There’s one thing unusual within the neighborhood — particularly, in the event you ask many followers of the 80s comedy traditional “Ghostbusters,” the dearth of humor within the new “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” trailer. Some are ripping the reboot’s comparatively severe tone as “bizarre” whereas others are questioning why a movie through which “that’s a big twinkie” is uttered is held in such excessive regard within the first place.
“Ghostbusters: Afterlife” got here again to hang-out us Tuesday, dropping a brand new trailer that includes extra perception into the film’s plot, hints at a few of its nostalgic cameos and an unexpectedly reverent perspective towards its foolish, sarcastic supply materials. Because, as beforehand talked about, the unique “Ghostbusters” is mostly perceived as a comedy — however the trailers for “Afterlife” have to this point made this sequel appear extra like a drama.
The movie was directed by Jason Reitman, son of Ivan Reitman, who directed the unique 1984 flick starring Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd and Harold Ramis. While the choice to maintain the franchise within the household could have been Sony’s manner of appeasing the fanbase, the most recent sneak peek appears to be doing something however.
The trailer has YouTube movie critics Patrick Willems and Jay Bauman questioning whether or not we’re speaking about the identical “Ghostbusters” right here. But they weren’t alone.
Now, this new have a look at “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” did unfold its fair proportion of spooky cheer. It additionally drudged up the talk raised by the 2016 reboot as as to whether the unique movie deserves such sacred standing and subsequently, why it could be impervious to inventive adjustments.
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