Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by iCarly Rae Jepsen, Dec 2, 2019.
Shoulda released the fucker this summer grrrr
Sony has Venom in September and Hotel Transylvania in October. Plus there's a ton of other blockbusters coming out. Probably didn't want to compete.
Do any of these fuckers ever blast out of the fucking wall and have like a huge cumshot?
Or any of these fuckers ever fucking fall out of the ceiling and have like a big messy shit?
Double down sir
Not trying to be funny
Not trying to get a laugh
I'm just asking if any of these fuckers ever blast out of the wall and have like a big cumshot or donkey dick
Lol look at this guy who doesn’t have CornCob TV
Ghost Blasts is sure to be a big hit for Corncob TV. Spectrum will probably call him a dumb hick at a dinner again.
Idk I liked Ghostbusters when it was a silly 80s comedy where the joke is the characters are basically shlubby exterminators that happen to catch Ghosts instead of rats/bugs.
Treating Ghostbusters as having this important sacred lore is so lame. Make a comedy! Not whatever this Stranger Things thing is.
It was the second biggest movie of 1984 at the box office, not sure why people tend to paint these movies into a comedy-only corner. It was a blockbuster film in every sense of the word for 1980s standards, and even had some creepy as hell moments built in. I also don’t think the trailer is being entirely accurate with the portrayal of what we’re going to fully get on screen.
To add onto this - comedy or not - these characters meant/mean a ton to me. We watched these films incessantly growing up. To see a film that ties to the roots of those OG characters and treats them seriously enough for me to gaf is wonderful in my eyes. I hope it’s funny. I hope it’s spooky. Either way I’m ecstatic to see these characters on film together again in some capacity.
This times a billion.
How is that cereal though?? Looks bomb
Mfers I wish there was ghosts up in this bitch so I could be a Ghostbuster fr
My whole thing is... it was a giant comedy with some of the biggest comedy stars at its time and leaning into more "serious" nerd franchise building sucks.
Paul Rudd is right there.... You can toe the line and be goofy with creepy elements like the original, but this has too much of the "THIS IS FOR THE REAL FANS AND HOW IMPORTANT THEIR CHILDHOODS WERE" energy for me. Just because Jason Reitman is Ivan's son doesn't instill confidence he was the right choice for this.
Never had a proper Super Soaker, but I sure as shit had this bad boy:
Did you make any friends?
My tolerance for Ghostbusters fans ran out after the 2016 backlash. I just can’t take people that make it their entire identity.
That said, this looks exactly how I would expect a Jason Reitman “Ghostbusters” to be. His comedies have always been pretty earnest and melodramatic, so this fits right in there with them.
Hell yeah. I had that stuff too haha.
I'm torn between not really remembering Ghostbusters being an out and out comedy but also feeling like this movie really wants to be a sequel to ET.
I'm just really curious how they could use Venkman in this climate, is he gonna hit on Carrie Coon
The Hasbro toys look good.