ByEvelyn Walton, writer at Creators.co
I am over 525,600 years old, I reside in a wardrobe that doesn't lead to Narnia because it's a T.A.R.D.I.S, I am also a 400 foot tall purple

I remember when my father first showed me Ghostbusters. My very first reaction to the film: "What the hell is a Neutrona Wand?" However, by the end I was already practicing Sigourney Weaver impersonations, "Are you the Gate Keeper?". For some odd reason, the film just happened to contain the right amount of smart a** wise cracks and Sci-Fi, a requirement of the time, and it took off like a stream-powered space shuttle.

To this day, my father will still make references to the film and all its innate glory. He is also a huge fan of both Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy, so when we found out about the reboot, well, you can imagine what his response was.

I personally find the whole idea to be ironic. For one, the majority of the cast is female, except for Chris Hemsworth, and I cannot help but laugh maniacally at the thought of Chris Hemsworth saying, "We got one!". However, the film was immediately met with derision rather than acceptance - which is something I can't tolerate.

Oh dear, an all female reboot of Ghostbusters is being released, time to let out groans of displeasure and disappointment. I mean, really?

  • One, it's just a film.
  • Two, it will bring even more hilarity to the franchise.
  • Three, think of all the young girls who will feel a sense of empowerment and a need to fight ghosts after seeing the film.

Why would anyone have a problem with a film like that? Go team, fight ghosts, save the day and do the thing. What thing? The thing.

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