Thursday November 23rd 2017

Who Ya Got: Reeves vs. Cage vs. Seagal

So this week’s installment of Who Ya Got is going to be a little bit different than last time’s. Last time we weighed the merits of two of today’s leading comedians and asked you to choose which one was better.

Well this time around we are going to do something similar, but add a third contender. So, instead of picking which one of these leading actors is bearable (because none of them have any skills), we need to figure out which is the most pathetic.

So, the question I pose to you is this: If you were going to film the worst movie of all time, which leading actor would you choose? Who Ya Got: Keanu Reeves, Steven Seagal, or Nicolas Cage?

In the blue corner, we have Keanu Reeves. KR is a graduate of the “I’m too cool and tough to act like I’m trying, so instead of selling the role, I’m just going to keep acting tough” school of badassness. Additionally, his voice sounds like the noise you make when you someone punches you in the abs. (Could be the early favorite…)

In the white corner, we have Steven Seagal. According to his Wikipedia page, Seagal’s occupations include: actor, film producer, martial artist, musician, writer, and reserve deputy sheriff. That resume sounds more like that of Dwight Schrute, than of an actual person.  (And the competition stiffens…)

And finally, in the blue corner, we have Nicolas Cage. Granted Cage does have an Academy Award for his early work in Leaving Las Vegas, however, I think it’s pretty safe to say he’s really mailed it over the last couple of years. His latest works include the National Treasure series, Ghost Rider, and Sorcerer’s Apprentice. Talk about some awful cinema.

So, now that you have some background on the contenders, it’s time to weigh in…Who Ya Got?

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