Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Ghostbusters Review













Ghostbusters 


Release Date: 15th November 1984 - Australia


Production Companies
Columbia Pictures 

Distribution
Sony Pictures Australia


Genre: Comedy

Rating: PG

Runtime: 101 minutes


Budget: $30,000,000

Box Office Gross: $291,632,124
(Worldwide)


Plot Summary
When the University 
downsizes the para-
psychology, Doctors 
Venkman, Stantz and 
Spengler make the leap
from scientists to
Ghostbusters, 
investigators and 
exterminators of 
paranormal pests! When 
the bewitching Diana 
Barrett discovers her 
refrigerator has become 
a portal into the spiritual 
dimension, our heroes 
come face to face with 
an ancient evil force with 
plans to raise hell in 
Manhattan.


Cast
Bill Murray - Dr. Peter Venkman
Dan Aykroyd - Dr. Raymond Stantz
Harold Ramis - Dr. Egon Spengler
Ernie Hudson - Winston Zeddmore
Sigourney Weaver - Diana 
Barrett
Rick Moranis - Louis Tully
Annie Potts - Janine Melintz
Slavitza Jovan - Gozer
Paddi Edwards - Gozer (Voice)
(Uncredited)
Ivan Reitman - Zuul/Slimer (Voice)

Crew
Producer/Director - Ivan Reitman
Writers - Dan Akyroyd, 
Harold Ramis and Rick 
Moranis (Uncredited)
Production Designer - John 
DeCuir
Costume Designers - Theoni 
V. Alderage and Suzy Benzinger (Uncredited)
Director of Photography - 
László Kovács
Special Effects Supervisor - Chuck Gasper
Visual Effects - Richard Edlund
Film Editors - David E. Blewitt 
and Sheldon Kahn
Music - Elmer Bernstein


Awards

1985 Academy Awards
Best Visual Effects - Richard Edlund, John Bruno, 
Mark Vargo and Chuck Gaspar (Nominated)
Best Music, Original Song "Ghostbusters" - 
Ray Parker Jr. (Nominated)


Review
G'day, filmgoers, here's a review of a scary-themed movie which believe it or not is a supernatural-comedy. Who you're gonna call... why it's GHOSTBUSTERS and its great that you're off watching a movie about chasing ghosts than seeing horrifying flicks in your home theatre. Like old great and historic comedies, mostly the condensed humour has aged timelessly enough to the older viewers. Few of the jokes had become increasingly dated and as a child, I didn't laugh all the way through the movie. 

The original cast of Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis were all marvellously and famously comedic enough getting the publicity and in the rest, other lead-stars Rick Moranis and Sigourney Weaver undermines their terrific stand-out roles and both characters get tangled in superstitious events. It's so grateful that the effects were mostly a moment of achievement to this film, but in obvious ways, the stop-motion animation has just now became outdated.

I seriously doubted that GHOSTBUSTERS and though I cared enough of not been a big fan like my brother. This is what I call it a good feature to watch with at least some scariest parts.

Star rating: (4/5) Good Movie


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