Previously in the Countdown To GB16 series...
- Ghostbusters- Passing The Torch.
- Ghostbusters: The Lean Years (Part 2)
- Ghostbusters: The Lean Years (Part 3)
- Ghostbusters: Lame claim to fame?(quickie bonus episode)
5 days to go!!!!!!!
So, the reviews are coming in, and Rotten Tomatoes is holding at 74%
It doesn't suck, it doesn't ruin childhoods, in fact, it's good, and the haters are lying weasels.
Or driven by politics and pride.
They were wrong.
And they're being sore losers as expected.
This is gonna be fun. B-)
Still, Sony's marketing department has some 'splainin' to do.
Course, I've seen so many trailers in my day, I can mentally cut through the choppy quality of clunky editing to the quality of the real film underneath.
I'm smarter than them.
That's not bragging, that's cold reality.
I always knew it was good, it was the reviews that were the big breath hold.
I can exhale now.
Next comes opening weekend receipts.
If it can blow past the predictions, that'd be great.
Rotten Tomatoes should help as much as it hurt BvS.
Also, as I said here...
For me, GB16 just has to be better than GB2.
If it can clear that hurdle, anything above that is gravy.
It's better than GB2.
I'm so fucking excited.
The wait until Friday will be torture.
I haven't wanted a movie this bad since...I dunno, Return Of The Jedi, maybe Freddy vs Jason.
As much as I wound up loving The Force Awakens, I was cautious about that one going in.
Caution is to the wind with this one.
I'm fucking over the moon.
I've got my key lime slime Twinkies tucked away in my file cabinet.
I already ate a box, and they're fucking scrumptious.
Can't seem to find the Marshmallow Man ones.
Ecto-Cooler hasn't shown up yet either.
The greenies will have to do.
I've been keeping a digital scrapbook on a flash drive, and using it as graphics ammo for these posts.
I've kept it all.
Set pics, merch, ads, trailers, vignettes, interviews, posters, all of it.
I wonder how much of it I'll save after I've seen the flick.
How much will finally knowing the film make superfluous?
I'm almost as interested as I am in the film itself.
5 days....5 days...120 hours.
Someone give me a fast-forward button for time.