Can We Shred Nicolas Cage’s Most Regrettable Movies?

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Sorry, Nicolas Cage.


Summer means going to the beach, tanning by the pool and endless amounts of sunshine. But if you’re a movie junkie like many of us here at Guernsey, summer also means you get to see all the new blockbuster films! There’s a pretty amazing lineup this year with movies coming out, including Solo: A Star Wars Story, Incredibles 2 (my 12-year-old-self is hyper-ventilating right now) and Deadpool 2. With highly anticipated movies, it’s easy to be disappointed after watching a movie that didn’t live up to the hype and we certainly don’t want that to happen. That’s why we decided to counteract this by highlighting the somewhat successful, somewhat sad, and somewhat interesting movie career of the one and the only, Nicolas Cage. Not following our logic here? That’s okay—just watch us shred some of Nicolas Cage’s regrettable movies with a Fellowes Shredder. (Do I really need to say more?)

On behalf of everyone here at Guernsey, we’d like to say, you’re welcome (I mean, really. What better office supply is there for Nicolas Cage movies than a shredder?) And if we shredded a movie that you actually love, we’re sorry but hope this inspires you to shred disappointing movies too. Perhaps the 1997 flop, Batman & Robin or Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2? (They really should have stopped after the first one.) Go ahead, we dare you. Clearly, there’s nothing that this Fellowes shredder can’t handle.


Now that you have witnessed the power of this fully operational Fellowes Powershred 425 CI Shredder, what should we shred next? Tell us!


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Amy Yim
Amy Yim
Amy is a lover of all things creative and has a knack for marketing, advertising and business. This led her to study Creative and Strategic Advertising at VCU and ultimately her role as the Marketing Coordinator at Guernsey. On the weekends, you can find her trying new coffee shops around D.C., enjoying live music, and traveling to different cities.

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