If you like your Nicholas Cage on the younger side, when he was still a unique acting talent for daring directors—before he became the caricature of his own caricature, before he dared to . . . steal the Declaration of Independence—the Cult Film Collective fills up the Trylon with a wonderful two-fer of early Cage classics. Grab a ticket to Wild at Heart, a wicked road film directed by David Lynch, and also Raising Arizona, the outlandish crime comedy that helped set the tone for many of the Coen brothers’ other works, it will be more economical and entertaining to just do both. Friday-Sunday, various times. $8 one film, $12 both.Curt Stanski

Trylon, 2820 E 33rd St , MPLS; trylon.org