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Johnny Blaze, a man who made a deal with the Devil who called himself Roarke at the time, is on the run trying to make sure no-one is harmed by his alter ego, The Ghost Rider. He is approached by a Monk named Moreau who tells him that he can help be him free of the Rider, but first, he needs Johnnys help to protect a boy, whom Roarke has plans for.
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Schuriken (20 May 2013)
A few years back I saw my first scary face video on youtube. I neverthought they would still pull off movies based on that. GR is wearing a plain leather jacket, no spikes, no chain wrap aroundhis body, no white skull. They even changed the flames colour to neonblue at some point.GR doesn't have a penance stare any more and nothing happens to hisvictims when he stares at them (?). Also I noticed a couple of out ofsync sound/visual scenes in there somewhere.GR has a black charcoal skull which is not bad it kinda fits in withthe black smoke and flames profile they have given to the new GR.GR scary faces while in trans mode are really funny and Cage is overacting the crazy guy changing into a flaming monster character. Allscenes are very complicated and give the movie a visual boost but notany atmosphere.GR rides a Yamaha and not the classic US custom bike. The bike looksgood I wonder what will they choose for the next bike, I hope not thesame Yamaha model.There is no big boss final battle, GR is just throwing his creator intoa hellfire hole with the help of a possessed kid. And that's it. Whathappened to all the colorful enemies GR has in the comic books ??Overall I'm getting the B-Movie feeling all over this and theChristopher Lambert appearance at the end destroyed it. I thought I waswatching another Highlander TV show or something.I hope they choose another actor for GR next time and just try to putsome kind of atmosphere in there without all these computer fakescenes. GR movies need a good photography concept and sound to get noticed bythe old fans like the frank miller movies. Otherwise it is just a matchbetween who makes the best cgi movies.
jerekra (19 May 2013)
Going into seeing Ghost Rider I did not have much expectations for thisfilm. I thought the first Ghost Rider film was OK, not great nor badeither. So at the very least I felt that this film would possibly belike the first Ghost Rider film in that regard. I was actually quitewrong.If fact, I came out of this film feeling that this film made the firstGhost Rider film look like a good movie.Spirit of Vengeance is very confusing. That was the main issue for me.I had very little idea just what was going on and was lost prettyquickly. The story was old and boring and did not do anything to makeme feel like caring about the film or any of the characters in it.Nicolas Cage is annoying as Johny Blaze again, I think probably not asannoying as in the first film but pretty close. Its hard for me to getinto a film with a protagonist who is not someone that I can cheer for.I did like the look for Ghost Rider tho. He looked pretty cool. A fewof the action scenes are OK too. But I don't think that it did nearlyenough to make this movie one that I can recommend seeing. So I do notrecommend this film.
lucho_kb (16 May 2013)
Mark Steven Johnson destroyed two very interesting Marvel characterslike Daredevil and Ghost Rider...but this???? Come on!! Neveldine &Taylor are not for this kind of movies. They have a particular style offilming that they developed and worked perfectly in Crank and CrankHigh Voltage..but not here!!!... The thing is..that they've killed thespirit of an amazing Marvel Knights' characters...M.S.Johnsondid...Nicholas Cage did..and Neveldine & Taylor did...First of all, the plot...without sense...Danny's character is he or notDanny Ketch the actual Ghost Rider...we'll never know. Johnny Blazecharacterization is far from the comic book one...and the story of thisfilm is nothing to do with the Rider's universe... My god...I washoping that Marvel do a better job than the first one. Like they didwith Punisher War Zone, and the imminent The Amazing Spiderman...a verygood reboot..Having an amazing story like 'Rise of the Midnight Sons' to make anincredible movie...they did this...and put Christopher Lambert intoit...good lord!!! What was Marvel Pictures thinking??? This is Disney'sfault...the bought Marvel and they destroyed all the potential inMarvel Universe's future movies...let's hope that the Avengers make mewrong!!
iselacarroll (15 May 2013)
This movie was just so disappointing. Waste of time, they could havedone so much more with it. I wish you could give them a 0, yes it isthat terrible. The story lacked depth for me. Did not enjoy the plot atall. The new characters introduced in this movie are totally flat. Thebeginning was very confusing to me, I don't like the way they"summarized" the first movie. The many attempts to make humorousremarks are terrible, I didn't laugh once. They tried way too hard toset up laughable scenes, but failed. Child actor was not believable atall, not his fault. The plot is just terrible. The whole "good angel"gone crazy thing just didn't cut it for me... really? I mean they couldhave gone with something so much better or thought provoking.
gdmorgan44 (14 May 2013)
I am a Ghost Rider fan. I had such great hopes for this movie. Marvelhas been on a role lately beginning with Ironman and continuing throughThe Avengers (in my opinion, the greatest superhero movie ever). Havingsaid that, I was greatly disappointed with Ghost Rider: Spirit ofVengeance.Instead of a movie on par with Ironman, Thor, or even the IncredibleHulk we were left with something more akin to Ang Lee's Hulk. What anightmare that was! This movie had it all. Over acting, a bad script,and a director that decided the art house route was the best way to go.In many ways this film completely ignored the ground work laid in thefirst movie. Nicholas Cage didn't portray the Rider as tortured. Heplayed him as insane. I found myself not caring about any of thecharacters in this movie. The only saving grace was the specialeffects. But one right doesn't fix multiple wrongs.Don't waste your time or your money on this dud. Here's hoping that thepowers that be at Marvel and Disney put Ghost Rider in more capablehands.
gurochuck (13 May 2013)
I saw a sneak preview of this movie w/ somewhat 'curious' expectations.This is mainly because of the style of 'Crank' directorsNeveldine/Taylor. Being a fan of the Ghost Rider comic book, I was abit disappointed in the original film as I found it a bit flat. HoweverI gave it a bit of a pass because I knew that 'Daredevil' director MarkSteven Johnson's style was simply not suited for this type of subjectmatter. So whenever I watch that installment I can't help but feel abit torn because although I didn't care for GR1 overall, I have toadmit that there were aspects of it that I can appreciate.But after watching GR: Spirit of Vengeance I was very refreshed andimpressed. They gave it more of a 'cult film' feel which I thought wasPERFECT for this project. Neveldine/Taylor seem to never be scared totake risks w/ going outside the box of contemporary filmmaking andGR:SOV is a true testament of that. Since I can relate this feeling w/the one I got when I first saw Lexi Alexander's "Punisher: War Zone" Istrongly anticipate that this film is gonna take a beating from themasses. But I don't care because IMHO, the mainstream nowadaysapparently have no idea of original thought and much of their opinionsare spoon-fed to them by corporate media.Also what helped make this work is the performance of all the actors,ESPECIALLY NIC CAGE! I admit I had my doubts about him reprising theJohnny Blaze character but it's quite evident he was in tune w/ thedirectors' vision. SOV (like PWZ) is clearly a 'love-it-or-hate-it'movie which works for me because since movies like this don't rack upat the box office and tend to be viewed as commercial flops, they comeout on home releases pretty quick at very reasonable prices (w/ extrasto boot). IMO this film will make most of its money on DVD/blue-raysales.Not wanting to spoil it for anybody, all I can say is if you go seeGR:SOV, "try" to have an open mind. Otherwise you might just be settingyourself up to be disappointed w/ no fault being that of the movie. Theonly reason I didn't give this a higher rating is because I thought itwas a bit short (1:36) and I admit I'm a bit torn because perhaps itmay have been best not to draw it out.Chalk up another 'underground hit' for Marvel Knights!!!
snoopy_3560 (11 May 2013)
I've been following the rumors of a Ghost Rider sequel since I saw thefirst Ghost Rider, which I thought was decent, had a good origin story,action scenes and proper character development. When I found out thatthe sequel was going to be helmed by Neveldine/Taylor, I freaked out. I saw Gamer and both Crank movies, and was not surprised, and I saw howthe potential of a great actor, such as Gerard Butler, get wasted. Iread some reviews about the way they filmed movies as daredevils andthought it could be awesome, but for Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeancedidn't seem to work. Towards the beginning of the movie, I was gettingdizzy from all the camera changes, zooms and and twists.Then I started reading from their approach to the character. I readthat they wanted to change the appearance from the first film, and tobe honest, I thought it was OK from the first film. The melted jacket,the black skull, and the new motorcycle just didn't seem to work forme. I thought the looks were horrible, and I hated the motorcycle inthis movie. The extra abilities of the Hellcycle, such as defyinggravity or riding through water were absent. One of the most enjoyablethings from the first movie was the sound of the motorcycle and thelight motorcycle band approach. Also, in this movie, Johnny Blaze seemslike a complete different character. He's just a crazy guy running,doesn't seem to be brace or that he would like to do stunts anymoreeven so he's been doing stunts since he was a kid with his dad.First off, if you want to make a film about a comic-book character, youneed to do some proper research. I was amazed when I learned that theydidn't even researched who Blackout was. In this movie, Blackout isonly seen as a thug, not like a main villain or someone strong enoughto meet GR's match. Also, Blackout is NOTHING like his comic-bookcounterpart. You can read it at Marvel or even at Wikipedia. They evenforgot what being loyal to the comics is all about.About the Ghost Rider himself: there was never any clue or hint abouthim using the Penance Stare. There are some scenes where he fights someguys and NONE of 'em are even afraid they are seeing a flaming skeletonwith a chain. Did I say chain? Yeah, the chain. That mystical chainjust seemed like a rope. It didn't even flame up and it appearedmagically when he changed to GR. The shotgun was missing too, and it'sanother of the GR weapons. Also, they try to make GR a hero. HE'S NOT AHERO. He's an anti-hero, but besides that, he barely even speaks and inthis movie he is seen like a beast let off leash, much like Hulk. Inthe end of the first movie, we can see that he has some moderatecontrol over his powers and that he can go flaming inferno at willwithout suffering some pain. I expected after the second change for himto have a personality. In the first film, we can see he judges peopleover being guilty or not. In here he just swoops in and kills people...NOT like he should. I also think Nick Cage's performance was awful. He's a good actor, buthe screwed this film. All I saw was GR or Nick doing crazy stuff withbad acting. The film lacked a lot of character development and had alot of misplaced humor. I thought the pissing scene and the Twinkiescene were really immature and unnecessary.I was really disappointed with this movie, having believed that it hadthe potential to beat its predecessor, but I was mistaken... gravelymistaken. Congratulations, Neveldine/Taylor. You ruined what could havea been a great franchise. People think that visual effects make a movieand they are wroooong. This movie had some, but had a weak story, fewcharacters, no love interest and crappy acting. I think the best partof the movie was Idris Elba. Besides that, the popcorn. GR 1 is waybetter, not the best Marvel film, but a decent film. If you want to gosee it, go ahead, but you have been warned. Also, don't waste yourmoney in 3D. It's grotesque.
elven_wizard (11 May 2013)
while most enjoy going to the movies and watching a film that is basedafter another media one does have expectations. this film boasts ofbeing a sequel to the previous movie when it has only one thing incommon. the name and lead actor. well two things.this film seemed to me to be a serious let down on the character ghostrider. while i did enjoy the first, this one was for the most part alet down. its would have been better to be called something totallydifferent with some character adjustment the plot would have been fine.while i didn't mind the "storyline" it was the theme that the story wassuppose to be of. go see this movie with low expectations and you wellprobably enjoy it.
suncica babaja (09 May 2013)
I NEVER wrote anything for the IMDb. But as soon as I came home fromthe theater, I just had to write my opinion. I am a big fan of specialeffects, sci-fi, fantasy, action, horror and generally movies. BUT inthe first few minutes, you could see that the film is going to bea.w.f.u.l. OK newest trend is to make movies in 3d. I love it. But ifI'm going to watch anything in 3d i expect to SEE something.Camera-work was so terrible, like it was made accidentally, justimagine a cameraman rolling around and saying: well if I catch anythingit will be fine,if I don't we'll write it to the "action". WTF. Iregretted making laser surgery because my eyeballs sored, and for what?GR I., well that was a great film. My cousins and I couldn't wait forthe second part to arrive to Croatia-weren't we surprised?! It hadnothing remotely similar to GR1- Johhny (Nicholas Cage) was shown astotally crazy person with 10 minutes of showing you his rage/laughterin a manner the Mask meet the Twoface, it was hideous and not at allentertaining. The story? What story? It was like they made it along theway. One sentence that was said in stupid conversation overwhelmed theending of the film. All rules were broken and a probability of aexquisite saga was shattered to pieces. While we were still in cinema,you could see the hysteric laugher of people, people saying: I hope itis nominated for the golden raspberry; some people went outside in themiddle of the movie.I just don't understand how they could destroy the franchise in such away.DON'T THROW YOUR MONEY AWAY. Turn 180 degrees from the entrance to thecinema. Awful doesn't describe it.
Brendon Basiga (09 May 2013)
In a phrase, this movie was God Awful. For a sequel that took fouryears to hit the screens, I call into serious question how this movieever received the stamp of approval. Whosoever was responsible forapproving this movie's version of a script, should be fired andblack-listed until the Second Coming.The Devil's Second Coming, in essence, is what loosely passes for a"plot" in this atrocity. Apparently, the Devil (played by Ciaran Hinds)convinced some random woman, Nadya (the writer's didn't even bother togive her a last name; played by Violante Placido), to conceive hischild, later named Danny (again, the writer's didn't see fit to givehim a last name either; played by Fergus Riordan). Thirteen yearslater, the Devil is back, employing the services of Ray Carrigan, asmall arms dealer (played by Johnny Whitworth), in order to bring himhis "son" in order to effect his Second Coming. Somehow, Johnny Blaze(played by Nicolas Cage), who transforms into the Ghost Rider, becomesanother one of Danny's protectors, along with Moreau (it seems thewriter's didn't bother with too many last names in their scriptwriting; played by Idris Elba).Please see the rest of my review at:http://brensmoviereviews.blogspot.com/ Cheers, Bren
Christian_Dimartino (09 May 2013)
It really makes me sad to think of where Nicolas Cage's career hasgone. At once a great actor who put actual thought into the movies hedid, now he stoops to anything. I kind of enjoyed his 2011 film DriveAngry, because it was dumb fun and it knew it. But before that he didSeason of the Witch, a travesty from anyone's standards.This year he has brought us another pile of garbage, called GhostRider: Spirit of Vengeance, but i'm going to call it Ghost Rider 2,because that's what it deserves. The first movie was OK, it was alittle hokey but I accept it. But the sequel, which is directed by thedemons who brought us 2009's annihilation, Gamer, is the slowest ninetyminutes i've ever spent.The plot is incomprehensible. Johnny Blaze(Cage) has run off to Europefor some reason, and ends up getting mixed in this ordeal involving alittle boy and the devil(Ciaran Hinds, who looks like he's having ahard time keeping his eyes open he's so bored). Idris Elba also stars,giving a ridiculous accent, as a character who doesn't serve anypurpose what so ever.The film is boring, dull, stupid, and hilarious, and poorly acted totop it off. The weird old people from Being John Malkovich need toleave John Malkovich alone and take over Nicolas Cage. Cage'sperformance is so over-the-top it's painful. The moments when hetransforms into the Ghost Rider are... well, I don't know. They'redisturbing, and it's not the content, it's the acting.Never give a sequel over to the directors of Gamer. I didn't realize itwas possible for two people to screw up a movie, but these guys arelike film terrorists. I don't know who they are, I don't want to knowwho they are, and I hope I never meet them. Ghost Rider 2 is painfullybad. My stomach is hurting just thinking about it.D
sammantharoberts (08 May 2013)
I wanted to believe that everyone was wrong when they warned me aboutthis movie. I loved the first one. I understand that they were tryingto be more true to the comics, but you can't completely discount anentire movie in the process. In the first one, he decided he was going to "own the curse" so explainwhy now he is so desperate to get rid of it when he already had theopportunity? I fell asleep twice during this movie. I've never done this at themovie theater before. So, my boyfriend filled me in on the few minutesI missed. The effects were nice, but the plot was ridiculous. Do yourself a favor and wait for it to come out on DVD if you decide towatch the garbage. The previews where he takes the chain and slams theDevil to the ground is the very end of the movie. This was just a bighuge mess.
Matthew Anderson (01 May 2013)
Okay, let's make this clear, this is NOT a sequel. I saw this movie onblu-ray, and the director said it was a reboot(what a stupid idea).And, yes, this movie is stupidly awful. At least, take it seriously abit, but no, they didn't it was a horrible joke of a film. Stupid,tough to follow, plot, okay performances, cool action, horriblewriting, cheesy as "hell", the movie was overall short but felt so muchlong... It was a mindless mess. If you want a Ghost Rider movie, watchthe first one! Its not a masterpiece but it's better than this trash.Please don't waste your time on this. By the way, Jerry Springer is,indeed, the Devil so it deserves one star out of ten!
Alex Breckwoldt (01 May 2013)
This is a fun action movie, you should know that from the trailer andfrom the names attached to it, so don't complain about it being exactlywhat it was advertised as.The effects are far superior to those in the first one, the charactersare much cooler, Nic Cage is crazy as f**k and some stylistic choicesconcerning the rider give the character a wonderful surrealisticsupernatural feel. The story is fairly straightforward and minimalisticand the plot isn't weight down by some unfitting romance subplot. Thisis also more of a reboot since flashback footage was reshot for thismovie.If stylewise you didn't like Crank and Crank 2 though, this movie mightnot be for you.
Hellmant (28 April 2013)
'GHOST RIDER: SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE': Three Stars (Out of Five) Nicolas Cage returns to play Johnny Blaze, also known as 'Ghost Rider',the superhero antihero from Marvel Comics. It's a sequel to the 2007hit film. This one is directed by Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor (theteam that brought us two 'CRANK' films and 'GAMER'). It was written byScott Gimple, Seth Hoffman and David S. Goyer (who's written several Bsuperhero films). The movie isn't really much better or worse than theoriginal, which I thought was passable entertainment, not great but notbad either.In this film Johnny Blaze is hiding out in Eastern Europe when he'scontacted by a Monk named Moreau (Idris Elba) who tells him a plot totake possession of a young boy's body. The devil is currently using thehuman form of a man named Roarke (Ciaran Hinds), who Blaze previouslymade a deal with and cursed himself with the 'Ghost Rider' monsterinside him. Moreau tells him that if he saves the boy, Danny (FergusRiordan), he could rid himself of the 'Rider' permanently. So Blazemakes it his mission to protect Danny and his mother Nadya (ViolantePlacido), who are on the run from Roarke's men.The movie is so bad it's good. It's definitely more 'out there' thanthe original but it also has even less structure. Cage hams it up evenworse than usual but is still, like always, likable. It's all mindlessentertainment but it's still entertainment.Watch our movie review show 'MOVIE TALK' at:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_lBzdmfUfA
aryannahar (28 April 2013)
This movie is sadly under a lot of criticism and doesn't deserve whatits getting. I mean I'm shocked that there's so much hate on it. Itsactually not bad. I mean it was entertaining and i enjoyed myselfwatching the movie. Well this is only my opinion and cage really did agood job. I mean even the chick was pretty good. It wasn't a bad movieand i really do feel sad for it for all the unnecessary criticismreceived by it. The story was good and so was the graphics and acting.I am honestly kinda shocked with all the negative response received byit! The ending specially was also very interesting and so was the startand i really hope that there is another sequel if not more than one. Igive it 9/10 for the enjoyable experience.
lprice367 (26 April 2013)
So what can be said about Ghost Rider? Other than i didn't go to thecinema with the expectation that this was going to be a awesome film.Turns out i was right. With the works of Mark Neveldine and BrianTaylor the directors of Crank 1 and 2 they succeeded in making one ofthe most awesome marvel characters ''Jonny Blaze''(Ghost Rider)alaughing stock for all to see, the entire film was nothing more than acomplete joke. Put that with Nicolas Cage's acting and Spirit ofVengeance was born, how Cage is an a established actor as he is, isbeyond me. The films intention to be a Dark and Ominous superheroaction film like we saw in the trailer is pathetic thanks to Cage'sinability to perform no other character than the same erratic bizarrecharacter we see him play in all his movies. Also with the excessiveamount of CGI and special effects and terrible one liner's such as''Roadkill'' makes it even harder to take this film seriously. OverallI wouldn't recommend this film to anyone unless they wanted to laugh atits complete lack of potential and would strongly recommend that it'sby far the worst film made in 2012 up to now.
Rodrigo Amaro (25 April 2013)
Terrible yet valid analogy I'm going to make but I'm going anyway.Remember "Black Swan" in that part where the choreographer played byVincent Cassel's keeps pushing Nina's harder and harder in her trainingtelling she must spin faster? In the end she achieved perfection withall the obsessive training she was put on but her fate was ultimatelyhorrible. But what does an Oscar winning film has to do with the "GhostRider" sequel? The faster and faster technique seems to be perfectlyapplied in this film except that in the end there's no perfectionwaiting for us on the horizon. Everything's so fast you can't see adamn thing (not even Johnny Blaze's transformation, no longervisible!), you can't understand and follow anything after an hour orso. Has to be one of the most ridiculous and embarrassing sequels evermade, and a huge disappointment considering how great and surprisinglyeffective the first installment was.The problems started with the format given to this, drastically changedto a somewhat darker and less humored version where the mostcomplicated aspect of it in its first half is dealing with NicolasCage's rage while playing Blaze, with comical moments allegedly meantto be taken seriously when he threats the life of everyone on his way,remind us of his strange character shifts from flicks like "BadLieutenant" (different but good) or "The Vampire's Kiss" (awful). Hejust looks on drugs, heavy ones. Oh, his mission? Revolves aboutfinding a mother and his son who happens to be the devil's son (PeterFonda's out, CiarÃ¡n Hinds gets the role). There's some complicationsand the rest is obvious, a difficult mission ahead and a dreadfulexperience to be seen. It almost fools us in being good bad movie for the first hour,accomplishes with some fun moments in that time, and there's goodpresences of guys like Idris Elba and Hinds playing a good villain butit falters, dwells and fails with some ridiculous endless scenes, uglyas hell while surrounded with hurtful CGI ruining everything around. Maybe "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" achieved some perfection withall the hurried scenes and effects: in being a perfect way to wastemoney, time and energy, and being a lousy script. That's how a moviedies while achieving "perfection". 3/10
davewalker189 (23 April 2013)
I really like Nicholas Cage and would consider myself a fan! But thedirection of this movie is really bad! It's too erratic; One minuteCage hates the "Rider" next he's saying he enjoys it! The story justdoesn't make sense.Whoever has seen this film, I'm sure you'll agree with me when I say:The Rider just DOESN'T kick enough ass in this movie. He takes20minutes to sap one sole at a time! Gets his ass kicked by what canonly be described as "a retard" and he seems to be at Half-Power untilthen end of the movie.Now I don't know about you guys but I got the impression The GhostRider was supposed to terrify the wicked and destroy their soles. Butvery little of either happens in this movie... As a matter of fact, theRider just seems to be a Pain In The Ass for the bad guys. Not so muchterror-incarnate.I was really looking forward to this movie. As was my Father andGirlfriend. We all were very disappointed.Thanks for reading, Dave.
Kyle Haywood (22 April 2013)
Greetings all.I may run out of descriptive words for how seriously bad this is.Wow, was my expression through the entirety of this.... film? I usethat term loosely as I'm certain this assault on my senses was intendedfor torture or something equally as painful.There is nothing commendable here, save for one or two comicbook-esque, animated scenes and the mention of Zarathos (a comicreference only us nerds will understand).One would assume that this cast could have produced something farsuperior, so I place all blame firmly on the directors, andunfortunately a hat tip to David S. Goyer's wafer thin,seen-it-all-before story which doesn't exactly inspire much confidence.To think he has written such epics as Batman Begins, oh how the mightyhave fallen, in this case anyway.The shaky camera work, random zooming and absurd angles do nothing toenhance what is already a dreadful experience. The script, like most ofthe scenes, the action and settings, is completely incoherent at nearlyall times. While the score is loud and ungainly throughout, neverattributing to the ambiance if there was any to begin with.Ghost Rider with a twitch, well who'd have thought it? Here, what wasportrayed fairly well in the first installment is completely abstractin both personality and appearance. Constant laughing, noises and verystrange movement make this unconventional hero an utter joke, even thepenance stare has been altered to what comes across as plain oldshouting.If there were elements to praise then I would gladly do so, but thereare not. I enjoyed the first film, which was hindered by a great manyflaws. But in comparison, I am thankful to have seen the first, as itsucceeds where this garbage fails miserably at every single turn.Long has it been since I can recount having seen something soridiculously, outrageously, catastrophically useless.On the plus side, things can now only get better for this character, ifanyone should ever dare to attempt another. Understandable if theydon't.
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