A motorcycle stuntman makes a pact with a dark force, selling his soul to save his girlfriend. When the bargain goes sour and the girl isn't saved, he is transformed, gaining raging superpowers. View more >
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It was a good movie, a little humor at times and a little lame at times but overall OK.
"Ghost Rider" is another comic book adaption going to the big screen. With the sucess of "Heroes," we're going to see more comic book superheroes going to the big screen. Nicholas Cage did very well as Johnny Blaze, who can change into the Ghost Rider at night. "Ghost Rider" made in debut in Marvel Comices in 1972. I know, I read comic books from 1972-1987. The film is ok. I love the way Ghost Rider ride though town in his bike cause mass destruction. I call this film a joy ride.
As a popcorn movie, this is a "see now". Even as a serious film, it's still very good.
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