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Since 2010, seven Nicolas Cage films been released, and out of that batch, Kick-Ass is the crown jewel of the bunch, with Trespass serving as a cinematic lowpoint for Cage and Nicole KidmanSeeking Justice, which stars Cage as Will Gerard, a mild mannered teacher and loving husband whose wife (Mad Men’s January Jones) is brutally attacked, hits Blu-ray & DVD June 19th (the feature had a brief theatrical release).  Guy Pearce (Lockout) is Simon, the head of a vigilante organization who offers to have the criminal killed if Will returns the favor (think Strangers on a Train meets Death Wish).

Although it’s neither Cage or director Roger Donaldson’s (The Bank Job, Species) finest moment, they do make Seeking Justice a highly watchable potboiler . Special features on the DVD and Blu-ray versions include a behind the scenes featurette, which includes interviews with Donaldson and Cage, along with select members of the cast and crew.  Harold Perrineau, best known for his work on the TV series Lost and Oz, also stars as Cage’s close friend and co-worker.

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posted by Greg Srisavasdi (Twitter: @gsrisavasdi )


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