Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
Nicolas Cage reprises his role as Johnny Blaze. Johnny is still struggling with his curse as the devil's bounty hunter – but he may risk everything as he teams up with the leader of a group of... View more >
intense sequences of action and violence, some disturbing images, and language
Starring Nicolas Cage, Idris Elba, Ciarán Hinds... View more >
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I cannot tell a lie, this movie was plain terrible. The first Ghost Rider made way more sense than this follow up. The story line was really weak especially concerning cage's female lead. The motorcycle wasn't custom. When the ghost rider would appear he'd do these weird head swaying motions that didn't make any sense and made him look like he was medicated or ready to pass out.
Don't get me wrong, I went to this movie with high hopes but what I got was a boring, confusing movie that lacked continuity and left me checking my watch a lot to see how long til movie end. BUMMER city all round!
The only thing good about this movie was some of the previews for new movies coming soon.
3-D effect was a poor try, along with the acting and story line.
This movie dosen't even compare in quality to the first.
I expected a much better movie as I like Nicolas Cage, but this was not one of his good performances. It was disjointed, rambled on, and by the end of 30 minutes I was ready to leave the theater! I only stayed because the friend I was with wanted to see it. A waste of time and money.
I saw the foirst Ghost Rider movie from 2007 and I had fun with the movie. In the secondf Ghost rider movie, a the fun thgat I had in the first movie were taken off the table. Nicholas Cage has reduced his Ghost Rider character to a self-parody of himself. All he does is going down thge road making facial expressions. Not scary or funny. Just plain bad. In the second film, Ghost Rider comes to the aid of a mother and her son to protect them from bad peoiple who are chasing them. The villains aren't credible either. One villain who has the power to tuyrn things and people to dust isn't fun to watch. If that villain had fun with his villain, then I would lkike him a lot more. The other villain just stands terns making mean expression. There's very little to like about this movie. I think this moivie sxeries has hit a speed bump.
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