I had planned for this to be Nicolas Cage Week, but have found it best to postpone that for a while. Your loss, right?
It seems like they thought the title up first and the movie second, but even still, it’s a lot of fun if you go into it realizing it’s going to get a little ridiculous at times.
We all know that Nicolas Cage is great at being Nicolas Cage, but this film showed that John Travolta is great when he’s being Nicolas Cage.
I was a little disappointed that they didn’t keep their original voices when they switched bodies, though.
The special effects in this film are really good with the face-cutting off and whatnot, since it wasn’t CGI.
Let’s face it…there’s none here.
Okay, fine. I remember seeing a Coke can and Chiclets. But I really really wanted to make that joke.
EDIT: As I’m preparing this review, the Chiclets keep bothering me. Why were they always there? Why did nobody touch them? I have to take a point off.
I had been curious about this film ever since it came out, and, yet again, it’s one that I wish I had seen sooner.