Snake Eyes


Action / Crime / Drama / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 41%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 35%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 82369

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Plot summary

Uploaded by: OTTO
September 15, 2013 at 02:33 PM


Top cast

Nicolas Cage as Rick Santoro
Carla Gugino as Julia Costello
Luis Guzmán as Cyrus
Gary Sinise as Commander Kevin Dunne
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754.44 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 38 min
P/S 0 / 1
1.44 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 38 min
P/S 0 / 10

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by marmar-69780 7 / 10

Snake Eyes

Snake Eyes isnt my favourite Cage film from 90s but it is still a fun film to see and it has good acting duo in it.Cage was again very solid here and even if his character here is more normal compared to rest of his resime,he still give a very good act and character story progress,Sinise was also good here and he showed that he is very talented actor that should be in a far more movies then he actually is,expecely this days.Story wasnt nothing new and it didnt felt really fresh but it surved its purpose and it give me a solid time in front of screen

Reviewed by lee_eisenberg 4 / 10

How snakelike can you get?

One of the things that I've always liked about Brian DePalma's movies is how he keeps everything going and then tricks you; think "Phantom of the Paradise", "Carrie", "Dressed to Kill" and "Carlito's Way" (with "Mission: Impossible", it was clear that he was starting to go more Hollywood). "Snake Eyes" lacks any clever tricks. It seems more like an excuse to show off Nicolas Cage. It wasn't terrible - I will say that the movie had an interesting plot - just not worth seeing in the theaters; it's worth seeing if there's absolutely nothing else to rent in the video/DVD store. You see, a movie as predictable as this one just doesn't merit the kind of recognition that DePalma's other movies deserve (I haven't yet seen "The Black Dahlia", so I can't comment on that one).

Anyway, you'll most likely want to avoid this one. Also starring Gary Sinise, John Heard, Carla Gugino, Stan Shaw, Kevin Dunn and Luis Guzman.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 6 / 10

Flawed, quickly-forgotten De Palma thriller

Brian De Palma directed this slow-moving thriller which was widely hated by both movie goers and critics alike on its release. In retrospect, however, it's a fun film, with a complex plot to keep the viewer thinking and guessing as the film progresses. While some moments do drag, I found myself enjoying the film totally throughout as I was caught up in the story so well. The acting is very good here, with Nicolas Cage perfectly cast as a bullish cop who initially is loud and unlikeable, but who becomes more sombre and withdrawn as time goes on, until he's just a beaten wreck at the end of the film. Gary Sinise puts in another excellently villainous performance (even if his villainous identity was revealed in the film's trailer) and I loved the scene at the end of the film where he was trapped in the headlights of the car before committing suicide, the look of anguish on his face was superb. The rest of the cast is all good, especially the female lead who is both tough and yet vulnerable. However it's really Cage who carries the film as his character is given the most depth. I have always admired Cage as an actor as he is so unlikeable, yet still a good actor anyway.

There are lots of taut sequences in this film and also some excellent scenes, like the beginning tracking shot which goes on forever, or the suspenseful moment when both Cage and Sinise are hunting for the key witness to the crime down long hotel corridors. The action is surprisingly sparse and therefore the film does get bogged down a bit by heavy, long-winded explanations, although there are some brutal fight scenes, not just in the arena either. I also liked the use of flashbacks and points of view which show what happened before the assassination, these give a greater depth to the story and there's no doubt that De Palma has a real cinematic flair. Originally, I hear that the film was supposed to have a tidal wave (created by Industrial Light and Magic) flood the building but that this was cut out. I can only think how much better the film would have benefited with this climax. As it stands, it is a bit of an anti-climax at the end, but this didn't spoil the film for me as I was having a great time puzzling over things anyway. Good but flawed.

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