2022 is the Year of Nick Cage

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And you’re going to be totally okay with that. Hundreds of millions of people around the world grew up loving him in dozens of movies. The comeback is nigh. It is time.

The comback is neccesary because there is only one Nickolas and we are have  been waiting on him.

What was your favorite Nick Cage movie so far?

Answers in comment.


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