Ghost Rider is just plain entertaining. Sure, it’s not great cinema. It isn’t going to garner any academy award nominations, but it is lots of fun and I appreciate it for that alone. I was able to relax for nearly two hours and escape my problems, empty my mind of negative thoughts, and enjoy being free of worry. It was heaven! For a bonus, I got to watch as good triumphed over evil once again. In my book, that is a good day.
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My only complaint in the whole movie is the way the costume department dressed Ms. Mendes. In her first shot with Cage she is dressed in a white shift that is so tight that it pulls across the bust and invites a stomach “pooch” where none exists on the actress’s body. Come on, guys. This is a beautiful woman who can actually act. She doesn’t need all the tricks of tight clothing and excess cleavage to make her stand out. She does that on her own. You cheapen her talent by dressing her that way.
Mendes also does a credible job in her role as Roxanne. The part isn’t Shakespeare. It isn’t meant to be. Roxanne is a sweet, uncomplicated, trusting young woman who merely wants the chance to finally get together with the love of her life. Still, when push comes to shove, she jumps in to defend her true love with conviction and moxy. What more can anyone want?
Mark Steve Johnson both wrote the screenplay and directed this movie which helped make for a seamless transition from paper to film. He pens a fabulous story with fascinating characters, awesome special effects, and staggering cinema photography awards. He puts it all together in such a marvelous way that the film is not only entertaining but inspiring as well.
Tip #1 Just get over the “I’m not good enough” stuff. I can’t tell you how many good designers do this to themselves. This kind of thinking just holds you back from being your brilliant self. Not only does “I’m not good enough” keep you from moving your business ahead, it also keeps customers away because your mindset is telling them that they can’t believe in you either. If you are having trouble believing in yourself you may just have to pretend – fake it till you make it – until you realize that it is actually true. You are a brilliant designer.
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