Former stuntman and bounty hunter of rogue demons Johnny Blaze has been living in self-imposed exile, believing that his powers are a curse. But when he is approached by a member of a monastic order who is looking for someone to protect a mother and her son, who are being pursued by the devil in the figure of a man named Roarke, the Ghost Rider takes the case.
I wasn’t able to watch the first Ghost Rider movie and so I was afraid I might not understand this second movie, but i’m thankful and was informed that Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance has nothing to do with the first movie. Frankly, i’m not a fan of dark and gory movies; i’m the rom-com and drama type of person. What I like about action movies, would be the of course the execution of the action itself and effects if ever they have one. The film, presented minimal action but I’d have to say they are consistent on the effects of the Ghost Rider, it’s amazing to watch a guy’s head, skull actually, burning all the time. It was Nicolas Cage lunatic acting also that made this movie interesting to watch. A lot of people actually commented that he acted better in this movie, though I find the script very weak and the story quite simple for an action film. People expect a lot if you are going to make a Marvel Comic into a movie, and this film didn’t quite meet a lot of that expectation.
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance is still showing in your favourite theatres.