Ray Stantz: Dan Aykroyd
Peter Venkman: Bill Murray
Egon Spengler: Maurice LaMarche (Harold Ramis is dead)
Winston Zeddemore: Ernie Hudson
Janine Melnitz: Annie Potts
Ray's Spirit Guide: Jim Belushi (John Belushi is dead)
Idulnas: Peter Aykroyd
Slimer: Frank Welker
Gozer: Slavitza Jovan
Stay Puft Marshmallow Man: Arsenio Hall
Jim Silver: Peter Aykroyd
Alan Crendall: Macaulay Culkin
Crendall's Superintendent: Dave Coulier
Mayor: Brian Doyle Murray
Walter Peck: William Atherton
What's on your mind?
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I thought the movie was average. It’s not great, it’s not awful, it’s just average. I’ve accepted that nothing can ever recreate the original. It’s an anomaly of all the right things in all the right places at all the right time. It’s childish, but adult, stupid, but intelligent. By all definitions, it shouldn’t have worked, but it worked perfectly. It really is lightning that will never strike again. Hell, even the original people tried to recreate it and it didn’t work. It got a few laughs, but everyone acknowledges it couldn’t capture the magic of the first. The closest we got is the game, and even then, that had to repeat a lot of stuff. And let’s face it, it wouldn’t have worked as well if we saw them at their real age. I didn’t want to see Ghostbusters 3. For me, it’s asking for another Kingdom of the Crystal Skull or Blues Brothers 2000. If we’re gonna get something new that’s Ghostbusters, I do want it to be different, and the different stuff is when I think it shines the most. You know those shows, movies and comics where there’s like a million parallel universes? This just feels like one of those parallel universes. Not a replacement, just a different version. The Dark Knight films don’t erase out the original Batman. The Rise of the Planet of the Apes films don’t destroy the style and genius of the original. Does it all work? Hell, no. Do I hate that every funny joke is followed by an unfunny joke? Definitely. If you’re gonna say, though, that this movie stole your childhood, you never had a childhood worth stealing. Yeah. Must have been a lot of great things in that life for a movie to take it away from you. But it’s not hard to see somebody hating this film. There are a lot of unfunny scenes and awkward moments, and, yeah, it doesn’t really need to exist. But I can also see how someone can enjoy it. The performers are great, there are some really funny jokes, and it can be really creative. For me, I like it the most when it’s doing its own thing, and it doesn’t need to call back to the original. But not everybody’s gonna see it that way, and that’s fine. Ghostbusters is gonna be something unique and different to everybody, because everybody has their own unique experience to it. So if you want to go see it, go see it. If you don’t want to go see it, don’t go see it, as long as your decision is yours, and you’re not bullied by anybody into doing something you don’t want to do, or think what you don’t want to think.
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I was re-watching the 1984 Ghostbusters for the 1000000th time (Okay not 1000000th but for at least the 100th time) and a line stick to me and it goes "Still making headlines all across the country, the Ghostbusters are at it again. This time, at the fashionable dance club, "The Rose." The boys in gray slugged it out with a pretty pesky poltergeist, then stayed on to dance the night away with some of the lovely ladies who witnessed the disturbance. This is Casey Kasem. Now, on with the countdown." If their jumpsuits were gray then how come when they make them as cosplay they make them Khaki or Beige but not Light Gray? Does anyone know the reason so I don't go mad.
I can't tell the difference between these two can anyone help me?
I just go finished watching ever episode of The Real Ghostbusters on DVD and well it was really cool. I enjoyed all the plot twists and the ghosts at least until I got to Season 3 where it got so bad I mean Season 3-7 was so horrible it was dumb especially Dave Coulier as Peter Venkman he sounded so stupid like a dumb jock he didn't even try to sound like Lorenzo Music and Slimer is so annoying I mean he's a ghost he should even be able to talk I mean the ghosts have talked before but not Slimer he should only be able to talk in gibberish and Janine they completely ruined her character she went from being a interesting character to being a dumb idiot I hate Season 3-7!
Season 1-2 were so cool I mean the jokes were on point and the characters were interesting and the ghosts were actually scary and not something I would watch on SNL. The Ghostbusters were great Ray was the right mix between movie and cartoon, Peter was right because he would have a grudge from Slimer sliming him, Egon would be a smarty pants but he was also funny, and Winston they didn't make him a stereotype and gave him a character arc that wasn't just him liking the Ecto-1 only.
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It's because it didn't suck you in. That's right the story didn't get you interested and how do I know this because I read all the scripts.
Flip City (Ironic name because it's the name of a song in Ghostbusters II)
The Boogieman Cometh
Ghost R Us
When Halloween Was Forever
Halloween 2 1/2
Partners in Slime
Did you know in the October, 7, 1983 Draft Slimer was actually yellow and not green.
"the air duct. A hint of yellow vapor wafts through the grating and into the room"
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1984:The Events of Ghostbusters 1 take place
1985-1986:The Ghostbusters recapture all the ghosts from the Contaminate Grid explosion but after that were sued by every State, County, and City Agency in New York.
1987:Ray Starts his Bookstore, Peter starts his show World of the Psychic, Egon goes to work in the Institute for Advanced Theoretical Research, Winston goes back to working in Construction (I guess we really don't know what happened to Winston)
1988:Ray and Winston go to work with a Birthday Part agency
1989:The Events of Ghostbusters 2 take place
1990:The unnamed rookie before Bryan Welsh gets blown into New Jersey (I'm guessing)
1991:The Events of Ghostbusters: The Video-Game take place
1991-2004:The Events of Ghostbusters IDW Take Place
Should Casper be considered part of the Ghostbusters universe because of the Ghostbusters cameo in the live action movie Casper?
How long did Slimer haunt the Sedgewick Hotel?
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