Ghostbusters was an incredibly big booty hit its original release back in `84 and why its hard not to - its a fun, exciting and imaginative thrill ride to watch. There are about a Ghostbusters like Bill Murrays constantly cracks wise and always fun, a light-hearted comedy film ghost busting consistently intense and exciting of course is a lot like the shift to, that might Marsh Mallow Man One of my favorite parts of the film technically flawless attack.
oh yeah man, i think i speak for us all when i say that "we're hoping for the best" After being completely let-down...,wait, i mean to say..., RAPED in the face twice by, george dufus with his frack ups with the stars and indiana franchises. Not to mention what has become of the Aliens, Predator and Terminator franchises. Logic tells us to expect, Ghostbusters to fail because it will. The magic was lost on that set some forty years ago now. How about we just retain our memories or try a completely different spin on the ghostbusters with a new cast? In Hollywood...,if you're looking forward to something, you're looking forward to heartbreak.
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I really hope we will all be surprised and delighted with the result and the new breed of Ghostbusters and they are cult films of justice. Just hope that Hollywood does not ruin the money and new Ghostbusters will be younger, and they can retire for the next 10 years, with many suites, which can lead to someone named actors who heads the right Ghostbusters name into the ground!
The one holding up this movie is Bill Murray. The guy has not even looked at the script which was given to him awhile ago. He passes up the hand that fed him and jumps on crap like City of Ember or Zombieland. Bastard, they do need him to be in the movie though even if its in a reduced role capacity. I hope that it happens and soon because a piano could fall on Rick Moranis and we would have lost an opportunity to see Louis Tulley again. As for childhoods being raped, grow up already, it was your uncle who got to that first. :P