See Through the Eyes of Nicolas Cage
March 12, 2009 2:29pm CST
Melancholy, emotion, or&and fascination? I can't help asking whether anyone will deny such pair of eyes. Of course, like many others, I got to know this man through his movies, when I was a freshman on campus. At the very beginning, I was just impressed by the movies: the actions, plots and his performances, like in the Sixty Seconds, National Treasure, Ghost Rider and others. Time going by, life changing and I became more of an adult, when the star also grew profound and great in my heart. I don't call myself a crazy fan, but I do admire the man, the man himself, not only the heroes in the pictures. The best playing, and the most wonderful lines are conveyed through his eyes. Not to mention the smart and determined sparkling in those eyes, when he, with his groups, planned to steal the luxuary cars to save his brother, in Sixty seconds; when he thought about the hard codes in National Treasure, the softness and warmth deep from his eyes in front of the heroines in the movies will surely rob us away from our realities, just dreaming those eyes for ourselves from our own lovers. (Actually, I believe, few people can do as Nicolas does, in the world.) I believe the unique eye together with the special temperament must have some concern with the Literary, poetry, and romantic European descent. Besides, his father, literary professor, and his mother, choreographer, add More flavor to this.I guess he must be a man who goes through everything, from glamour down to depresson; a big boy who flies in his wild but wonderful imagination; a great actor who takes each detail and each move seriously... At last, I'd like to say: Mr., may you enjoy the way of life you like. And as for you acting, may it contend yourself in an all round way. Loving you... We're just common people, but that's maybe why the stars are stars; that's where their success comes from. for everyone, Go and get the life we hope for. We oughtn't to be ordinary in our own eyes.