How to Stream Nicolas Cage’s ‘National Treasure,’ ‘Raising Arizona,’ and More Action Classics

by Kati Michelle
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If you entered 2021 never hearing the name Nicolas Cage, for one, I don’t believe you. But let’s pretend that was true. You certainly know his name now as we inch closer and closer to the end of a turbulent year. The star put out three films over the course of the year named Prisoners of GhostlandWilly’s Wonderland, and Pig. The last of these continues to bring in rave reviews and even appeased Rotten Tomatoes. For weeks now, it has kept a 97% critics score and an audience score just a tad below at 84%.

If you’re itching to go on an adventure searching for a swine shrouded in mystery or an epic quest to steal the Declaration of Independence, we’ve got you covered. Here’s where you can stream Nicolas Cage’s best works including National Treasure, Raising Arizona, and more. We’ve broken it down by streaming service to make it easier.

Amazon Prime:

Next (2007): Loosely based on a short story by Philip K. Dick from 1954, this flick is a sci-fi thriller. Nicolas Cage portrays a stage magician named Cris Johnson who has the ability to see into the future. The federal government gets wind of his abilities and tasks him with joining their anti-terrorist efforts.

Raising Arizona (1987): Here, Cage stars alongside Holly Hunter and, together, they play a chaotic couple who come up with a kidnapping plot involving a wealthy man’s quintuplet. A fun fact here is that Cage actually beat out Outsider-favorite Kevin Costner for the role.

Vampire’s Kiss (1989): You can watch the trailer and read more about the dark comedy here.

Ghost Rider (2007): A story about selling your soul and becoming a supernatural vigilante. Think Batman meets Hell Boy.

Netflix:

The Frozen Ground (2013): Nicolas Cage portrays an Alaska state trooper trying to hunt down a serial killer. It is based on a true story.

Hulu:

Willy’s Wonderland (2021): A low-budget Five Nights at Freddy’s situation.

HBO Max:

Joe (2013): Cage plays a logger who takes on a protective/mentoring role for a young man with an abusive father.

Snake Eyes (1998): Nicolas Cage plays a police officer who uncovers a major boxing event conspiracy.

Disney Plus:

National Treasure, National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets (2004, 2007): A classic piece of cinema for the history buffs.

And Let’s Not Forget About That Time He Sung With Funnyman and Friend Jim Carrey

As a little bonus, here’s a clip of Nicolas Cage singing in “Peggy Sue Got Married.” Apparently, this is where he first met Jim Carrey and a friendship instantly sparked between the co-stars. They are said to have hung out and even made art together following the project’s completion.

This 1986 flick is also available on Amazon Prime.

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