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  • Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Release Date: Sept. 25 2007
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000TGJ8A8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #34,321 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Based on the Philip K. Dick story "The Golden Man," this sci-fi actioner stars Nicolas Cage as a man with the ability to see two minutes into the future. Fearful of becoming a government "lab rat," Cage keeps a low profile as a small-time Las Vegas magician, but determined FBI agent Julianne Moore tracks him down to enlist his aid in preventing an imminent terrorist attack. With Jessica Biel, Thomas Kretschmann and Peter Falk. 96 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English PCM 5.1, Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital stereo, Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: English (SDH), French, Portuguese, Spanish; "making of" documentary; featurettes; theatrical trailer.

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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By falcon on Oct. 20 2007
Format: DVD
oh yeah,and i also watched this movie.i wasn't really impressed.i'd say
it was a run of the mill thriller,except it isn't really thrilling.the
premise holds promise,but doesn't's basically about a guy
who can see two minutes into the future.the F.B.I. finds out about his
gift and tries to use him to prevent a nuclear disaster.there's a bit
more to the story,but there's nothing really that makes the movie
compelling.the movie Stars Nic Cage as the main character,with Julianne
Moore as the main F.B.I. agent.Jessica Biel also stars,but she is
really just window dressing in this one.Cage and Moore seem to be just
going through the motions here.for me,Next is an average movie at
best. 2.5/5
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Julie L. on May 6 2013
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Nicholas Cage at his finest, definitely one of the best if not THE best movie starring Nicholas Cage. Watched 3 times since I got it and will probably watch it again very soon. Action packed, very good plot. Some of the actors in the movie are not that great but the main actor is so awesome you forget the rest. Definitely worth buying!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Martin on Jan. 17 2015
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Bonne description. Transport rapide.
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87 of 95 people found the following review helpful
Very strong overall April 27 2007
By Brian Reaves - Published on
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While I've never read the Philip Dick story this movie is based on, I'll have to say this story has some strong points on its own. Nicolas Cage is great as "Frank Cadillac" or Chris, as he prefers to be called. He can see two minutes into his own future, and this opens some interesting possibilities. It's funny to see him run through several different pick up scenarios before finally finding one that will work with Jessica Biel. This ability also saves his life several times.

The storyline moves along at a good pace. While there are some boring scenes, there are enough "Wow!" moments to keep you hooked until the end.

Ah, the end...there's our problem. In an attempt to pull out a great plot twist, we end up with a very cheated feeling. It's almost as if we don't get to see how it all ultimately works out. This could have been fixed with about 5 minutes more screen time, but we don't get it. I'm pretty sure the DVD will probably have an alternate ending in there somewhere because I can't believe this is how they originally envisioned it.

As a whole, this was a good movie and I really enjoyed it. It wasn't perfect, and seemed to stumble under the weight of its plot a couple of times (who were the terrorists? where did they get the bomb? Why would a woman like Jessica Biel agree to drive a man she'd just met across the desert...especially when the guy looked like a psycho?), but it was worth the time it takes to watch it.
26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Classic science fiction May 12 2007
By Terrell T. Gibbs - Published on
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Next is a movie based on a classic science fiction theme, the "small" wild talent. It is based on a short story by Philip K Dick, the great science fiction writer whose stories have inspired numerous movies; works by Dick were also the basis for "Blade Runner" (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep), "Total Recall" (We Can Remember It For You Wholesale), "Minority Report," and "A Scanner Darkly," among others, Nick Cage plays Frank Cadillac, a Las Vegas stage mentalist who can actually see the future; the catch is that he can normally only see his own future, and only 2 minutes ahead. He has made a life living "under the radar," exploiting his talent in minor ways, until a rare precognitive glimpse beyond his 2 minute horizon reveals to him the woman that he is destined to be with.

The film is extraordinarily well crafted, gradually introducing the audience to the nature of Frank's power. There is a terrorist nuclear bomb subplot that provides a major plot motivator. With "24" now in its 6th season, this is already beginning to seem a bit tired as a plot device. Nevertheless it keeps things moving and offers Cage's character a fundamental dilemma: what good is a 2 minute warning against a nuclear bomb? In addition, Frank is being chased by Julianne Moore as a federal agent who has figured out Frank's talent and hopes to use it to find the bomb. I found this to be the one serious plot weakness, in that there is not enough of a backstory to explain how Moore's character has become so convinced that she absolutely must have Frank on her side to stop the bomb.

Initially, we see only the effects of Frank's power as he effortlessly evades capture in some beautifully crafted chase scenes, but as the film proceeds, we begin to become privy to Frank's glimpses of the future. I can't recall whether I ever read the Phil Dick story (The Golden Man) that the film is based upon, but it introduces a type of uncertainty that Dick loved to play with, in that we become less and less certain whether we are viewing the actual present or one of the many alternative futures that Frank sees. For Frank, the future has almost a Schrodinger's Cat quality, since just by looking at his future, he changes it. There is a wonderful scene toward the end in which Frank becomes a sort of quantum cloud of alternative Franks working his way through a booby-trapped factory.

The reviews I saw for this movie were not impressive, but film reviewers have always tended to have trouble appreciating Phil Dick. I thought that it was pretty nearly perfect. The ending, which I won't reveal, might strike some as a bit of a "bait-and-switch" but I thought that it worked perfectly, because by that time I was very much into Franks mindset in which possible futures become as real as present experience. There is one scene in which Jessica Biehl's character says something like, "life should be a surprise," and Frank says wistfully, "That would be nice."

The acting is top notch. Cage clearly appreciates science fiction, and is listed as a producer, and he is very convincing as Frank. Biehl and Julianne Moore round out the strong cast.

Be sure and stay for the credits, by the way; there is a minor joke.

The concept of the two minute warning is a great one, and my only real complaint about the movie is that I'd like to see this idea played out at even greater length. Perhaps Cage will consider producing a TV series with a similar character.
38 of 43 people found the following review helpful
"With freedom comes responsibility." Aug. 3 2007
By L Gontzes - Published on
Format: DVD
Next brings to the screen the story of Chris Johnson, a.k.a. Frank Cadillac, a down-on-his-luck onstage Las Vegas magician with a rare gift: to be able to see two minutes into the future! Things "liven up" when a government agent in her effort to find a group of terrorists aiming at detonating a nuclear bomb somewhere in the United States attempts to enlist Chris Johnson who seems to be rather preoccupied with other matters...
There are slight hints of the X-Files, Deja Vu (Denzel Washington), Frequency (Dennis Quaid, James Caviezel), Timecop (Van Damme) and The Lake House (Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock).
Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore, Jessica Biel, and the rest of the cast, have truly outdone themselves with their performances, which are outstanding to say the least! All the actors, without exceptions, give it their 100% and it really shows (the chemistry is AMAZING)! Very well written and very well presented, the movie is without a doubt guaranteed to provide more than just a few thrills.
The only major setback is in relation to those "geniuses" that came up with the French-speaking Europeans as the villains and with no explanation whatsoever as to their motive! It's not as if there aren't enough prospective terrorists out there, they're lining up for crying out loud, so why go with some of the most unlikely candidates?
What European would even bother to act as such in reality???
Nevertheless, the setting, the plot, the dialogues, and the music are all good.
In conclusion, Next is a movie definitely worth watching and one to seriously consider adding to your movie collection as it is one of those films that gets you and keeps you thinking long after it's over. 4.5 Stars
14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Good Movie Marred by the 9/11 Scare Tactics Sept. 25 2007
By H. A Huffman - Published on
Format: DVD
Next, a movie based on the Philip K. Dick short story, is very clever in spots. Nicholas Cage plays a precognative gmbler/magician who can see two minutes into the future. The interesting thing in this movie is that he can see all possible futures; this led to some interesting scenes in the movie. The plot revolves around terrorists planning to blow up LA who finad out that this guy could upset their master plan. Government agents are looking for this guy too for the same reason. Ahh, terrorism, the all purpose plot device - why blow up LA? Just because I guess - whatever..

Anyway, the special effects are cool, there are some good action sequences and Cage is a good choice to play the main character in the movie. Its not worth the 9-10 bucks it would have taken to see this in the theatres but it is worth renting/buying on sale.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Here's One For The Collection April 29 2007
By Mike Smith - Published on
I am happy to say I really enjoyed this movie. I read some bad reviews of it online, but wanted to give the movie a chance. I'm glad I did.

Nicolas Cage plays a character that can see 2 minutes into the future, which is certainly a superhuman ability. You can imagine many of the scenarios that might unfold through use of this ability, but the movie manages to keep it fresh and interesting. I think the subtleties of his ability and actions are portrayed very well. He is quite the smooth operator, and plenty cool. There is a lot of action in this movie, and it is exciting from the start. I also liked the fact that love enhances his ability, and liked Jessica Biel as his love interest. If there was a flaw in this movie, it would be the ending, which left something to the imagination... a bit too much to the imagination by some people's standards. However it doesn't ruin the movie in my opinion. I only buy movies that I really like and want to see again many times. This is one of those movies. Check it out!