All Of The Times Nicolas Cage Freaked Out On Screen, Ranked
No one freaks out on film quite like Nicolas Cage. We've gathered some of our favorite freak-out scenes from all the best (and a few of the worst) Nicolas Cage movies in his filmography and want to know which scene you think is the best. Cage is an actor who is both loved and hated, but one thing all film fans and moviegoers can agree on is that his freak-outs are some of the best in Hollywood. No one loses it quite like Mr. Nicolas Cage.
Is your favorite Nicolas Cage movie freak-out his creepy, unnerving portrayal in Vampire's Kiss, his over-the-top acting in Deadfall, the bunny fight in Con Air, or is it "The bees! No, not the bees!" from Wicker Man?
It's time to find out which funny Nic Cage freak-out you think is the best and most amazing. So put the bunny in the box, file your papers correctly and get voting. Then be sure to cast your votes on the best Nicolas Cage movies list as well - even if they didn't feature a great freak-out moment.
- 1197 VOTESPhoto: Paramount PicturesThe opening credits haven't even finished appearing on screen in John Woo's sci-fi action flick and Cage is already off his rocker. Here, he's playing a freelance terrorist who, in this scene rocks out to "Hallelujah."
- 2147 VOTES
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Arguably director Michael Bay's best movie, The Rock is actually light on Cage moments. However, we do get a glimmer of the classic Cage freak-out when Sean Connery presses him about rockets containing deadly chemical bead things.
- 485 VOTESPhoto: Columbia Pictures
There are plenty of great one-liners in Honeymoon in Vegas that only Cage can deliver. In this scene though, he becomes the voice of the weary traveler trying to get from point A to point B.
- 5101 VOTESPhoto: Warner Bros. Pictures
One of Cage's best freak-out scenes comes in this Ridley Scott crime drama. Cage plays an obsessive-compulsive con man who, in this clip, needs a refill on his subscription. NOW!
- 695 VOTES
Vampire's KissPhoto: Hemdale Film Corporation
There are a lot of fantastic Cage-y moments in Vampire's Kiss including this wide-eyed performance that became an instant Internet meme.