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Pig
Pig

Year Released: 2021

Staring: Nicolas Cage, Alex Wolff, Adam Arkin

Director: Michael Sarnoski

Plot

A truffle hunter who lives alone in the Oregonian wilderness must return to his past in Portland in search of his beloved foraging pig after she is kidnapped.

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"Not watching trailers has infinite pros. From going into the theater without a visual clue about what's going to be seen on the big screen to the ability to avoid spoilery clips that ruin supposedly surprising moments, this is a methodology I've been strictly employing in my life. So far, I've had nothing but spectacular screenings. Watching a movie completely blind is an experience I recommend to every film lover. This intro serves to explain why I was so impressed by Pig's grounded, action-les"

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"Pig is a drama and thriller. The story is real, authentic, touching, and emotional. Such Individual movies are known as "Cinema" and are the building blocks of the Hollywood Industry. Such movies aren't considered worthy of watching and praising just because they don't belong from a Franchise or Studio. I love watching such movies but only a few movies touch me deeply in this genre like Joker 2019 and the Pursuit of Happiness were my favorite individual movies. I watched this movie but I"

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"With this starring Nic Cage, you would think it'll be a thriller with the same vibe of <I>John Wick</I>...and you would be sorta right. This movie was a drama first and thriller second as we go on a journey for the main character's (Rob) pig while we explored the past of Rob and Amir's lives. There was no graphic violence, no cage rage, and no insane scenes. Like Arnold Schwarzenegger in the movie <I>Maggie (2015)</I>, this showed Cage as a raw performer which we rarely see these days. "

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"A great performance from Nicolas Cage. The story was engaging in the first half of the movie and then sort of dissipates into a search."

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