Ghostbusters Beyond, a sequel to the original films, divides critics and scores a lower grade than Paul Feig and Melyssa McCarthy’s controversial 2016 reboot.
The Ghostbusters they are back in Ghostbusters Beyond, a new reboot-sequel to the franchise directed by Jason Reitman, director of Juno and Up in the Air, and son of Ivan Reitman, director of the Ghostbusters original from 1984. It will be released on December 3 in Spanish cinemas.
The first reviews have been mixed: some praise the news of the cast and how enjoyable it is, but others criticize that it abuses nostalgia. In our review, we found it a very worthy film that knows how to measure nostalgia, but they are missing more imagination.
The truth is that the movie is being so divisive … that currently, on the Rotten Tomatoes review aggregator, it has a worse score than the 2016 movie, the reboot (which was not a canon sequel) with Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon.
With 161 reviews posted, Ghostbusters Afterlife have a 62% acceptance: approved by the movies. Ghostbusters (2016), however, it has a 74% with 390 reviews accounted for.
Something totally different happens in the users note: that of Paul Feig suspended with 49% with 100,000 critics counted. In the new one, only 500 user reviews have been counted, but all positive, with 96% approval (which will fluctuate in the coming weeks).
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Paul Rudd, another regular Saturday Night Life comedian, stars in the new installment of Ghostbusters, which leaves Manhattan’s Big Apple for a rural setting. But it’s a canonical sequel to the first two 80s movies … With all that that means.
On December 3, you will be able to see Ghostbusters Beyond in Spanish cinemas, but you can kill the bug with this clip, which brings up an old acquaintance from the franchise. What’s more, Iniesta, David Villa or Pepe Reina have participated in the promotion in a brutal promo.
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Ghostbusters Beyond has a worse average score on Rotten Tomatoes than the 2016 movie