Deborah Ross

Entertaining. Mostly: Dream Scenario reviewed

While the film falters towards the end, Nicolas Cage never does

It’s certainly the most Nicolas Cage film since the last Nicolas Cage film, whenever that was: Nicolas Cage and Dylan Gelula in Dream Scenario. Courtesy of A24

Dream Scenario is a high-concept dark comedy about celebrity and cancel culture. It stars our old pal Nicolas Cage who, blame it on what you will – tax bills, divorce bills, the price of butter – has appeared in some abominable dreck down the years but has never turned in a boring performance.

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