It’s a Ridley Scott medieval epic deeply exploring the harsh and age-old truths of a woman caught in the middle of a man’s world.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife is a sometimes rousing, sometimes amusing, and sometimes unbalanced continuation of a beloved franchise that Hollywood doesn’t want to see die.
Its sweetness and well-intentioned message prevails during its viewing, but otherwise it’s just an OK and rather forgettable animated film.
[W]alking away from the movie you just can’t help but be utterly impressed by the work from Jonathan Majors and LaKeith Stanfield
Rather than really make an effort to change things, the production clearly saw the previous movie’s success as validation of its bad choices...
[F]eels like a quick Cliff's Notes version of what really happened, with a blazing fast pace robbing the movie of any semblance of impact
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