Ghostbusters: Afterlife (2021) 1080p

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Adventure | Comedy
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
124 min
IMDB Rating:
7.6 / 10 
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Directors: Jason Reitman [Director] ,

Movie Description:
When a single mom and her two kids arrive in a small town, they begin to discover their connection to the original Ghostbusters and the secret legacy their grandfather left behind.


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Ghostbusters is back from the dead.

When her estranged father dies, penniless single mother Callie (Carrie Coon) inherits a dilapidated Oklahoma farmhouse and has no choice but to move in with her family. Twelve year old Phoebe (Mckenna Grace) soon discovers that the place is haunted by her grandfather, who leads her to the location of scientific equipment designed for the capture and containment of ghosts. Meanwhile, fifteen year old Trevor (Finn Wolfhard) finds the Ectomobile in a barn and gets the old vehicle operational. With the help of Phoebe's schoolfriend Podcast (Logan Kim) and carhop Lucky (Celeste O'Connor), the siblings put the ghostbusting apparatus to use in a battle against the evil god Gozer.

With its young cast and rural setting, Ghostbusters: Afterlife doesn't feel very much like the previous Ghostbusters movies. But as far as I am concerned, that's not necessarily a bad thing: I've always considered the original '84 film a tad over-rated, the '89 sequel was awful, and the less said about the 2016 all-female reboot the better. Making the film more teen-centric (there's an obvious Stranger Things vibe about the film) and changing up the location couldn't be any worse-besides, Jason Reitman has seen fit to include plenty of easter eggs and nods to the original to keep fans happy. Special effects, both practical and digital, are excellent, and the performances are solid, although I feel that the script could have injected a bit more fun into proceedings (more ghosts, for starters!). Reitman brings back the expected familiar faces for the finalé, but rather than being the highlight of the film the OG 'Busters are actually quite the disappointment, Murray, Aykroyd and Hudson bringing very little energy to the show (one feels like they are there purely for the dollars). The popular Ray Parker theme song is played over the final credits.

5.5/10, rounded up to 6 for IMDb.

Who you gonna call?

I remember watching the original Ghostbusters when I was still young. It was one of those movies everybody from my age enjoyed very much back then. So I was kinda curious how this new Ghostbusters movie would turn out. It was certainly not disappointing. I still had the same fun watching this sequel as the original one, and with time we also got much better CGI's, which only added more to the quality of the images. The cast did a good job playing their characters. Mostly young actors this time, but it worked perfectly. It was also nice to put some of the original members in this movie, even though they only had minor screen time this time. The story is entertaining, the CGI's well done and the acting was good. What else could we ask? It's rare that sequels add something to the original but in this case it did.


GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE changes the franchise from a comedy to an exercise in teen coming of age angst, with a big dollop of nostalgia for the original movie to get the 50-something original audience back into theater seats.

There's little that's wrong with this movie on its own terms, but for anyone hoping for the fun that made this such a hit 38 years ago, my advice would be to give Paul Feig's all-girl 2015 version a try. It expertly captures the roller-coaster ride of laughs and thrills that Ivan Reitman gave us.
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