While Jason Reitman probably couldn’t do it Ghostbusters the movie was as divisive as the last movie even if he tried, the release Kingdom Come has stirred up an interesting and lively debate online.
It’s the sequel fans have been waiting for since 1989, one that sees the director following in his father’s footsteps to deliver a worthy supernatural comedic sequel that sets the stage for many sequels. Fan-made blockbusters are a solid idea in practice, but the execution itself often disappoints them.
While some parts of the online community are praising Ghostbusters: Afterlife from rooftops, others weren’t impressed with the heavy lame of nostalgia and the surprising lack of laughter, as you can see from the reactions below.
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If you really want to start a Twitter debate with a sentence or less, tell someone you firmly believe that Paul Feig’s reboot is better. Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and see what happens. The Rotten Tomatoes score of the latter is lagging behind the score of the former, so we know which critics favor, but it’s still curious to see that social media disagrees when praising a project that’s been 32 years in the making, a project specifically designed to make them happy.
https://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/ghostbusters-afterlife-proving-surprisingly-polarizing-among-fans/ The Afterlife ‘Proves the surprising polarization among fans