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Johnny Blaze (Nicolas Cage) was only a teenaged stunt biker when he sold his soul to the devil (Peter Fonda). Years later, Johnny is a world renowned daredevil by day, but at night, he becomes the Ghost Rider of Marvel Comics legend. The devil''s bounty hunter, he is charged with finding evil souls on earth and bringing them to hell. But when a twist of fate brings Johnny''s long-lost love (Eva Mendes) back into his life, Johnny realizes he just might have a second chance at happiness - if he can beat the devil and win back his soul. To do so he''ll have to defeat Blackheart (Wes Bentley), the devil''s nemesis and wayward son, whose plot to take over his father''s realm will bring hell on earth--unless Ghost Rider can stop him.

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Once intended as a feature for Johnny Depp, the long-germinating feature film adaptation of Marvel Comics'' cult title Ghost Rider stars Nicolas Cage as motorcyclist Johnny Blaze, who transforms into a skull-faced angel of vengeance to battle the forces of evil. Though perhaps a bit too mature for the role, Cage brings a degree of humor to the outrageous proceedings; he''s well matched by the Easy Rider himself Peter Fonda, amusingly cast as Mephistopheles, the demon with whom Blaze strikes a bargain to save his father, and in turn, causes his transformation into Ghost Rider. Wes Bentley is also fine as Blackheart, the rebellious offspring of Mephistopheles, and Blazes'' chief opponent in the film. They''re joined by a solid supporting cast which includes Donal Logue, Eva Mendes, and Sam Elliott, but their participation and a relentless barrage of CGI effects can''t hide the fact that the story itself, though largely faithful to its comic origins, is rife with clichéd characterizations and glum B-movie dialogue. Fans of the venerable title may cry foul over this adaptation (as they did over helmer Mark Steven Johnson''s previous comic-to-movie feature, Daredevil), but less stringent viewers may enjoy the fiery visuals and Cage''s typically quirky performance. -- Paul Gaita

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3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A flaming dungheap of a movie. The people behind this travesty deserve the Penance Stare.
Reviewed in the United States on October 11, 2018
BOTTOM LINE: Okay, so it WAS cool to finally see one of my comicbook faves on the big screen. Too bad the film itself is such a "close but no cigar" effort. Most everything that made Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider so cool & iconic in the first place is jettisoned and instead we... See more
BOTTOM LINE: Okay, so it WAS cool to finally see one of my comicbook faves on the big screen. Too bad the film itself is such a "close but no cigar" effort. Most everything that made Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider so cool & iconic in the first place is jettisoned and instead we get a wrong-headed attempt at a lighter tone for a film about one of comics'' darkest, most tortured anti-heroes. Stupid WTF crap like Blaze eating jellybeans from a brandy snifter. Huh?!? Not funny, not quirky, just STUPID. The only good thing about this film is that at least it isn''t as bad as the brain-dead sequel, but that''s hardly something to stand up and cheer about. You may be more forgiving, however this film was barely watchable for me and then ONLY because of the bits with the Ghost Rider himself. For undiscriminating comic fans only (and devil worshipers in need of a good laugh). A marginal 3 STARS, and frankly that’s being overly generous.

THOUGHTS: Instead of sticking to the classic origin of Johnny Blaze, writer/director Mark Johnson changes enough stuff to basically eff it all up. (For Pete''s sake, why not just keep the scope of the movie small and use issue #68 of the original comic as a roadmap for the film? Sheesh.) The acting is all over the map here, but most of it is just yuck. The majority of the actors are either wrongly cast, totally worthless or completely wasted. Nick Cage, (easily 10-15 years too old at this point, sporting a ridiculous-looking hairpiece that wouldn''t even fool Mr. Magoo), overacts like a spider monkey on crack; chewing more scenery than the shark in JAWS. Eva Mendez as Blaze''s love interest is undeniable as eye candy but has all the emotional depth and dramatic acting skills of, say, Shemp Howard. Peter Fonda is a motion picture icon and his involvement is a nice tip of the hat to acknowledge his iconic rebel/biker movie career, but he''s wasted in a part that could (and should) have been meatier and more involving. Instead, he shows up and you go "Ooooh! It''s the guy from EASY RIDER playing the Devil! Cool!" and then he''s gone. Sam Elliot is easily the best actor in this thing, bringing genuine gravitas to his role as Carter Slade, the original Wild West-era Ghost Rider, but he''s criminally under-used; his character popping up only occasionally to give cryptic advice to Blaze about what he has become and what''s expected of him. Wes Bentley is a joke as the satanic goth/emo badboy, Blackheart; about as scary as one of those bored guys who jumps out at you inside those corn maze things that pop up every Halloween. Speaking of the bad guys, they are all - without exception - really lame. Ghost Rider defeats each of them with practically no effort at all, so what was even the point?!? And GR himself has very little screen time at all for a film that''s supposed to be about him. The good part of this movie is that when he is on screen he is awesome; every bit as intimidating and savage as you''d expect. His hellfire bike is a great piece of cinematic imagery; a fantastic job of realizing one key aspect of what makes the Ghost Rider so iconic and badass. Watching him power down the road is a thrill but it hardly makes it worth sitting through the rest of this underwhelming mess. Too many dumb decisions on the director''s part. Keep in mind, this is the same inept clown who directed (or should I say misdirected) that horrid Ben Affleck DAREDEVIL movie. Johnson claims that GR is actually his favorite comic character and that he took the directing job for DAREDEVIL just so he could get the gig for GHOST RIDER. Yeah, whatever. Thank God for the FF>> and chapter skip buttons or I''d never re-watch this. There are some truly great movies out there based on comicbook characters. This isn''t one of them.

THE BLU-RAY: A decent if unspectacular hi-def offering from Columbia. The film is in its proper aspect ratio and looks & sounds good. No artifacting, pixelation, edge enhancement and little crush (video noise) except in some of the murkier nighttime scenes. The CGI is okay for the most part but several shots definitely show their age and do not hold up well. Audio is crisp and clear. Bonus content is limited to a pair of audio commentary tracks and a 2-part ''making of'' piece. If you feel the need to own this movie then do yourself a favor and buy it used to save a few dollars, and offset the bad taste much of this film leaves after viewing.
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joel wing
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Didn''t live up to its potential because the villain wasn''t that great
Reviewed in the United States on August 30, 2020
Ghost Rider was a pre-Marvel Cinematic Universe release which Nicholas Cage starred in and helped get made. It features Johnny Blaze (Cage) being transformed into the Ghost Rider by Mephistopheles (Peter Fonda) to fight his son Blackheart (Wes Bentley) who sought to usurp... See more
Ghost Rider was a pre-Marvel Cinematic Universe release which Nicholas Cage starred in and helped get made. It features Johnny Blaze (Cage) being transformed into the Ghost Rider by Mephistopheles (Peter Fonda) to fight his son Blackheart (Wes Bentley) who sought to usurp his father. It’s a paradox because a good man, Blaze, is working for the Devil to make evil people pay for their sins.

The movie did a good job with the Ghost Rider and the related effects. The first time he appears he sets on fire all the cars and billboards as he rides past. He wields a burning chain which sends people to hell.

The problem with the film was that Blackheart simply wasn’t that bad of a villain and didn’t even really play a large part in the story until the very end. Without a good bad guy superhero films don’t really work.

That doesn’t mean Ghost Rider is bad, it just didn’t live up to its potential.
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1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Terrible Acting, Worse Script
Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2021
I''ll get right to the point. This is one of the worst movies I''ve ever seen. The subpar acting in this movie made it nearly unbearable to sit through, and at times I had to ask myself if it was really worth finishing. Nick Cage was 15 years too old for this role and despite... See more
I''ll get right to the point. This is one of the worst movies I''ve ever seen. The subpar acting in this movie made it nearly unbearable to sit through, and at times I had to ask myself if it was really worth finishing. Nick Cage was 15 years too old for this role and despite his best efforts to take on the character of Ghost Rider, he completely missed the mark. His lines sounded forced, he was too serious in light spots and too light in serious spots. Why he was even thought of for this role is beyond me. If only he were the sole bad actor in this film though. With the exception of Sam Elliott, it seemed like every actor was still reading off of scripts for the final cut, and nobody knew how to show realistic emotions.

The script didn''t help the actors one bit though. It was full of what were supposed to be funny one-liners that completely fell flat, as well as characters that were about as deep as a puddle. It''s almost as if the writers ran out of time to finish the script so they just ran with whatever half-baked ideas they had come up with and sprinkled on a bunch of obvious and predicable lines that don''t add to the dialogue whatsoever.

All-in-all, a terrible waste of money. Even if you enjoy Marvel movies (yes, I know this isn''t part of the MCU), this movie doesn''t hold a candle to other Marvel or even DC movies. I would not recommend wasting any time and/or money on this movie.
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Corey Rice
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not good.
Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2020
I wanted to turn it off probably 15-20 min in, it started off that badly. I just finished watching it, and I don''t know why most of that early material was even there. The movie had a few moments. The acting wasn''t awesome, but the script is what really dooms the movie. I... See more
I wanted to turn it off probably 15-20 min in, it started off that badly. I just finished watching it, and I don''t know why most of that early material was even there. The movie had a few moments. The acting wasn''t awesome, but the script is what really dooms the movie. I had seen it once 10+ years ago, and I mostly stuck around to finish it this time because I couldn''t really remember how it ended. And because I''m about to listen to the Cinephobe podcast to hear them skewer this movie.
Not good. Only watch if you''re on a mission to watch every comic book movie ever.
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Bipo
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Awesome Movie
Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2017
Cool movie, despite having lots of fire in it.Nicholas Cage does a great job as Ghost Rider. Cool special effects. I love when he transforms into the rider, it reminds me of goku transforming into a super saiyan, which is always a bonus. Superhero movies at the time this... See more
Cool movie, despite having lots of fire in it.Nicholas Cage does a great job as Ghost Rider. Cool special effects. I love when he transforms into the rider, it reminds me of goku transforming into a super saiyan, which is always a bonus. Superhero movies at the time this came out were much more basic than today''s, but they are almost better that way. No complicated massive on going stories, only a few characters involved and only a few action scenes. This is definitely a good movie though.
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J. West
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
"You Got Flaming Fire On Your Skeleton Head!"
Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2021
I thought I could upgrade this to blu-ray. And the picture and sound is a lot better. I''ve been always reading graphic novels of Ghost Rider and this film is just as realistic on the comics. I like the part when ghost rider points out to the thug as he sees his own sin... See more
I thought I could upgrade this to blu-ray. And the picture and sound is a lot better. I''ve been always reading graphic novels of Ghost Rider and this film is just as realistic on the comics. I like the part when ghost rider points out to the thug as he sees his own sin locked in his eyes. And when he flips the bird at the cops. Great performances and roles by Nicolas Cage, Eva Mendes, Sam Elliott, Wes Bentley & Peter Fonda. I recommend it to all marvel fans.
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FoxMan2099
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Visually Fun but Lacking in Some Areas
Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2010
Visually, I think the director and film crew did the best they possibly could have done with its special effects with a relatively medium-sized budget. Many scenes, however, are too tight, lack space, and lack variety (meaning viewers don''t get a variety of viewpoints,... See more
Visually, I think the director and film crew did the best they possibly could have done with its special effects with a relatively medium-sized budget. Many scenes, however, are too tight, lack space, and lack variety (meaning viewers don''t get a variety of viewpoints, angles, and perspectives).

As for plot, it was a bit thin. It progresses linearly to the big, blow-up climax, but there are no interesting turns or twists.

Character development: It starts out okay as we see Ghost Rider''s origin, but the titular character is the only one that is even slightly developed. The villains are extremely underdeveloped, which makes the conflicts quite meaningless. The love interest part of the movie is heavy handed and quite forced.

The acting is pretty lame. The guy who plays the Devil did a good job, but the rest were stiff and unrehearsed. I believe Nick Cage has done great in some movies (City of Angels, National Treasure), but not this one.

Ghost Rider does have a certain "cool" factor about it. Here I''m referring to motorcycles, stunts, leather jackets, the open road, an awesome flaming bike, and those sorts of things.

My overall impression of this movie is that it lacks depth, acting, and visual atmosphere. The special effects and the "cool" factor, however, make it watchable and even enjoyable. I give it 2 out of 5 stars based on those two factors alone. It''s probably not fair, though, that I do this review after having seen Iron Man, the newer Batman movies, & even Watchmen. Comic Movies have evolved, as well as their budgets.
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C. Hill
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Entertaining - Recommended
Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2012
"Ghost Rider" is an enjoyable big screen adaptation of the Marvel Ghost Rider comic that works on most levels. We wanted to see this before heading out to see the new movie, and I am glad for the revist. No plot spoilers from me: The story starts following Johnny... See more
"Ghost Rider" is an enjoyable big screen adaptation of the Marvel Ghost Rider comic that works on most levels. We wanted to see this before heading out to see the new movie, and I am glad for the revist.

No plot spoilers from me: The story starts following Johnny Blaze as a young motorcycle stunt rider that makes a deal with the devil. Like most deals of this type, even when made with the best of intentions, it doesn''t work out like Johnny plans. Years later the devil come calling to collect on his debt and that is when things get interesting. As Johnny becomes the "Ghost Rider", he discovers that he has more free will than one might expect for "The Devil''s Bounty Hunter".

The casting is fairly good, even with a slightly older than he should be Nicholas Cage in the lead, but it works. I really enjoyed Eva Mendes as Roxanne, Johnny''s girlfriend, and Sam Elliott as an unexpected mentor. Peter Fonda also is believable as the devil. The special effects are also fairly good and help carry the movie through the slower parts.

I enjoyed this a lot, especially for a comic book based movie.

Recommended!

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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Highly enteraining in deed..
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 4, 2021
ive seen this film again & again over the years.. Its one you can keep watching.. A tad of humor but a serious storyline.. Action packed with full on effects.. Well cut (edited) and effects are on point.. Well directed.. Good acting.. If you like motor bikes you will dig it...See more
ive seen this film again & again over the years.. Its one you can keep watching.. A tad of humor but a serious storyline.. Action packed with full on effects.. Well cut (edited) and effects are on point.. Well directed.. Good acting.. If you like motor bikes you will dig it & if you don''t you will be on the edge of the sofa off & on.. A bit of pop corn, heating on, a pair of slippers & entertainment is complete.. In regards to family viewing it is not a crime for a 12 year old to watch as it is not bloody but an 8 year old that suffered from nightmares might not want to watch it since there''s devil talk & few unfriendly looking charactors.. 😁 I would highly reccommend the film and some may come to the conclusion that peace is more valuable than stardom and wealth.. Others may learn not to make emotion based decisions from it.. Its one of those films where the unexpected takes place & you dont need a part 2 but wouln''t say no to a part 2 or 3.. Yes quite reccommendable..
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jcmacc
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Critically mauled but fun horror/super-hero
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 18, 2018
Review of the Extended Cut Blu-ray edition A horror/super-hero movie of the demonic Ghost Rider from the Marvel comics - with its tongue rammed firmly in its cheek and a trademark manic Nic Cage performance. Great support from the likes of Peter Fonda and Sam Elliot. The...See more
Review of the Extended Cut Blu-ray edition A horror/super-hero movie of the demonic Ghost Rider from the Marvel comics - with its tongue rammed firmly in its cheek and a trademark manic Nic Cage performance. Great support from the likes of Peter Fonda and Sam Elliot. The special effects are very solid for a medium-budget movie. The film was critically mauled on release, but is definitely enjoyable stuff approached with an expectation of fun rather than anything profound. The Blu-ray picture quality is excellent - sharp and colourful where it needs to be. Also decent extras with 2 commentary tracks, trailers and a 90 minute making-of split into 3 parts
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Mal
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fun ride to hell and back
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 7, 2015
Excellent film , It really has everything , Over the top storytelling , A cowboy , Great fantasy characters , Motorcycles , Stunts , Tongue in cheek love story , Funny one liners , Eva mendes , OK the film story is not a deep and emotional masterpiece of cinema history but...See more
Excellent film , It really has everything , Over the top storytelling , A cowboy , Great fantasy characters , Motorcycles , Stunts , Tongue in cheek love story , Funny one liners , Eva mendes , OK the film story is not a deep and emotional masterpiece of cinema history but it really is a fun and engaging film from start to finish. The acting also I thought was really good , Nicolas cage was actually a great character choice and at first he seems the last person you would expect to be playing a daredevil motorcyclist but his middle ground easy going attitude suits the role perfectly as evel , Also most of the characters do their jobs justice , The devil is suitably evil in a genuinely creepy way , The bad guys are given unique and dark overworldly powers and again are genuinely evil and believable , The special effects also do the film justice and used to good effect rather than being overly ridiculous and pointless. It really is a great film and one of the most enjoyable action fantasy films I''ve seen this side of the millennium , Great watch.
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The Duncan
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Burning Rubber
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 1, 2014
If you like Nicholas Cage, you will like this film. However, the film has a great deal other than his presence to recommend it. I had never heard of the Ghost Rider before so was unaware that it is based on a Marvel comic and as I like all the other Marvel film versions, I...See more
If you like Nicholas Cage, you will like this film. However, the film has a great deal other than his presence to recommend it. I had never heard of the Ghost Rider before so was unaware that it is based on a Marvel comic and as I like all the other Marvel film versions, I thought it would be a safe bet I would like this too. It is easily as good as some of its stable-mates and Mr Cage does do an excellent job of the main character but the story is also very interesting as it has a supernatural content relating to the reason for the Ghost Rider''s existence (trying to avoid spoilers here!). The Ghost Rider himself is very well realised with nice touches such as how the outfit transforms with the studs and chains, the bike itself(!), a short ride up the side of a building and other special effects which are as well realised as you would expect in a 21st Century film. This film was a lot of fun to watch, kept moving well throughout, some very nice set pieces and a satisfying ending. Shame the Devil and buy this film! Just don''t sign anything when you do .....
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Flashes of smartness bogged down by poor villains.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 2, 2011
Delayed by almost a year and coming from the director of Daredevil, Ghost Rider was given the death knell by many before even having seen it. Into the equation is that it stars Nicolas Cage, a man whose star has dimmed so badly it''s as if Leaving Las Vegas had never been...See more
Delayed by almost a year and coming from the director of Daredevil, Ghost Rider was given the death knell by many before even having seen it. Into the equation is that it stars Nicolas Cage, a man whose star has dimmed so badly it''s as if Leaving Las Vegas had never been made, Ghost Rider it seems......... had to stink? Stunt motor cycle rider Johnny Blaze sells his soul to Mesphistopheles in exchange for his Fathers good health. Some time later the demon Blackheart comes to Earth wreaking havoc and Blaze is summoned by Mephistopheles to stop him, only Blaze is transformed into the Ghost Rider, a bike riding, chain slinging spirit of vengeance. Ghost Rider is a fun film that sadly is not without flaws, but the comic touches and all round sense of fun, however, should not be understated, so much so that if people go into it with the expectation of a light and breezy comic book picture, then there is enjoyment to be had. The character of Blaze/Ghost Rider is wonderful in the extreme, Blaze doesn''t drink alcohol, he instead drinks jellybeans out of a glass. He listens to The Carpenters and gets much amusement from watching chimps doing karate, this is a man who on his motorbike leaps the length of a football field over rotor whirling helicopters! Then Blaze becomes Ghost Rider, a maniacal mass of flame and one liners, an odd character when one thinks he works for the devil and makes his mantra one of striking down evildoers! And it''s with that cheeky daftness that one needs to view this movie. Nicolas Cage actively sought out the role of Blaze due to his immense love of the source, and there is no denying that he puts guts and kudos into the portrayal. He perfectly camps the comic book nature of Blaze, whilst revelling in the devil may care side of the Ghost Rider persona. However, Cage is the only one who can come out of the picture with any credit, female love interest falls in the hands of Eva Mendes, perhaps her Roxanne Simpson character is a little underwritten, but her screen presence is more annoying than memorable. Peter Fonda is very poor as Mephistopheles, about as scary as someone making Easy Rider 2, yet compared to Wes Bentley, Fonda looks like Oscar gold. Bentley is Blackheart, and he struggles with delivery and any sort of nasty aura in which to breath life into a potential bad guy to savour, and as for his cohort minions? The less said the better I think. It''s a shame the villains are so poor because there is a lot of care and attention here from Cage and director Mark Steven Johnson, both men whom are clearly in love with the source material. Ghost Rider is certainly a fun experience, and it scrubs up well on Blu-ray, but you may want to repeatedly punch the casting director in the face come the end of the picture. 6.5/10
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