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Though largely reviled by critics, Ghost Rider performed well enough during its theatrical run to warrant this deluxe edition DVD, which adds nine more minutes to the feature and includes a wealth of extras that cover its production, as well as the Marvel Comics character's history. The deleted footage is a mix of throwaway detail (reporter/love interest Eva Mendes' investigation into the Ghost Rider's identity gets more screen time) and interesting character wrinkles (the reason behind Johnny Blaze's deal with Mephistopheles has a less-than-honorable side) that help in part to give the film some dramatic heft. But these will have less cache with viewers and fans of the film than the supplemental features, which cover the making of the film in broad but interesting detail. Two commentaries are provided, one from director Mark Steven Johnson and visual effects supervision Kevin Mack, and the other by producer Gary Foster; both are informative, but those with a taste for the technical side of moviemaking will find the former more valuable, as both men cover the production intricacies at length. The making-of featurette "Spirit of Vengeance" is actually three 30-minute documentaries which include interviews with the cast, production tidbits, and a eyebrow-raising bit of Nicolas Cage working through his own process of "becoming" the Ghost Rider (those that consider Cage an amusing eccentric will find these clips most enjoyable). A gallery of animatics show how certain scenes evolved from production sketch to finished special effect, but the most intriguing extra is "Sin and Salvation," a four-part documentary that traces Ghost Rider's comic book incarnation from his origin in the 1970s to the revivals and revisions of the '90s and 2000s. For longtime GR fans, this may be the most valuable extra, as it gives an excellent overview of the character, and serves as a reminder of what made him such a cult hit to those who may have been disappointed by this big-screen version. -- Paul Gaita
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Love Nickolas cage this movie great movie watch it with popcorn have fun. Sign KathyPublished 16 days ago by Kathy Schaefer
Fun to watch. Good effects, including motorcycle effects. I like NIcolas Cage (great in Moonstruck), but I'm not sure he was right for this role.Published 26 days ago by Dan88pfm
One of a kind movie that is very interesting.motorcycle rider and bike that flames while riding going after bad people.Published 1 month ago by Larry W. Webber
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Its unrated because it has extra content that was not sent through the MPAA so by default it received an unrated.
Jan 9, 2008 by D. Fox | See all 3 posts
|Worth buying the 2 disc edition??||
Heck yes, it is most definitely worth getting the extended edition. Many of the scenes that were laughable are cut down to the point where they are acceptable, and many scenes that I think should never have been taken out are left in. You get a lot more background on Johny Blaze, there is more... Read More
Mar 26, 2008 by Valczir | See all 2 posts
|Are Both Versions on this Disc?||
No, the theatrical cut is available seperately. The extended cut will have 15 mins. of footage edited back into the film (info from thedigitalbits.com).
Apr 12, 2007 by A. Frerichs | See all 4 posts
|Any extra features on blu ray?||
Yes. It has and same like the extended dvd. Only one extra not on blu-ray : Sin & Salvation:Featurettes Chronicling 40 years of Ghost Rider Comic Book History.
Dec 31, 2009 by Mohd Faisal | See all 2 posts
yes. it clearly states on the case extended cut. i'm pre-ordering it now. missed it in the cinemas. the game rocks.
May 7, 2007 by Perry | See all 2 posts
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