Note: This Ghostbusters Review contains some Heavy Spoilers for the movie.
Ghostbusters Review – It’s Good But Doesn’t Expect It To Be Great
After a long waiting of Decades, Ghostbusters Franchise has finally returned in 2016 with new Ghostbusters movie which is lead by females Ghostbusters this time.
Paul Feig, the director, and co-writer of Ghostbusters did something strange and new this time, instead of men, there are only women’s in the lead roles as Ghostbusters.
Not to mention here that Ghostbusters first trailer has the most dislikes but still this movie has something in it which may grab your attention while watching the new female lead Ghostbusters.
Ghostbusters story follows the new team which features Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Kristin Wiig and Leslie Jones, is brought together by the Ghosts and how they managed to save the world and humanity from the ghosts is something which may entertain and excite you in the theater while watching the movie.
Obviously, all four leads are immensely likable and Feig handles the visual effects fairly well. We also get to see some well-known props and locations in 2016s Ghostbusters and even some familiar faces in cameos.
This time, new Ghostbusters movie revolves around all these four lead and portals opening thing and how they stumble upon a plan to open a portal between this world and an another world, more evil dimension to bring the end of humanity.
Kristin Wiig has left her past behind and parting ways with Melissa McCarthy after they collaborate on a book, to pursue a more respectable career as Professors at Columbia University but that Aldridge Mansion hunting is enough to get Wiig thrown out of her job and get her back in business again with her partners.
New Ghostbusters movie is nice but doesn’t expect it to be as good as the original ghostbusters. Feig tried his best to capture the magic with new female leads but it’s hard to tackle the magic again and then recapture in that possible way, what original ghostbusters did in 1989.
Ghostbusters will hit theaters on July 15.