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Dan Persons

Dan Persons

Posted: January 11, 2011 10:40 AM

2011-01-09-Season_of_the_Witch_M054_04559_rgb_410.jpgNic Cage's latest, Season of the Witch -- about two knights who seek to redeem themselves for their participation in the Crusades by transporting an accused witch to a monastery for trial -- has been roundly burned at the stake by most critics. But is this film truly deserving of such condemnation? Heedless of the warnings, CFQ's Steve Biodrowski, Lawrence French, and Dan Persons have braved exposure to the first genre film of 2011 and emerged, if not enriched, then at least more entertained than any of them expected. In this episode they discuss what works, what doesn't, and whether it's time to end the pile-on on Mr. Cage's career.

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