X-Men: Volume 5 is the fifth, and final DVD release of the animated series that was broadcast on the FOX network in the nineties. The series became known for its mature themes, complex character dynamics, rich backstory that was taken from the comic books, and for plots that were continuously carried over from one episode to another.
On the eve of Spider-Man 3, I was literally excited beyond expectations. The first two films had lived up to the hype and proved that this was the strongest superhero franchise around. When I saw the first two films, I felt in heart that they emulated what was so great about the Superman movies back in the late 70s and early 80s.
"My head is burning up," exclaims Nicolas Cage as he stumbles out into the sunlight.
In the new feature film Ghost Rider, Cage stars as Johnny Blaze, a motorcycle stuntman who harbors a very dangerous curse. I guess when he was just a boy, Blaze sold his soul to Mephisto (Peter Fonda) in exchange for curing the cancer of his quickly fading father.