montblanc.com Ranking every Nicolas Cage movie from worst to first
Nicolas Cage’s career has been a rollercoaster of hits and misses, although many prefer to focus on the latter of the two. Despite choosing what some consider to be questionable roles, the actor was awarded an Oscar in 1996 for his portrayal of Ben Sanderson in “Leaving Las Vegas” and received a nomination for “Adaptation” later in 2003.
Entertainment research site PrettyFamous ranked all 72 of Cage’s movies from worst to best. His filmography includes anything he’s had a role in,
whether prominent or small, excluding documentaries and TV movies. To order Cage’s films, PrettyFamous ranked them according to their Smart Rating. box office gross. box office gross was favored.
An airline pilot (Nicolas Cage) and a journalist (Chad Michael Murray) are among those who must try to make sense of a prophetic event causing millions of people to suddenly vanish.
71. “Outcast”Smart Rating: 29.86
Historical Drama, Martial Arts
A fugitive Chinese prince and his sister enlist the aid of two war weary Crusaders (Nicolas Cage, Hayden Christensen) to help them defeat their older brother,
who murdered their father and seized the throne.
70. “Pay the Ghost”Smart Rating: 30.52
Release year: 2015
Haunted by eerie images and unexplainable messages, a man (Nicolas Cage) tries to unravel the mystery behind the disappearance of his son.
69. “Deadfall”Smart Rating: 30.62
Release year: 1993A New Yorker (Michael Biehn) heads to California to find the look alike brother (James Coburn) of his con man father.
68. “Dying of the Light”Smart Rating: 31.37
Forced into retirement and terminally ill,
a CIA agent (Nicolas Cage) gets word that his longtime nemesis (Alexander Karim) has resurfaced, so he sets out on a personal mission to kill him.
67. “The Wicker Man”Smart Rating: 31.46
Release year: 2006A lawman (Nicolas Cage) uncovers strange rituals, a sinister harvest festival and possible human sacrifice as he searches for a missing girl on a secluded island.