Posts Tagged ‘Nicolas Cage’

Yes, You Caught Me at the 4 STAR, But I was There to See COLUMBUS – Not VENGENIC LOVE, No Way Man

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

TBH, I don’t know what any of these flicks are aboot, eh?

Turns out VENGENC LOVE is a Nicolas Kim Coppola (or Nick Cage if you want the benefits of LALA-LAND NEPOTISM without the baggage) vehicle called VENGEANCE: A LOVE STORY. It has a worldwide gross of $4,526 so far, so you know it’s gotta be good.

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(He used to have a place on Franklin what was uglified by the addition of garage space for car parking. I bumped into his nanny at Bix one time – I guess she’d take his kids there for french fries, as if it were McDonalds.)

Anywho, the last time our 4 Star Theatre had an actual four stars was back in 2013, oh well.

In conclusion, you can’t say this place don’t have character. Enjoy it while it lasts…

He’s Ba-aaack: Infamous Pacific Heights Foreclosee John Lee Hudson – BONUS: Cheesy ACQUIRE Replicar

Monday, June 25th, 2012

Or maybe John Lee Hudson isn’t back but his car sure is, having been spotted in the Financh on Friday.

(Parked illegally, of course, with the four-way flashers flashing.)

As seen on Halleck Alley in the heart of the 94111 – note ogler taking a snap while gushing about this 100% fake 1928 Mercedes Benz SSK replicar:

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Now, if I had gotten taken down by Jim Cox over at the Socketsite in this fashion, well, I’d have left town vowing to never come back.

But some people are shameless.

Even more shameless than Hollywood Foreclosure King Nicolas Cage, who used to own 1945 Franklin* before JLH et ux. 

Anywho, this ride is not a “Refurbished 1936 Mercedes Excalibur,” just saying.

*I think he was the one who added the garages to the front – at least that’s what the nanny told me back in the day.

Western Addition House Loses a Front Yard But Gains a Garage for Tout le Monde to See – Hurray!

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

This place wins the most-tacked-on-looking-garage award for 2011.

(I’ll have to check and see where the stairs lead to now – it looks like an M. C. Escher subject at this point, IMO.)

See?

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Now, a scrappy kid called Nicolas Kim Coppola (aka Nic Cage) took a different approach back 15 years ago. Check out his tacked on garage monstrosity at 1945 Franklin.

In conclusion, rich people in San Francisco just loooooooooove car garages – they just can’t get enough of them.