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Bad Lieutenant Official Trailer
There are no iguanas

09 October 2009  |  Written by Owen Williams  |  Source: Yahoo

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There was an unofficial trailer online in the early summer, but haste ye to Yahoo for a look at the newly polished official clip for Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.

There's nothing much included that we haven't seen before, but, in case you couldn't quite believe it the first time, it's a chance to revisit an off-the-wall Nick Cage, more energised than we've seen him for a long time, rabbiting about Swiss cotton underpants, coffee-table iguanas, dancing souls, and "making money the old fashioned way".

Werner Herzog directs the madness. Cage co-stars with Val Kilmer, Eva Mendez, Xzibit, Vondie Curtis-Hall and Brad Dourif. 

A UK release date is yet to be confirmed, but click here to check out our man Damon Wise's review of the version shown at the Venice Film Festival last month.

 


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Posted by casherbc at 18:13 on 09 October 2009 | Report This Post

I really can't stand Nic Cage. I've never understood his appeal. However, this film has intrigued me. He's obviously doing his standard bug-eyed crazy stuff but what I'm genuinly excited about is Werner Herzog doing mainstream cinema. The poster sucks though. Would've been super-cool without the floating heads. More

Posted by evildave69 at 15:15 on 09 October 2009 | Report This Post

No longer there on Yahoo...
...thank heavens for YouTube, as it's on there. This is even more bat-crazy than the unofficial trailer but easy (or should that be The Big Easy) ride. Come on guys and release a date for this mutha for the UK and get that fucking iguana off my desk too. More

Posted by Taz69 at 12:01 on 09 October 2009 | Report This Post

This may have had a lot of potential but to me looks like another example of Nic Cage embarassing himself in front of the camera. More

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is it me?
there seems to be no video available. . . More

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