Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

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Welcome back to Junkfood Cinema; perpetually full.  This is the weekly column that begs the question, “why don’t they just cut off that Salisbury kid’s fingers?!” Each and every Friday I wheel out the very finest, most choice terrible films and force you to sit there and smile as I sing their praises.  Despite what certain recent exposé articles may have espoused, I did not suffer a major head injury trying to recreate the parkour scene from Casino Royale.  Therefore I still have the cognitive capacity to understand exactly why these films are bad, but sometimes we partake of things we know are bad for us.  To that end, I will pair each film with a junkfood item on which you can gorge while you watch the film and bid adieu to each dying brain cell. Brace yourselves this week kiddos, our foray into the unrefined brings us far too close to Vampire’s Kiss.



Robert Levin takes aim at the popular hobby of hating Nic Cage and asks that we appreciate great trash.



It’s not every day that we get to take into the mind of a mad man. This isn’t one of those days either, but it’s a close as we’ll get for a while. First Look Pictures has provided us with an exclusive behind the scenes clip from Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.


The Natural Blu-ray

After a week that was less than perfect for Blu-ray buyers last week, the world of high definition home entertainment is back with some style this week. We’ve got something for everyone. Battlestar Galactica: Season 2 hits for the sci-fi nerds, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans hits for those who enjoy movies that are off-the-charts good and The Lord of the Rings franchise comes to Blu-ray in the worst way possible.



Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves riding giant eagles to the break of dawn. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVDs. This week… Bad Lieutenant, Dolan’s Cadillac, and a penis that shoots flames!


Werner Herzog

Waiting for someone like Werner Herzog to come to the phone is one of the most nerve-wracking things someone like yours truly can do. Even as a fan of the man’s work, and someone who is coming into the interview having seen and absolutely loved his latest film Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, I’m a wreck. Thankfully, I was able to get through it long enough to have an engaging chat with a legend.



Perhaps one of the greatest honors, yet most difficult tasks of my year is the creation of my annual top ten list. As this site’s editor in chief (or whatever title suits me this week), I get to kick-off our Year in Review every year with my picks for best of the year.



Rob Hunter recalls a year of marketing with 15 of the most exciting slices of cinema to hit big screens this year. The best trailers.



With Bill Nighy’s claim that he doesn’t like watching himself in movies, I figured I’d take the opportunity to suggest the practice to a few other actors. But it’s not exactly what you think.



Remember Nicolas Cage? He doesn’t make a lot of movies. The good news though is that after a multi-year absence from movie screens he’s finally returned in Werner Herzog’s Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.



Weeks after seeing it at a press screening, we here at Reject HQ are still trying to piece together the eccentric brilliance of Werner Herzog’s Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans…



Bust out your lucky crack pipe and check out what Werner Herzog has to say about his latest work, The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.



Hello again movie fans! You may have noticed that there was no Movie Watcher’s Guide to October. There are several completely legitimate reasons for this, but instead of boring you with details please allow me to give a quick recap of the month’s box-office releases… The Invention of Lying, Whip It, Amelia, Astro Boy, Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant, and Saw VI all pretty much bombed, while Zombieland, Couples Retreat, Law Abiding Citizen, Where the Wild Things Are, and Paranormal Activity all did fair to brisk business. There, now you’re caught up through October. On to November! November 6th The Box Who did it? Directed and written by Richard Kelly; starring Cameron Diaz, James Marsden, Frank Langella What is it? A young couple receives a mysterious box containing only a button and a note. Press the button and two things will happen… one, they’ll receive $1 million dollars, and two, someone in the world will die. Will they press the button? Duh… What about it? Kelly has taken a classic short story by Richard Matheson (“Button, Button”), which was previously made into an episode of “The Twilight Zone,” and turned it into a movie. It’s not always a wise move to stretch something from a much shorter medium to a feature film, and early reviews (like the one at Gone Elsewhere) have been fair to meh about it which doesn’t bode too well for the movie. Or for Kelly… who some are starting to suspect was nothing but lucky with his debut film, Donnie Darko. Watch […]



Have you ever wanted to watch Nicolas Cage, complete with bad haircut and way over-the-top acting, go completely insane in a movie directed by the equally unbalanced Werner Herzog? Well, here’s your chance.



Notorious for its surprise screenings and its launching platforms for legit Oscar contenders, this little town in Colorado is about to get some serious attention…



The Venice Film Festival has announced it’s 2009 line-up this week, showing off the films that will make-up it’s 66th annual fest.



We’re launching a fresh, new podcast that encapsulates the Reject spirit next Sunday. But we’re giving you a very special first listen before the big debut. Gird your loins and head on inside. You can thank us later.



Some folks were outraged when news first hit that Nicolas Cage would be starring in a remake of Bad Lieutenant. Wait until they see this first trailer…



At his ‘Knowing’ press conference we learned that, when it comes to the movie and the issues it raises, Nicolas Cage cares most of all about what you think.

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