The Hollywood Taxonomy formula works like this: Writer Walt Hickey graphs out an actor’s movies by field build of labor profits and severe score. Then he draws blobs round diversified clumps of recordsdata capabilities, and justifies them with qualitative evaluation, discussing the actor’s profession, continually using the actor’s own terms from interviews.
The actual installments in the assortment cloak actors with a critically eclectic physique of labor, or a profession arc with sprint “eras”: Adam Sandler, Dwayne Johnson, Scarlett Johansson. So Nicolas Cage, enormous name of both Wicker Man and Adaptation, is a high point. Shall we embrace, Hickey explores the idea that Cage made so many harmful suppose-to-video movies because he misplaced a bunch of cash in the trusty property crash.