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Oscar® winner* Nicolas Cage is amazing (The New Yorker) in this outrageous, erotically charged thriller about a womanizing New York executive who becomes convinced that he's a vampire when one of his conquests bites his neck in the throes of passion. Jennifer Beals (Devil in a Blue Dress) sizzles as the femme fatale who sets Cage on his batty course in this darkly funny, lively, imaginative fantasy (Los Angeles Times)! *1995: Actor, Leaving Las Vegas
Nicolas Cage is perfectly cast in this devious black comedy of a New York literary agent whose latest one-night stand lands him in bed with vampire Jennifer Beals, who takes a big, bloody bite out of his identity. The emotionally unstable executive develops an aversion to sunlight, a fear of crosses, and a sudden appetite for cockroaches (not to mention a sadistic pleasure in tormenting hapless secretary Maria Conchita Alonso), but is it a supernatural curse or schizophrenia? Vampire's Kiss (written by After Hours scribe Joseph Minion) walks a dangerous line between satire and psychosis, which Cage pushes to surreal levels with a manic, unhinged performance. "I'm a vampire!" he howls, shuffling down alleys and snapping his cheap plastic fangs, less a Dracula than a bug-eyed, psychotic Renfield. Both funny and unsettling, this is one of the most demented takes on the genre. --Sean Axmaker
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Kind of like Invasion of the body snatchers but with less butt stuff...
Vampire's Kiss?! More like Nikki Cage Bliss!!!
Overall the film was a home run, slam dunk, touchdown, sports, sports, masculinity!
I mean, it was absurd, like to the max, like extreme Doritos, but without the oh so obvious implication that your roommate just went to Jackson's Corner store and bought a bag of Xtreme Doritos because he couldn't download a hoagie off the internet.
So under Nicolas Cage's human disguise lies a reptilian form, just below the surface lies a high enough intellect to grasp a very rudimentary working conception of human social behavior.
Don't get me wrong, I applaud the thing! He's essentially living as at least three personas at all times: True alien form, Human actor persona, and the character in which he is playing and most of the time the psychotic version of his character in which he is playing as he is acting as he is pretending to be a human...
As a person who has dealt with extreme identity crisises in my own short, albeit pathetic life, I empathize with this beloved and often hated alien's struggles, being in a new place is hard. Being on a whole nother planet?!
Eyyy! I'M WALKIN' 'ERE!!!
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