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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jack Parkman, Jan 15, 2019.
I mean it can’t be worse than the recent one so why not
Was the new one good? No. Was it watchable with the kids and enjoyable enough? Yes
Movie is not as bad as most make it out to be.
Being in the same universe and set in present day make it mildly interesting.
The original was good but it's not that great of a premise to call for multiple sequels/reboots
My biggest issue with it (besides Kristen Wiig playing to type) was the use of CGI. It just falls flat and it’ll be the same with this one. The original’s charm was its use of practical effects.
Nothing is as bad(pop culture and food-wise) as social media wants you to believe. People desperately try and one-up each other in some kind of hyperbole competition.
Ocean’s Eight was actually well done and really entertaining but people still somehow lost their shit over the lack of respect for the, umm, 2001 remake
While I generally agree with you, the Dexter series finale really was as bad as social media wants me to believe.
Chipotle queso, while not great, is not “Holy FUCK — the WORST shit I have ever tasted in my LIFE”
Little chalky, but it doesn’t stop me from ordering it. Guac for life though.
The slimer scene was so great.
But that’s a rare circumstance. Overall it’s like Sweet Lou Holtz likes to say, it’s never as good as it seems or as bad as it seems
So this is music?
He’s no Tigers Jaw, that’s for true.
You’re so great.
I’m not going to have this fight with you again.
I hate Hollywood
The main thing I got from the latest remake is that Hemsworth can be pretty damn funny.
I think his appearance in that movie led to the direction they took Ragnarok, which basically turned Thor into the best Avenger.
I'm luke warm about this.
Dibs on the role of Peter Venkman
It's probably been over 20 years since I've seen a Ghostbusters movie, but I'd be down for a re-boot if they approached it in similar way Nolan/Batman did.
The hardest of passes on gritty realistic Ghostbusters
Like Die Hard but Ghostbusters
Ghostbusters with out comedy isn’t ghostbusters.
I want it to be more like a hard R horror movie. Like they're going after Freddy Krueger or Candyman or the girl from the Exorcist. And instead of Bill Murray, we'll get like John Malkovich or Liam Neeson. This is solid gold.
I'm kind of triggered by lukewarm as two words.
Reitman directed S4ep5 of The Office, Local Ad. I will now watch this episode and pass judgment on the future of this project.
Limitless paper, in a paperless world.
Godspeed, unmakes Ghostbusters sequel. Godspeed.
I tried to watch this the other day but I could only buy it not rent it, does Debbie Ocean have relation to Danny or is it just a reboot?
Either way looked fun
If they can get Moranis out of retirement for it, presumably filling Ramis' spot (RIPIP), sign me up.
The fuck was this. Ghostbusters is in NYC not out in some old barn somewhere
was a fun watch, caught it on a plane
but i'll rewatch the Oceans movies endlessly as background noise
The new one was very bad. It took a lot of really good comedic actors and made a comedy movie with no laughs. It's impressive for that feat but otherwise was just awful.
Ocean's 8 was entertaining. Sandra Bullock's face looks weird though.
Yeah she’s had work done for sure
Heard the music
Did not hear the theme song at all in that teaser
No shit, but across the street from our elementary school was a big farm plot. In the barn was an Ecto-1 replica.
The Ghostbusters remake was fine, but it was a completely different take in the comedy sense. The new GB was far more slap stick and modern day popular humor, while the original GB was more dry and serious. Which is why my favorite GB scene is this one
Who said anything about the theme song?
I like where Venkman's testing the guy on guessing the cards
“The effect? I’ll tell you the effect - it’s pissing me off!”
Rick Moranis was great