Directed by Eli Roth
When a devoted husband and father is left home alone for the weekend, two stranded young women unexpectedly knock on his door for help. What starts out as a kind gesture results in a dangerous seduction and a deadly game of cat and mouse.
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★★★★★ review by Simon Ramshaw on Letterboxd
Best Nic Cage film of the decade.
★★★½ review by Junior Tom on Letterboxd
Cageism is real.
What is to believe in Cageism? To believe in Cageism is to accept Nicolas Cage as your one true and only God. It is to believe that The Cage, or God Cage, descended from the heavens and shaped the world as we know it today. He's had many bodies and has taken many lives, as well as giving birth to new souls. He is the reason we're all here, and the reason why the world is the way we know it. He is the bringer of Life and Death, of Joy and Sadness, of Happiness and Despair, and of Love and Hate. God Cage is life itself. Bees are an iconic symbol of Cageism.
Cageism has spread like a virus in a global scale in recent years. Some have sacrificed themselves and others to Cage, some have even dared to fight against his religion. Cageism even reached certain high schools in unpopular areas like sunny Portugal, where there are countless bees.
"Now I lay down before I sleep, I pray Nic Cage my soul to keep. And if I die before I wake, I pray Nic Cage my soul to take."
It is believed that The Cage, bringer of all life and death, has been getting weaker over the years. His current vessel/body is no longer reliable and has been rejecting him, as a simple human brain can't hold the power of the mighty Cage, leading him to insanity.
At the same time that this began happening, actor Keanu Reeves began to show some incredible similiraties in behavior to that of The Cage. However, research has proved that this is not a mere coincidence, as Keanu was brought to life around the same time that The Cage emerged in his current vessel.
★★★★ review by pd187 on Letterboxd
i tried to delete this but accidentally liked it
★★★★ review by Bruno Pires on Letterboxd
De um prólogo de filme pornô que dá errado até uma comédia de meia idade suja e de mau gosto: mãe! feito por um cineasta.
★★★½ review by Tooley I Am King on Letterboxd
Keanu Reeves goes batshit Nicolas Cage-level insane, and it's beautiful.
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