In the successor to the worldwide hit "Ghost Rider", Johnny still struggling with his curse as the devil's bounty hunter is hiding out in a remote part of Eastern Europe when he is recruited by a secret sect of the church to save a young boy from the devil. At first, Johnny is reluctant to embrace the power of the Ghost Rider, but it is the only way to protect the boy and possibly rid himself of the curse forever. In 3D at select locations.
We may never know the truth behind the scenes of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, but it probably goes something like this: The mad directorial wizards behind the Crank films, Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, receive the script for the film and almost immediately throw up their hands in defeat. The script, written and re-written by the hands of David S. Goyer, Seth Hoffman, and Scott M. Gimple, is actively uninteresting. A boy — let's call him MacGuffin — is on the run from some bad men. Those bad men are led by Roarke (Ciarán Hinds), a.k.a. The Devil in human form. The church wants to protect MacGuffin, so they send Moreau (Idris Elba) to find the Ghost Rider, Johnny Blaze (Nicolas Cage, of course). For some reason, the only one who can save this boy... Read Review