Joe Formal Trailer #one (2014) – Nicolas Cage Movie High definition

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Joe Formal Trailer #one (2014) – Nicolas Cage Movie High definition

A gripping mix of friendship, violence and redemption erupts in the present-day South in this adaptation of Larry Brown’s novel, celebrated at when for its grit and its deeply transferring core. Directed by David Gordon Eco-friendly, JOE film delivers Academy Award® winner Nicolas Cage again to his indie roots in the title function as the challenging-living, scorching-tempered, ex-con Joe Ransom, who is just attempting to dodge his instincts for difficulties — until finally he satisfies a challenging-luck kid, (MUD’s Tye Sheridan) who awakens in him a intense and tender-hearted protector. With a screenplay by Gary Hawkins, JOE is dependent on the novel by the late Larry Brown (Big Poor Appreciate, Dealing with the Moon), the previous Mississippi firefighter renowned for his potent, gothic storytelling and common themes of honor, desperation and ethical rectitude.

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21 thoughts on “Joe Formal Trailer #one (2014) – Nicolas Cage Movie High definition

  1. i wonder what usa would be like if they banned booze.. maybe it would be a better place. to bad your all to stupid to realize that..

  2. Saw this on Netflix. F'ing cool movie. If you love to see something challenging, and meaningful. Poverty, alcoholism, good vs evil. This movie may get nominated for some awards, meaningful real life stuff. See it, unless you're afraid.

  3. Hola, alguien me puede decir si la pelicula de joe, de nicolas cage esta en el thepiratebay, en español???? le agradeceria a quien me informara pues no la encuentro, gracias

  4. scary and realistic especialy when the homeless man kills the other homeless
    man seems like he enjoyed it.

  5. scary and realistic especialy when the homeless man kills the other homeless
    man seems like he enjoyed it.

  6. between Cages bad movies there is a plethora of good ass movies. I don't think he gets the respect he deserves. I even loved the Bad Lieutenant reboot a few years ago. Maybe Cage can be in the next season of True Detective.

  7. I loved Joes dog. reminds me of my APBT. did the same thing to an asshole german shepherd. Not exactly under the same circumstances but similar results.

  8. Great movie and Joe is a great character. Films so frighteningly realistic; I am glad that white trash in europe isn´t like this already…

  9. I've never been a big Nicholas Cage fan, but his acting in this movie was amazing. I can honestly say that I've never been touched by a movie as much as this one! An amazing and heartfelt story. I'm no movie critic, but it deff gets five stars from me!

  10. Mr. Gary Poulter, the old man that you see in this movie trailer was not an actor but a homeless man who was pulled off the street from the director. According to him, Mr. Gary Poulter do not even performing, he actually is an alcoholic homeless man. BUT… the tragedy of this is, after filming he was found… dead. Dead base down and the water. Pretty sad and terrible indeed. Poor man… Rest In Peace, Gary Poulter, you did a great performance in this film. I think it's a great homage that he was in this movie because he truly is him (he wasn't violent in real life like in this film for sure) and he finished his life as a great "actor" in a Hollywood film! but at the same time, when you watch the film and knowing that knowledge… it's very sad.

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