Times change. Movies change. People change. This isn't the Ghostbusters for the 1984 you. This is the Ghostbusters for the 2016 you. I doubt you're still a child so I doubt that it can ruin something that's already passed about 15 years ago at the least.
With a film like Ghostbusters, the pitfalls may be even more hazardous. Thirty years has elapsed since the wildly popular hit swept box office charts and won lifetime adherents. Times and even humor have changed.
Today's political climate is remarkably contentious. Disagreement is rapid and downright vitriolic. To be sure, Americans agree on relatively few thin...
The quality of the Ghostbusters reboot has been one of the most divisive topics on the internet in 2016. Legions of fans (men) have decried the reboot as terrible for having an all-female team. But now that the film is certified fresh where do we go from here?
I think it's fair to say that director Ivan Reitman's Ghostbusters from 1984 enjoys a level of adoration that's probably disproportionate to the ...
Who woulda thunk that a remake of the 1986 beloved hit Ghostbusters recast with women would work? Kudos to director Paul Feig who keeps all the elements moving at a lively, harmonious and hilarious pace.
People really, truly hate the idea of women "taking over" their beloved Ghostbusters. But I don't feel like women are taking it over. I feel like women are getting to finally be Bill Murray.
A Weekend With The Family plays like an African-American version of Meet The Parents with just as many, if not more, laughs. In the film, Whang plays Sue Clancy, a traditional Korean-born woman married to a black man named John (Dorien Wilson).
December has dawned and with it have come the lists. Site & Sound kicked it off with their Best Films (International Division), and then the Independent Spirit nominees followed, and then the National Board of Review, and then, and then, and then.
On November 30, Ben Stiller turns 50.He fell in love with performing when he was just a kid.
Both actors can handle comedy and drama, have been in a nice mix of Oscar contenders and crowd pleasers, do funny stuff on late night shows, and both display an effortless, non-threatening, regular-guy appeal that makes them easy to relate to and root for.
For Minnie, acting on her sexual desire is transformational. Her mother says, "You have a kind of power -- you just don't know it yet." But indeed, Minnie does know, and she acts. She is a sexual agent who refuses to be manipulated.
The world continues to be stunned and confused by the announcement that Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell are starring in A Deadly Adoption, a Lifetime movie premiering this weekend.
I don't think Welcome to Me is trying to make any larger statements about the world or mental disorders, but the film is an interesting reflection on the role television continues to hold in our lives.
I enjoyed Kristen Wiig's surprise appearance as Sia's stand in for "Chandelier," as Sia does not face the audience while singing. BTW, can Kristen Wiig be a stand in for me in all aspects of my life? Please and thank you.