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Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans
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Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

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Terence McDonagh is a drug- and gambling-addled detective in post-Katrina New Orleans investigating the killing of five Senegalese immigrants.
Actors: Don Yesso,
Don Yesso
Don Yesso 27 November 1954, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Denzel Whitaker,
Denzel Whitaker
Denzel Whitaker 15 June 1990, Torrance, California, USA
Robert Pavlovich,
Robert Pavlovich
Robert Pavlovich 30 March 1959, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Lucius Baston,
Lucius Baston
Lucius Baston
Eva Mendes,
Eva Mendes
Eva Mendes 5 March 1974, Miami, Florida, USA
William M. Finkelstein,
William M. Finkelstein
William M. Finkelstein
J.D. Evermore,
J.D. Evermore
J.D. Evermore 5 November 1968, Greenville, Mississippi, USA
April Gordon,
April Gordon
April Gordon
J. Omar Castro,
J. Omar Castro
J. Omar Castro 30 November 1974, Metairie, Louisiana, USA
Trenton Perez,
Trenton Perez
Trenton Perez
Michael Shannon,
Michael Shannon
Michael Shannon 7 August 1974, Lexington, Kentucky, USA
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Genre: CrimeDrama
Director: Werner Herzog
Werner Herzog
Werner Herzog 5 September 1942, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Country: United States
Release: 2009
IMDb: 6.6
Quality:
Duration: 122 min
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February 22, 2011

Nicolas Cage's deliriously unhinged portrayal of the film's titular bent cop ranks right up there with his most memorably off-kilter performances.
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Time Out
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May 20, 2010

In fusing European experimentalism and Hollywood boldness, Herzog has created a genuine oddity, a furious and unforgettable hybrid which may well prove to be 2010's most purely enjoyable moviegoing experience.
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Seattle Times

November 25, 2009

Like the late Klaus Kinski, who so often played crazies in Herzog's earlier movies, Cage is in your face all the way. Laughing maniacally, lying with no sign of a conscience, he pushes the character's frequent tantrums beyond over-the-top.
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Movies.com
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April 04, 2011

[Cage is] hilarious, scary, contorted, mournful, mean and weirdly, monstrously lovable -- the perfect actor to work with one of the world's most stubborn, bold, idiosyncratic filmmakers.
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February 17, 2014

Herzog wades deep into the swampy funk of New Orleans, which in this post-Katrina setting might as well be an end-of-the-world movie. He's clearly turned on by [its] weirdness, the casual corruption, the gangsterism and the Southern Gothic outrageousnes.
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Rolling Stone
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February 02, 2011

Is redemption possible for this bad lieutenant? At one point, he orders that a dead man be shot again because "his soul is still dancing." If you find God in that line, then welcome to your movie heaven.
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Detroit News
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December 18, 2009

Nicolas Cage is out of his mind in The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call -- New Orleans. And it's wonderful to see.
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July 26, 2011

If Herzog had chosen realism over surrealism, this film would have been predictable and unentertaining. As it is, I found it oddly captivating. This is one weird movie.
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Orlando Sentinel
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December 30, 2009

Cage, who usually goes gonzo with gusto, underplays this monster. That spoils the fun.
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June 14, 2013

Sometimes a scene is a set up for a future plot twist, and sometimes Werner Herzog just wants to film some alligators. Who knows what'll happen? It's like filling your underpants with salamanders.
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Arizona Republic
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November 29, 2009

Nicolas Cage is so gleefully over-the-top as the troubled cop of the title that you will either be repulsed or fascinated by his performance and, since it lives or dies by it, the movie itself.
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