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Ghost Rider (2007)
USA / English
"His Curse Will Become His Power "
Based on the Marvel character, stunt motorcyclist Johnny Blaze gives up his soul to become a hellblazing vigilante, to fight against power hungry Blackheart, the son of the devil himself.
Lawrence Cameron Steele X Games Announcer (as Cameron Steele)
Matt Norman Team Blaze #4
Marcus Jones Team Blaze #3
Hugh Sexton Team Blaze #2
Tony Ghosthawk Team Blaze #1
Donal Logue Mack
Nicolas Cage Johnny Blaze
Brett Cullen Barton Blaze
Peter Fonda Mephistopheles
Raquel Alessi Young Roxanne Simpson
Matt Long Young Johnny Blaze
Wes Bentley Blackheart
Eddie Baroo Motorcycle Gang Member
Jessica Napier Broken Spoke Waitress
Laurence Breuls Gressil
Daniel Frederiksen Wallow
Mathew Wilkinson Abigor
Kirstie Hutton Amy Page
Eva Mendes Roxanne Simpson
Gibson Nolte Stuart
Ryan Johnson Waiter
Jonathan Oldham Motorcycle Cop (as Jonathon Oldham)
Peter Callan Station Master
Rebel Wilson Girl in Alley
Peter Barry The Mugger
Bruce Hughes Penance Stare Pharmacist
Rita Kalnejais Penance Stare Mugger’s Girlfriend
Sam Elliott Caretaker
David Roberts Captain Dolan
Arthur Angel Officer Edwards
Jason Raftopoulos Forensics Inspector
Brett Swain Guard
Duncan Young Skinhead
Joel Tobeck Redneck
Jacob Vanderpuije Innocent Young Man
Fabio Robles Priest
Marty Fields Surveillance Guard
Troy Planet Impound Worker
Charlie Garber Officer Mackie
Vittorio Scalise Window Cleaner
Richard Ian Cox Helicopter Pilot (as Richard Cox)
Ling Hsueh Tang News Reporter (as Ling-Hsueh Tang)
Estefanie Sousa Street Person
Director: Mark Steven Johnson
Producer: Avi Arad,Michael De Luca,Gary Foster,Steven Paul
Writer: Mark Steven Johnson,Mark Steven Johnson
Awesome flick if you like some cheesy fun
First off, I'd like to say that I really enjoyed this movie. I have read a lot of the bad hype that the flick has receieved, and I believe that this is partly due to the fact that people go into these types of movies expecting amazing advances in cinematography as well as a gripping and dramatic plot. Well, I hate to burst everybody's bubble, but that is really not the purpose of this type of movie. These bad reviews make me wonder just how serious you have to be (or just how snobby a critic) going into the theater to hate this type of movie making.

Far be it from me to say that this movie was perfect. It had its flaws and there were times when I found myself snickering at the silliness of it all, but that to me is good entertainment. The scenes where Cage turned into ghost rider for the first time were fairly intense, and I found myself marveling at the coolness of his transformation and powers. I also enjoyed the battle scenes including one involving ghost rider and a helicopter (I won't tell you what happens there, but it is pretty amusing). I also felt that the movie was pretty well-acted overall, and the entire flick maintained an aura of fun throughout (which I believe was the main purpose of the whole thing) while flowing smoothly through a simple plot.

If you are the type of person to over-analyze plots, scrutinize special effects, whine about some cheesy acting or if you get offended when a movie doesn't have a deep and philosophical meaning behind it, this is definitely not a movie you should waste your time or money on.

If, however, you are the type of person who enjoys some good laughs, some over the top (and at times cheesy) comic book acting, cool battle scenes, action and adventure, or if you simply just like to see some guy with a flaming skull, this is worth the 8 bucks to get into a theater seat.

Seen it:Ja
Nr of disks/tapes:1
Storage device:Divx 5
Imdb rating: 5.4
Musician: Christopher Young
Running time: 114 min / 123 min (extended cut)
Subtitles: Svenska
Audio tracks: Stereo [Swedish]
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Last modified: 2008-01-02 13:09:38