Mostly for people who walk around and think about 40 year old ‘Ghostbusters’ every day. So no.
“Ghostbusters: The Afterlife”
United States of America. 12 years. Directed by: Jason Reitman
Med: McKenna Grace, Paul Rudd, Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, Logan Kim, Celeste O’Connor, Dan Aykroyd
Kali (Kun) has never met her father. But when he dies and she is evicted from her city apartment, the decision is simple. She and the children – Trevor’s son (Wolfhard) and her daughter Phoebe (Grace) – Get in the car and drive to Summerville, Oklahoma, where the dad she never knew left her on a ramshackle road.
Summerville is a strikingly historical place, where the waiters at the restaurant still wear skates on their legs (dubbed the “Stranger Things” effect). The house the young family inherits is filled with strange measuring devices and books on science and paranormal phenomena.
It turns out that Callie’s father was one of the heroes of the first “Ghostbusters” (1984), who in his time settled in Summerville to protect the city from the evil forces that he believed were haunting him. Then he died, and now Summerville is far away.
No waiting! Phoebe has inherited many of her grandfather’s interests. The girl is the sharp and pure winner of the Nobel Prize, and when she joins forces with Gruberson (Rud), In fact Seismologist, they began to comb through what is happening in the small community. No ghosts live dangerously.
In the US, Ghostbusters are enough “big bargain” that some now believe the brand deserves to be a permanent chain. That’s what it was Complete culture and field warfare comment When stand-alone “Ghostbusters,” with heroines, debuted in 2016, she says the title is still viable there.
In “Ghosterbusters: Afterlife,” Jason Reitman, son of original film director Evan Reitman, took the helm and made a film fantasy. Production from 2016 did not exist at all. Not just this. The new movie looks, to a large extent, like a stunning homage to the original from 1984.
Who in the world needs something like this? Except for dad Evan, who has to think the attention is cute, and who produced the party himself?
It must be admitted that “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” has its mitigating aspects. The play is one, especially McKenna Grace and Logan Kim’s play The Sympathetic Paul Road (Rud was recently named “The Sexiest Man in the World” by People magazine. So what’s he doing in Summerville?). That Reitman initially had a good hand with family dynamics, according to a model from Spielberg in the 1980s, is also a plus.
Good estimates should have been used for something. But after a series of normally awkward-looking CGI heydays, “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” ends in a seemingly very strange place. The last 20 minutes is one long and utterly dreary celebration originally, with countless CallbacksAnd the emergence of the guest emotional and God knows what.
It’s like Younger Ritman He tries to convince us that what his father made in 1984 was not just a somewhat glamorous comedy, but a timeless masterpiece, an unforgettable classic, a movie that will never age or be forgotten, and that has burned everyone’s consciousness as a person. Once and I watched a movie in the cinema. In short: a movie so wonderful and so timeless that it Should to become one Franchise.
But this is certainly not the case. At least not in the eyes of the Norwegian public. The 15-Year-Old Film Company Wants to Crumble on ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Probably Never Happened Puts The first movie, and with good reason they’ll be wondering what they’re seeing.
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