Now Ghostbusters: He will die it was first shown, viewers go to heaven. Or it seems, according to various critics who looked to the director for the first time Following in the footsteps of Jason Reitman to his father’s loved ones Old 1984 movie, and they have nothing but good things to say about the movie. Instead, some seem to faint when they see it After life; it’s like … twisting makes them feel better.
Whether you’re looking forward to the video or still on the fence (I wonder what the rest of the franchise will live on), these basics were nothing but good news. First of all, here’s our Germain Lussier, who realized that video errors didn’t affect how happy he was:
Entertainment Weekly correspondent Lauren Huff says the film was an excellent blend and a new, independent story, something that many critics criticize for their actions:
Scott Menzel, founder of the Hollywood Critics Association and clearly a fan of the original Ghostbusters, was even more effusive in his praise:
Full Circle film critic and filmmaker James P. Poole called Afterlife the best movie in the entire Ghostbusters franchise.
Eclipse Magazine’s Michelle Alexandria wants people to get hyped.
The Wrap’s Beatrice Verhoeven found much to enjoy.
…and other critics, both large and small, couldn’t say enough nice things about it (because of the character limit on Twitter, if nothing else). So all-in-all, things are looking very good for old Ghostbusters fans and young Ghostbusters fans-to-be.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife is about a family who moves to a small rural town and discovers they have a link to the original Ghostbusters. It stars Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace, and Paul Rudd, as well as original movie cast members Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Ernie Hudson, and Annie Potts. After myriad delays, the movie will finally premiere in theaters on November 11.
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