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    October 28, 2009


    Those who have seen it claimed it was good. Some even hailed the movie as the ressurection for Nicolas Cage's career. Some were even impressed by the the marketing material and clips for the movie.

    However, there is a problem. Werner Herzog's Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans may not see a wide release, according the movie studio, First Look Pictures. Instead, they are planning for a rush into DVD/Blu Ray form as early as February 2010.

    What a waste you may expect. The film was fueled with awesomeness that follow from what a cult classic the predecessor similar title and Havey Keitel starring Bad Lieutenant are.

    "It also exemplifies Cage’s eccentric filmography as shotgunned into a trashy, art house B-movie with crossover potential. Not to mention that, in addition to Kilmer, the supporting cast is quite recognizable and usually game to get nuts: Eve Mendes as the love interest (i.e. she was hired to blankly nod, which is fine), Jennifer Coolidge (Party Down), Fairuza Balk (The Craft), Brad Dourif (Deadwood, Halloween 2), and Michael Shannon (the way underrated Bug, also recently cast Kim Foley in the upcoming The Runaways)." - (Opinioned by Slash Film)

    Currently, the film is only set to open in L.A. and NYC on November 20th, though Chicago and San Francisco also seem in the mix.
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