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Well, why not have a Ghostbusters thread? We've got ones for SW, GOT, DW, Indy...
See DaltonCraig's post.
But the trailer was already posted, you see... :-?
I saw the original Ghostbusters at the cinema at Christmas 1984, I absolutely love that movie I got it in 4K a few years back it looks fantastic.
Ghostbusters II I think is a lame sequel - but it's better than that 2016 remake. I've taken at least one of my kids to the re-releases in 2012, 2014 and 2019.
Means a lot to me and I'm very excited about the new one.
Some fun moments: Ray's double take at the container of bubbling slime in the courtroom, ghost train in the abandoned tube, shaven pets.
I agree, it’s better than most other comedy movie sequels out there.
Ironically, people said the 2nd trailer was too serious.
Some of those feel like they're suffering from I-got-to-see-a-new-film excitement hyperbole. The best of the series? Lots of strangely varying accounts of how much nostalgia is in there too. The second review there sounds a bit more tempered and believable.
Ugh, you're right. I want to be optimistic about NTTD, so I didn't consider that. With Ghostbusters Afterlife, I'd already seen a trailer that seemed to aggressively miss the point of Ghostbusters, and that was following the quite bad 2016 film. So to paraphrase Peter, Ray, Egon, and Winston, I was ready not to believe them....!
They should just let go of this franchise forever.
Developed by Illfonic. I would temper my expectations drastically. They might have improved since Friday The 13th: The Game. But I would be cautious, and be prepared to see the game take two steps forward, one to the side, two back, one to the side, two forward etc...
If anyone is looking for a good Ghostbusters game, I would point them in the direction of Ghostbusters: The Videogame (2009 originally, remastered in 2019). Featured the voice and likenesses of all four principal actors, plus Annie Potts and William Atherton.