Saturday, February 18, 2012

Movie Trailer & Review : Ghost Rider - Spirit of Vengeance

Since the break with the fist Crankmovie directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, difficulty finding another niche that suits them well, as a tough player and even less successful Crank 2, has shown how this. Their team with Nicolas Cage in Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance seems ideal on paper, the match-up with a fearless player directors completely crazy, all ready and willing to give fans a no-holds-barred movie Ghost Rider their first loss time around. But nothing is held back, and, sarcastic tongue-in-cheek tone that made the whole story almost meaningless, it's a terrible trio to make a movie that claims to be bold and exciting, but before spitting and the gap is not hard to dig on.

Cage, like a god, is fully committed to a dual role as Johnny Blaze, a motorcycle stuntman and former Ghost Rider, a fire creature, a vulnerability when a demon living inside him. With almost no interest in connecting the previous film, the revenge begins with a quick intro wonderful character animation, then give Johnny a shot of redemption when the Algerian monk who loves wine (Idris Elba) offers him an exorcism in exchange for helping rescue a mysterious boy. Children, of course, who came behind him with a mother's smoking hot (Violante Placido), apparently being pursued by the same criminals who go after the island of Elba in the beginning of the film, and they all linked back to him, aka the devil himself, played by Ciaran Hinds with the expression melancholy that makes him look eerily like the ending of Robert de Niro. This movie throws Ciaran Hinds as Satan, but only in some of his scenes - this is clearly right that something is wrong.

Avoid large meals before going into this film, because the camera incorporates the opening action sequence Neveldine & Taylor brand bidding war with the native 3D effects that will make your stomach churn. Their camera tower, which includes the following motorcycles on-line skates and bundling action director of the same cable as a player, still apply, but there is no compensation for 3D disorienting effect, make the first action scene is almost impossible to follow, and everything that comes after a little too efficient.

Neveldine and Taylor have not packed their style at all for 3D plot or the film, which relies heavily on the mystical story, surrogate father-son relationship and Johnny Blaze wants to get rid of this evil if people want just the opposite. Tone of the movie take all this seriously, and Cage cut loose with such abandon kitsch when it should not worry that even Johnny Blaze seem to get what is going on everywhere. Ghost Rider movie is just an excuse for such a stupid action, but the spirit of revenge plot hard to rely on weak and often lose momentum ridiculous. This film is the director and star are to try and not run it in an entirely different direction.

Fans of the Ghost Rider comic books see the spirit of revenge and was relieved to find a version of a powerful, crazy characters, but there really is here for anyone else, but some good effects and Idris Elba is amazing, consistently funny French accent - how he likes to say "von Spee-laugh-Jonce" Internet meme worthy of immortality. Neveldine and Taylor caught lightning in a bottle once, but chalk this as another failed attempt to repeat the trick.

Distributor: Columbia Pictures
Release Date:  2012-02-17
Starring: Nicolas Cage, Ciaran Hinds, Idris Elba
Directed by: Mark Neveldine, Brian Taylor
Produced by: Ashok Amritraj, Ari Arad, Michael De Luca, Steven Paul
Written by: Scott M. Gimple, Seth Hoffman

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