Ghost Rider (2007)
Director: Mark Steven Johnson
Screenwriter: Mark Steven Johnson
Cast: Nicolas Cage, Eva Mendes, Peter Fonda, Sam Elliott, Wes Bentley
Region: USA / Australia
Released: 2007-06-02 (Mainland China) / 2007-02-16 (USA)
Series:  Soul Chariot
Length: 114 minutes / 123 minutes (extended version)
Also known as: Ghost Rider (Hong Kong) / Ghost Rider (Taiwan) / Ghost Rider / Ghost Rider / Ghost Rider
Rating: IMDB 5.2 / Rotten Tomatoes 27%
Johnny Blazer (Nicolas Cage), a motorcycle superstar, makes a pact with the demon Mephisto when he discovers his father has cancer. He himself transforms into a ghost Rider to serve the demons. Johnny, who obeys the devil’s request, is a star-studded superstar during the day; at night, he is dressed in leather, his body turns into a skeleton, and he wears a war robe full of spikes. He drives a motorcycle and hunts down those vicious people for the devil. But Johnny gradually discovered that the biggest demon was Mephisto, and he began to walk between justice and evil. His love interest, Roxy Anne (Eva Mendes), emboldened Johnny to make a decision in his mind.
“Ghost Rider” is a 2007 supernatural superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. The film was directed by Mark Steven Johnson and stars Nicolas Cage, Eva Mendes, and Wes Bentley.
The story follows Johnny Blaze (played by Nicolas Cage), a stuntman who makes a deal with the devil and becomes the Ghost Rider, a demon with supernatural powers. As the Ghost Rider, Blaze is tasked with hunting down rogue demons and sending them back to Hell.
The film received mixed reviews, with criticism focused on the script and the performances, particularly from Cage. However, the film was a commercial success, grossing over $228 million worldwide. It spawned a sequel in 2012, “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.”