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posted by whatsupbugs
Ivan Reitman, a legendary director, has passed away. He was the director of Ghostbusters. Thanks to the ongoing success of that film, Ivan Reitman's legacy will continue to live on in the hearts of fans.

In 1984, the world was given the gift of the first Ghostbusters film. We have Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis to thank for the script of that film and we have Ivan Reitman to thank for directing the film. The film was so successful that it led to cartoons, toys and a loyal, passionate fanbase.

Believe it or not, there was a time where there was talk of Ivan Reitman making a batman film. The film...
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posted by Windrises
This my review of the Ghostbusters. Ghostbusters had 2 films in the 1980s' and the new film came out in 2016. It's time to find out which Ghostbuster film is the best and which Ghostbusters film is worth being busted por the ghostbusters.

1984 film review:

The first Ghostbusters film of often considered to be the best Ghostbusters film which is understandable. This is my favorito 1980s' film. It's aged well due to its' clever writing, good pacing, and entertaining cast. The film is a comedy, but it also has adventure and excitement.

The Ghostbusters are a good team. I like all 4 of the members....
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posted by RayJamesRaywerc
The six Ghostbusters expecting a call from a client
and beep beep beep beep beep !!! Terra: Hello from a ghost you give me your address are ok send Ghostbusters. Have a customer !!! Terra pressing the alert button. Tommy-Lee awoke instantly. Humphrey has finished playing the xbox 360. Garth has no time to eat the cheeseburger. ate all the food. Lily was preparing chocolate chip cookie. Kate closed the book that read. Kyle finished repairing his business because he is the genius of the band I was all suits and their machines. he slid down a pole former firefighters. they all went to the Ecto-1...
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Columbia Pictures is getting serious about scaring up a new installment of its blockbuster "Ghostbusters" franchise.
The studio has set "The Office" co-exec producers Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky to write a script for a film designed to bring back together the original cast of Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson.

Studio would not comment on the development and has been mum on recent rumors that there was interest in making another installment of the franchise.

The scribes just wrote "Year One," a comedy that was directed por Ramis....
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