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Celebrate Awesomely Bad Movies with FACE/OFF

It’s been a while since we’ve given you three minutes of movie-skewering insanity, but Awesomely Bad Movies is back and this time I’m slinging the silly about John Woo’s 1997 action extravaganza, Face/Off, starring John Travolta, Nicolas Cage, John Travolta AS Nicolas Cage, and Nicolas Cage as John Travolta. The premise alone is enough to make me want to talk about it, but throw in the overblown ’90s John Woo-isms and weird, pervy leering and you have wall-to-wall bonkersness of the most awesomely bad kind.

There’s actually so much insanity in the 2hr 18min movie that no short video could truly do it justice, but I do my best. Scenes that I wanted to lampoon but couldn’t include Cage waking up with out a face, Travolta-Cage teaching his daughter how to use a butterfly knife, Cage-Travolta getting high and doing the “Face…Off” motion a thousand times, and the gunfight in front of the mirrors. But, now that you know what’s NOT in the video, have a look and see what IS!

If you liked this video, you can see me make fun of tons of other weird and goofy flicks, like The Burning, Swamp Thing, Green Lantern, and the almighty Starcrash, by subscribing to Modern Primate on YouTube.

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Comments

  1. no says:

    This is a terribly terrible review of an awesomely awesome movie.

  2. ClasikRok says:

    It is a TERRIBLE movie…that doesn’t mean I don’t absolutely love it to DEATH!

  3. d says:

    Ok I dont know what you are talking about, face off was a great movie, I will watch anytime is on 

  4. This movie has never been bad. 

  5. Duke says:

    Awesomely bad? Face/Off is just plain awesome. Weird addition to this series, considering this one was actually highly praise by critics (91 on RT, 82 Metacritic).