According to news reports, the 2016 edition of Ghostbusters — the reboot featuring an all-female cast — has an official green-light. Reactions from original cast members Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Sigourney Weaver have been both complimentary and favorable. But until 2016, who ya gonna call?
So this past weekend, I had a completely ridiculous random thought. It actually wasn’t about any particular readers of this blog mind you, but came about because of Pete Venkman’s comeback, “No, it sounds like you have enough people in there already,” in Ghostbusters.
Yeah, I watched Ghostbusters. Yes, again. Yes, of course I thought the video game was hilarious. That’s partially why I decided to watch the movie again. Seriously? Whatever… Anyway… *snicker*
So basically, umm…
If they had Multiple Personality Disorder, would it count as group sex? I wonder how crazy would the dirty talk get if they were “all” into it?
There is, of course, a reason those questions are labeled as rhetoric. 😉
Sure, some people are sick of it, but c’mon… When’s the last time you watched it on DVD?
In what may be Bill Murray’s most sarcastic role ever, Dr. Peter Venkman goes down as a classic character in movie history. His pointed retorts, grandiose embellishments and perfect comedic timing truly made this one of the best comedies of the 80’s.
There is no pretense with this movie. It is what is. Fortunately, the Murray/Aykroyd/Ramis trio played off of each other — not to mention everyone else — perfectly, delivering some truly classic lines and insults.
“I make it a rule: never get involved with possessed people… ahh, actually, it’s more of a guideline than a rule…”
“No, I think you’ve got enough people in there already.”
“No, we’re exterminators. Someone saw a cockroach up on twelve.”
“Listen! You smell something?”
“We came, we saw, we kicked its ass!”
And lastly, my personal favorite…
“Everything was fine until dickless here…”
“They caused an explosion!”
“…came and shut down the power grid.”
“Is this true, Venkman?”
“Yes, sir, it’s true. This man has no dick.”
Now, the TV version of Ghostbusters? Sure, it sucks… But I’d still rather watch it than that sullen, little, bald malcontent in the orange sweater who can’t kick a football every friggin’ year…
Hey, sue me… Just because it’s blasphemous doesn’t mean it’s not funny…