The Tuesday List: Best Nic Cage Performances of the 2000's

In No Particular Order

1.) Joe in "Joe"

2.) The Kaufman Brothers in "Adaptation"

3.) Damon Macready/Big Daddy in "Kick-Ass"

4.) Terence McDonagh in "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call, New Orleans"

5.) Roy Waller in "Matchstick Men"

6.) Yuri Orlov in "Lord of War"

"To begin... To begin... How to start? I'm hungry. I should get Gajje. Gajje would help me think. Maybe I should write something first, then reward myself with Gajje." (photo from manilovefilms.com)

"To begin... To begin... How to start? I'm hungry. I should get Gajje. Gajje would help me think. Maybe I should write something first, then reward myself with Gajje." (photo from manilovefilms.com)


Other Performances Worth a Look

1.) Jack Campbell in "The Family Man"

2.) Acid Yellow in "Sonny"

3.) Edward Malus in "The Wicker Man"

4.) David Spritz in "The Weather Man"

5.) Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider in "Spirit of Vengeance" and "Ghost Rider"

"When we get where we're going, Gajje's going to come out. And when he does... he'll destroy whoever's got it coming. Nadya, this thing... there's no reason, no conscience, just hunger. In his eyes, you're no different than Carrigan. You're no different than any of them." (photo from the guardian.com)

"When we get where we're going, Gajje's going to come out. And when he does... he'll destroy whoever's got it coming. Nadya, this thing... there's no reason, no conscience, just hunger. In his eyes, you're no different than Carrigan. You're no different than any of them." (photo from the guardian.com)