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Following a ghost invasion of Manhattan, paranormal enthusiasts Erin Gilbert and Abby Yates, nuclear engineer Jillian Holtzmann, and subway worker Patty Tolan band together to stop the otherworldly threat in a movie that dishonors the source material.
ActorsStarring: Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones, Chris Hemsworth, Neil Casey, Charles Dance, Michael Kenneth Williams, Cecily Strong, Andy García, Matt Walsh, Ed Begley Jr., Steve Higgins, Michael McDonald, Karan Soni, Zach Woods, Nate Corddry, Toby Huss, Katie Dippold, Jessica Chaffin, Jamie Denbo, Dave Allen, Steve Bannos, Adam Ray, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, Annie Potts, Ozzy Osbourne, Al Roker, Pat Kieman, Rosanna Scotto, Greg Kelly, Daniel Ramis, Sam Richardson, Milana Vayntrub
Critic Reviews About Ghostbusters
Paul Feig’s reboot pays tribute to the 80s blockbuster with in-jokes and cameos – but it’s a brand new work, firing off top-quality zingers every 10 seconds.
Headed by a cast that includes Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy, this iteration possesses the same casual, unforced humor that made the 1984 original a virtual instant classic.
That rarest of big-studio offerings — a movie that is a lot of enjoyable, disposable fun.
Ghostbusters won’t win-over pre-release haters but offers enough laughs and slick special effects to satisfy series fans and casual filmgoers alike.
Silly is endangered these days, and normal has come under withering fire from stupendous, yet tedious, visual effects. Busting ghosts used to be a lot more fun.
Wall Street Journal
The original Ghostbusters — a near-perfect cocktail of brash irreverence, scares, and big laughs — is a tough act to follow, but this reboot comes decently close.
S. Jhoanna Robledo
Common Sense Media
The new Ghostbusters isn’t a horror, exactly. It’s just misbegotten. It never lives.
Ghostbusters is its own definitive creature, an affable, inventive riff on Ivan Reitman’s proton-packing caper that exists only to make us laugh. For a summer comedy, there’s no nobler purpose.
Ghostbusters, true to Feigian form, unapologetically combines ghosts and guns and gags and girl power.
It’s the most visually engaging film Feig has made, but he’s not enough of a comic anarchist to let his actor-friendly, improv-heavy sensibility run wild in the world of crazy special effects.