Ghost Rider Spirit of Vengeance Review

Ok so Ghost Rider Spirit of Vengeance is now in the dollar theatre and that's why I finally went to go see it. That was a waste of time, money, and a huge mistake. This is easily the worst comic book movie ever made and is one of the worst movies I have ever seen. By the first two minutes I knew this movie was going to be crap due to the shoddy camera work, cheesy lines, confusing plot that had no explanation until later in the movie. I can get over the fact that this doesn't follow the source material as most movies don't but I could not get over how they completely obliterated the Ghost Rider mythos and character by making up their own garbage back story for him. They tried to tell this retelling of his origin and other parts through horrible dark motion comic book segments. Because this isn't a sequel what they tried to do was a "do-over" but it was just confusing since they used the greatest over-actor of all time, Nicholas Cage. Nicholas Cage was a bad choice in the last film so it wasn't any different this time but he felt more fitting in this second rate b-movie even though it was trying to be a big hitter. I don't know if Nicholas Cage purposely does these movies that require him to over-act or if people cast him just so they can get him to over-act but either way that's exactly what he does in this movie and it's hilarious but not because it's good or supposed to be but because it's godawful like the rest of this movie. The only semi-good thing about this was that Ghost Riders powers were a lot more hardcore. The plot was about a kid who is the Antichrist and the devil is trying to take over his body so Ghost Rider has to stop him. I could go on and on about why this movie is crap but I think that instead of rambling on and on I'll just tell you that the cinematography, acting, plot, story, direction was all garbage. So if you don't get what I'm saying I'll just come out and say it, its a big effin pile of PASS. Don't bother wasting your time or money.


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