Nicolas Cage has received positive reviews for his performance in “Mandy.”
Actor Nicolas Cage said he was “happy” with his upcoming film “Mandy” — but not so much with “211” the bank heist movie he played on and was released in the summer.
Cage, 54, received positive reviews from critics for his performance in the new flick opening this weekend.
“I am happy with the results,” Cage told the new york Daily News.
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“Mandy” follows Cage as he seeks revenge against a cult, which attacked his family. The Academy Award-winning actor in comparison with the shooting of the film, working with director John Woo in 1997 flick “Face/Off”.
“It’s a ballet quality — even the chainsaw fight sequence,” he said.
Meanwhile, Cage expressed disappointment for how “211” turned out.
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“The film was completely re-cut and transformed with a new story points. It was not the script that I had agreed to make,” he said. “It was really disappointing. I had no idea that it would go.”
The actor expressed a desire to try his hand at directing again (he directed the 2002 movie “Sonny”).
“I hope that I’m back in making movies very quickly, but now it is my job is to be a star in films,” he said.
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