a slope of corruption and gripping addiction.
2009 – Astro Boy – Dr. Tenma
2010 – Kick-Ass – Damon Macready/ Big Daddy !!!!!!
Unique and riveting, Kick-Ass blends visual style with hyper-violence and twisted fun when an average New York teenage decides to become a real superhero.
2010 – The Sorcerer’s Apprentice – Balthazar
2011 – Season of the Witch – Behmen von Bleibruck
2011 – Drive Angry – Milton !!!!!!
2011 – Seeking Justice – Will Gerard
2011 – Trespass – Kyle Miller !!!!!!
2012 – Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance – Johnny Blaze !!!!!!
2012 – Stolen – Will Montgomery
2013 – The Croods – Grug
In this delightful family comedy–adventure, the Croods’ cave is destroyed and they must find a new home; with some luck they just might learn a bit about themselves on the way.
2013 – The Frozen Ground – Sgt. Jack Holcombe
It’s Cage vs. Cusack in this true story of an Alaskan State Trooper hell bent on stopping a sick 13-year serial killer rampage.
2013 – Joe – Joe Ransom
In this dramatic Southern Gothic piece, an ex-con becomes a mentor for a troubled teen dealing with an abusive father.
Tokarev – 2014
Outcast – 2014
Left Behind – 2014
Amicus – 2014
The Expendables 3?? – 2014
The Croods 2 – 2015?
Star Wars: Episode VII?? – 2015