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Times of India
Johnny Blaze continues to hide in Eastern Europe. A secret sect of the church wants him to save a boy from the shackles of the devil. Can Blaze once again make the good win over evil, specially now that he is reluctant to use his power?
Boy oh boy! The Ghost Rider (Johnny Blaze/Nicolas Cage) is back... this time to set the screen ablaze, literally! There's more action, more speed runs, more bombing, more hi-tech equipment (sulphur guns and bombs), more biking craze, more screaming, more pacts with the devil, more good versus evil wars, more special effects 3D style... and much more Nicolas Cage. Yes, watch your Johnny blaze the screen with more adrenaline-fuelled stunts, moments and ideas. Don't miss out the add on: The man who does not want to live in fear this time comes with a sense of humour. Case in point: He shows us how a guy could possibly ease himself when on fire!
Johnny Blaze is still coping with his curse as the devil's hunter. All he wants is to get rid of the tag for which he is ready to pay any price. In this case, it's protecting Satan's human son, Danny (Fergus Riordan), from the devil, Roarke (Ciaran Hinds). Now, he does save the kido (no prizes for guessing that!)... but at what cost?
Back to Nicolas. When he promised to be back with the spirit of vengeance in the prequel, little did we know that this time he would be 'fighting fire with fire'. Watch out for moments when he dons the avatar of the Ghost Rider over... and over again. Not to say this Rider is low on the EQ. He still can't get over how he failed to be a good son to a great father. So much so, he is even ready to attain nirvana by giving up on what makes him the man of the moment -- fire power.
Just one word: Though Nicolas does keep the legend (read promise to keep all ghost riders out there entertained) going, one does miss a couple of things. The typical punch lines (Remember the good old 'you-cannot-live-in-fear'?), the cool Ghost Rider (Remember Nicolas worried if his biking suit fit him well? Here, he is more on the irritated and angry side). And above all, Eva Mendes (as Roxanne Simpson) who brought in that extra humane touch. But then, we are just not complaining.