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A review by garethmb

Written by garethmb on November 16, 2021

Back in 1984 when big hair and neon were the norms; a movie appeared that soon became a cultural phenomenon. The movie involved a team of unlikely Paranormal Investigators and the mix of comedy, FX, and Ghosts turned the movie into a smash hit and a Pop Culture mainstay. The abundance of products that followed and the inescapable theme song and tagline soon gave rise to a sequel which while a success; did not resonate the way the original film had and thus the “Ghostbusters” film franchise became dormant.

While a successful video game and merchandise line kept the franchise alive; the 2016 r... read the rest.

A review by JPV852

Written by JPV852 on February 8, 2022

More than a little heavy in the nostalgia department (not complaining as I got to see the OG there at the end), but as these sequels go I liked it enough, especially the young cast that weren't terribly obnoxious. I will admit that I almost got a tear in my eye when... I heard the Ecto-1 siren go. Not kidding. And CGI Egon wasn't bad either. Definitely better than that 2016 mistake. Chalk it up to a nightmare alternate universe. 3.5/5

A review by DallasBob

Written by DallasBob on February 16, 2022

This wasn't bad at'all. The kids did very well as far as acting went. The special affects were very reminiscent of the past. (It seems as if they went with the same speical effects company or at least the same format--very good decision) And the story seemed to hold water very well.

Personal critiques (possible spoilers ahead) : I wish the kids had busted a few more ghosts. Perhaps make that a montage, while introducing us to what the rest of the OG Ghostbusters were up to in present day. But instead of that, the script had Dan Akroyd's Ray character explain it over the phone. Maybe if... read the rest.

A review by CinemaSerf

Written by CinemaSerf on March 28, 2022

"Callie" (Carrie Coon) is a bit short of cash, so must retreat to her late father's dilapidated pile with her son "Trevor" (Finn Wolfhard) and geeky daughter "Phoebe" (Mckenna Grace). When the young girl discovers that she has a chess partner that she cannot see, then a "ghost trap" under their frequently shaking old house, she and her brother - alongside her seismologist teacher "Gary Grooberson" (Paul Rudd) are soon doing what it says on the tin. It takes for ever to get going, this film - far too much time is spent on character development and by the time it actually gets up to speed I was j... read the rest.

A review by Per Gunnar Jonsson

Written by Per Gunnar Jonsson on April 17, 2022

This is a film that I was on one hand looking forward to watch and on another hand feared to watch. I was really hoping that this movie would be able to reboot the franchise after that abysmal piece of woke shit Ghostbusters (2016) had totally ruined it.

Looking back at my review of that movie I am actually surprised that I gave it any stars at all but in 2016 the lefts wokeness had not yet reached the psychopath levels that is has today so I guess it didn’t strike me as hard. Anyway, when it was announced that this new movie would ignore previously mentioned atrocity and be a sequel to the... read the rest.

A review by Martha

Written by Martha on July 26, 2022

I'm a huge Ghostbusters fan since the first film when I was a little girl. After the all-girl cast Ghostbusters I went into this one with extreme low expectations however I was blown away by how nostalgic, heartfelt, and wonderful this movie ended up being. It felt like coming home again. This is the true sequel to the previous Ghostbusters movies.

A review by r96sk

Written by r96sk on February 8, 2024

At last, a 'Ghostbusters' movie I actually, kinda, like.

I will say that even with that being the case, I still didn't overly enjoy it. I'm not sure what it is exactly, but this franchise just never truly delivers for me personally; I don't rate the original two films, the 2016 reboot is one I found to be better but still not good. The whole concept simply doesn't do anything for me, for some reason.

The reason I did just narrowly enjoy this one more is the cast, to be honest. I have similar feelings about everything else here as I do for those aforementioned past instalments, bu... read the rest.

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