The story revolves around a Philadelphia businessman whose deadbeat brother is kidnapped for a large ransom. When everyone involved believes the deadbeat is in on the kidnapping, the businessman must take action himself.

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In light of how riveting Cage is in this film, it is a shame that he doesn’t appear more. Though he is far and away the best part about Arsenal, his scenes are relatively few, w...
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Some prime Nic Cage overacting is just a distraction from Arsenal’s faults.
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Stephen C. Miller’s Mississippi-set drama stars Adrian Grenier and Johnathon Schaech as brothers targeted by Nicolas Cage’s diabolical crime boss.
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Nicolas Cage has been surviving on professional gruel for so long now that it seems churlish to ponder performances that, much like the movies around them, have bordered on cart...
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The old truism about pizza — that even when it's bad, it's still pretty good — also applies to Nicolas Cage movies.
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When he's on point, Nicolas Cage brings to mind Klaus Kinski, the brooding, dangerous performer whose collaborations with filmmaker Werner Herzog are typified by naked aggressio...
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