if they cant make Ghostbusters 3 work even with Akroyd's storyline he's been hinting at for 30 years. then its completely done.That film was legitimately fucking terrible. I'm glad someone's taking another run at Ghostbusters - if this crashes and burns at least that's the franchise toast for another generation.
every female casts were insufferable and if this is what passes for "female comedian of 21 century," holy fuck. so much for female empowerment.She seems like she believes an all male cast would earn the movie more money, which means she thinks that it was all female that made people not like ‘Ghostbuster (2016): Answer The Call’. For me it wasn’t the female cast, it was the unfunny female cast and the script/story from a rejected Scooby doo movie.
The whole part at the concert was straight out of Scooby Doo and was unbelievably awful.
lets just be honest here, 1984 Ghostbusters was the only good one. GB2 was pretty bad.A part of me wishes they would have let 3 kill all hope of more ghostbusters.
Because now when this next movie is still bad but objectively better you can't blame it entirely on Feig and the estrogen crew.
And it will be better. I am not just using an idiom when I say I don't think they could make a worse ghostbusters if they tried. Nowhere to go but up, baby!
I found it was one of those movies that was AWESOME if you saw it as a kid, of course, but when you watch it as an adult... yeah, it’s not so good.Maybe it's just nostalgia talk since I haven't seen it since I was like 10.
the best part was Thor acting the fool, that musta lead Taika Waititi to go "hmm thor can act and be funny if you let him, i'mma go direct Thor:ragnarok"That film was legitimately fucking terrible. I'm glad someone's taking another run at Ghostbusters - if this crashes and burns at least that's the franchise toast for another generation.