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Desc:One of the best scenes from one of the best movies ever.
Category:Classic Movies, Religious
Tags:ghostbusters, Dan Ackroyd, Ernie Hudson, serious conversation, interlude
Submitted:Hooper_X
Date:01/06/09
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Comment count is 21
Hooper_X - 2009-01-06
It's awesome because it's this kind of serious theological discussion in the middle of slime and twinkies and gratuitous Larry King cameos.
zatojones - 2009-01-06
All Larry King cameos are gratuitous

James Woods - 2009-03-26
Larry King appearing on Larry King Live is gratuitous.

dr_rock - 2009-01-06
"How bout a little music?" QUEUE ELECTRONIC ROTO-TOMS
Johnny Roastbeef - 2009-01-06
How else would you know it was the 80's?

Tstyle - 2009-01-06
smoking protagonists!
Hooper_X - 2009-01-06
There's something you don't see anymore.

Midnight Man - 2009-01-06
Dan Aykroyd smokes like a chimney in that movie. The only Ghostbuster who didn't smoke at all was Harold Ramis. Even by the time of Ghostbusters 2 the smoking was toned down and I'd bet good money we don't see any smoking in the 'ghostbusters 3' video game.

Chibisuke - 2009-01-06
Harold does pull out a pack of cigs right after they blast the cleaning lady.

RockBolt - 2009-01-06
Yeah, by Ghostbusters 2 they only once had unlit cigars in their mouths, 1984-1989 was the big change on that front

Hooper_X - 2009-01-06
Ramis actually talks about this on the DVD commentary - the second biggest change between the first and second movies was the overnight shift to CGI, which they figured would be more gradual. The first biggest change was the smoking thing.

kingarthur - 2009-01-06
Instant legitimacy in Hollywood: put any of your characters in a one-on-one conversation with Ernie Hudson. Seriously, it works.
Chizmurder - 2009-01-06
The moment of realization on Ray's face is perfect. You can tell he's just thinking... "Dude.... shiiiittttt......"

I love this movie so god-damn much.
Hooper_X - 2009-01-06
I also love that Winston is TRYING to make a point and Ray is off on this esoteric tangent about architecture and Winston is all DUDE RAY SERIOUSLY HOLD UP MAN I JUST THOUGHT OF SOMETHING FUCKING HEAVY SHUT UP ABOUT THE ALLOYS.

chumbucket - 2009-01-06
Jesus' style
Jeff Fries - 2009-01-06
I forget which one appreciates his "style" was it the white one

dueserpenti - 2009-01-06
Ray has clearly never considered that.
Godard's Drinking Problem - 2009-01-06
and what sweet music it is
Cleaner82 - 2009-01-06
Winston taught me my most important life lesson.

When someone asks you if you're a god, you say "Yes!"
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-01-29
I wish there were radio stations that played nothing but scene transition music.
James Woods - 2009-11-11
man, that would be awesome.

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