I know a lot of people liked Ghostbusters: Afterlife, but I was seriously underwhelmed. I doubt I’ll be seeing it, despite Patton, who is always fun.
I liked it? I went in expecting nothing, and was pleasantly surprised by it managing to not suck and blow at the same time.
But, it did feel like an end.
I don’t think it needs a sequel. Or another reboot.
But, I’m weird.
I wouldn’t say it was a bad movie. It was competently done. But I wouldn’t even put it near the original or even the lackluster sequel.
I thought it was well done, but I’m not sure I’ve given it 30 seconds thought since I walked out of the theater.
I watched Afterlife expecting very little, and I was pleasantly surprised how much I liked it. Maybe I’m a sucker for busting ghosts, but I’m guessing I’ll watch another.
Well, at least we still have the Synthias around to be Kinga’s “helpers,” unless they start getting a bunch of movie deals, too.
I enjoyed Afterlife.
I’d order them as
Ghostbusters (simply comedy perfection)
Afterlife (yes it’s a nostalgia tour and that ending … sniff)
Ghostbusters II (which I don’t think I’ve actually watched in decades)
The Ghostbusters 2016 remake
If you watched the after-credits sequences for Afterlife, the door was left wide open for a sequel. It will be interesting to see what they decide to do next.
I’ll go ahead and say it then. It was a bad movie - gave it 2 out of 5 stars.
Honestly, I only enjoyed the first one, the rest were blech.
Say what you will about him but at least he don’t steal from Huey Lewis.
I like all the Ghostbusters movies. (Even THAT one.) I liked Afterlife a lot and will be looking forward to the new one.
Mckenna Grace was the best thing in Afterlife. Stole every scene.
I actually enjoyed the 2016 Ghostbusters movie for what it was. If they hadn’t tied it into Ghostbusters (not quite sure how they would have done that), I think people would have thought better of it.
It didn’t feel like a Ghostbusters movie, but neither did Afterlife.
I feel like the 2016 one got the humor right(ish) but lost the heart, and Afterlife got the heart right, but went way too light on the humor. If I could smoosh them together somehow, it would be a really good Ghostbusters movie.
I like Ghostbusters II unironically.
I also enjoyed Ghostbusters II. It isn’t as good as the first, but I still thought it was a good movie.
Oh, I adore Ghostbusters 2. I was completely obsessed with the movie when I was 12 with the intensity that only a 12-year-old can be obsessed and I’ve carried most of that energy with me to this day.
This hurts me.
Did anybody read the text before this video went out?
Maybe I’m extra stupid, but what is wrong with this?