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Daily Archives: July 13, 2016
Movie Review: “Ghostbusters” are empowered, but at a loss for laughs
The new “Ghostbusters” is just different enough from the old “Ghost Busters” to be worth the trouble. Flipping the gender of the cast makes for an appreciably different take on the material, and the effects are 30 years bigger and … Continue reading