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Old_Zircon - 2016-07-13


il fiore bel - 2016-07-13

I can't believe they didn't mention the random Bobby Brown cameo.

Caminante Nocturno - 2016-07-13

The music video for On our Own has a Trump cameo.

Binro the Heretic - 2016-07-13

Could have been worse.

There had been rumors Eddie Murphy was going to star in "Ghostbusters 3."

Also, the ghosts were going to be the ghosts of aliens from a crashed spaceship.

fedex - 2016-07-14

THAT could have been cool, in a Tommyknockers way

Sexy Duck Cop - 2016-07-13

I don't think Ghostbusters 3 looks like a particularly good movie, but that's only because I am threatened by strong women in positions of authority.

StanleyPain - 2016-07-13

The new movie is a remake, not Ghostbusters 3. The project that languished in development hell for years as "Ghostbusters 3" became "Ghostbusters: The Video Game." Ivan Reitman and the original cast/writers basically got to the point where they decided a game would be the best avenue for it because the enthusiasm for actually making the movie had waned a lot and Bill Murray basically was only willing to provide voice work.

gmol - 2016-07-13

Notably did not include the real ghostbusters 80's cartoon. That was great.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2016-07-14

Today there's a article in Polygon entitled "How we lost the ability to criticize Ghostbusters". It's a thoughtful article that works hard at being even-handed, but it seems to overlook the obvious, which is that up to now there hasn't been a movie to criticize. Tonight we're going to have the first screenings in our area. I think the discussion of the movie itself starts now, anything before now should be considered invalid, because it's obviously invalid, duh.

EvilHomer - 2016-07-14

The movie's not out yet, John. There is no movie to discuss.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2016-07-14

That's what I said, isn't it? But, where I am, it starts tonight. My friend and I have tickets for the first 3D screening at 8pm.

Hooker - 2016-07-14

Ruthlessly consumerist as always. Let's wait until we've given our money away before we make any decisions.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2016-07-15

Obviously, the decision to give away your money has to precede giving away your money.

EvilHomer - 2016-07-15

You said that - but yet here you are, discussing the movie.

The movie's not out yet. Don't read articles about it, don't obsess over the phony culture war its marketing team has devised, don't discuss it. Wait until the movie's out; or better yet, ignore it completely.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2016-07-15

Homer, I saw the fucking movie last night. It's out. I liked it.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2016-07-15

Are you saying that SONY is paying Mundane Matt to make an ass of himself? Because that would be money well spent. Your best entertainment value!

Really, you could argue that caring about the phony culture war would be ridiculous if it wasn't such fun. If the ghostbusters movie turned out to be bad, I'd be disappointed, but I haven't been predicting that it would be a hit for the past six months. These are the same arrogant fucks who still haven't given up on GamerGate, and they can't process being wrong. But this time they''ll have to.


It's better than the original. I know that's not supposed to be possible, but its SO very possible. The real problem here is that a generation seems to need to protect itself from the knowledge that under the inventive visuals, good performances and great use of New York locations, the 1984 Ghostbusters uses the same structure as Beverly Hills Cop, Fletch, Police Academy, and every other formula eighties comedy about unconventional male heros who PLAY BY THEIR OWN RULES!

There's a whole sexist worlld view in Ghstbusters. It's not really about women. it's all about men. It's about Alphas and Cucks. Harold Ramis never intended to indoctrinate anyone, it's just lazy writing, using sexist tropes to tell the audience who they're supposed to root for.

It's a good movie. I own a copy that I paid for. But it's no masterpiece, and if facing the possibility that it's no masterpiece will someone metap[horically rape your childhood, well, I'm sorry, kid, but your childhood was asking for it. Did it ruin your childhood when you learned that Santa isn't real? Wait, you knew that Santa isn't real, right?

No, it''s not that important, but this is my football, okay?

RockBolt - 2016-07-16

Just saw the new one as well, enjoyed it quite a bit. I think its closer to Akroyd's original vision frankly, which was not doable at the 1984 budget and schedule. Its full of all the tech and gadgets that he loves (and was expanded upon a bit in the video game), and a whole lot of great looking ghosts and lots of action.

Its funny how idiots started crying that Dan was being manipulated into saying nice things about the film, because knowing him I think he had a hell of a good time during the making it (he was an EP), and his (sometimes insane) passion for this sort of thing is represented well in it.

Maggot Brain - 2016-07-14

The stuff with the wee baby Oscar being possessed and all the while acting like a normal toddler works exceedingly well. If the movie was about this spree of baby related deaths caused by a "Dorian Grey" painting, that would be worth seeing again.

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