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4th Mar '16 8:05:22 PM Pren
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* On the commentary, Harold Ramis mentions his favorite line from the reviews, and something every comedy film should aspire to: "The entire film is like a perfectly told joke."
19th Jan '16 2:11:57 PM MrDeath
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-->'''Venkman:''' Grab your sticks! [draws particle thrower]\\

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-->'''Venkman:''' Grab your sticks! Sticks! [draws particle thrower]\\
19th Jan '16 10:57:49 AM KevinW
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** This one goes hand-in-hand with a heartwarming moment, as Janine looks so happy to tell the boys they finally got a job. She's got an apathetic facade but she clearly wants the business to succeed.
22nd Nov '15 11:05:50 PM KevinW
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-->'''Venkman:''' Sticks! [draws particle thrower]\\

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-->'''Venkman:''' Sticks! Grab your sticks! [draws particle thrower]\\
2nd Nov '15 4:54:15 PM kchishol
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* How about what franchise did to the idea of supernatural horror? After decades of horror movies like ''Film/RosemarysBaby'', ''Film/TheExorcist'' and ''Film/TheOmen'' where [[ScienceIsUseless secular modern ways of understanding the world are helpless]] against against ancient eldritch horrors in a modern popular culture still grappling with modern social change, this franchise turn that feeling partially around with an landmark culturally iconoclastic (In regards to religion) series where ScienceHero characters face up to such nightmares with scientific learning that has created practical weapons anyone can use with a little familiarization and ''totally kick their asses!''

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* How about what franchise did to the idea of supernatural horror? After decades of horror movies like ''Film/RosemarysBaby'', ''Film/TheExorcist'' and ''Film/TheOmen'' where [[ScienceIsUseless secular modern ways of understanding the world are helpless]] against against ancient eldritch horrors in a modern popular culture still grappling with modern social change, this franchise turn turned that feeling partially around with an a landmark culturally iconoclastic (In regards to religion) series where ScienceHero characters face up to such nightmares with scientific learning that has created practical weapons anyone can use with a little familiarization and ''totally kick their asses!''
1st Nov '15 4:51:35 AM kchishol
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* How about what franchise did to the idea of supernatural horror? After decades of horror movies like ''Film/RosemarysBaby'', ''Film/TheExorcist'' and ''Film/TheOmen'' where [[ScienceIsUseless secular modern ways of understanding the world are helpless]] against against ancient eldritch horrors in a modern popular culture still grappling with modern social change, this franchise turn that feeling partially around with an landmark culturally iconoclastic (In regards to religion) series where ScienceHero characters face up to such nightmares with scientific learning and ''totally kick their asses!''

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* How about what franchise did to the idea of supernatural horror? After decades of horror movies like ''Film/RosemarysBaby'', ''Film/TheExorcist'' and ''Film/TheOmen'' where [[ScienceIsUseless secular modern ways of understanding the world are helpless]] against against ancient eldritch horrors in a modern popular culture still grappling with modern social change, this franchise turn that feeling partially around with an landmark culturally iconoclastic (In regards to religion) series where ScienceHero characters face up to such nightmares with scientific learning that has created practical weapons anyone can use with a little familiarization and ''totally kick their asses!''
1st Nov '15 4:44:33 AM kchishol
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* How about what franchise did to the idea of supernatural horror? After decades of horror movies like ''Film/RosemarysBaby'', ''Film/TheExorcist'' and ''Film/TheOmen'' where [[ScienceIsUseless secular modern ways of understanding the world are helpless]] against against ancient eldritch horrors in a modern popular culture still grappling with modern social change, this franchise turn that feeling partially around with an landmark culturally iconoclastic (In regards to religion) series where ScienceHero characters face up to such nightmares with scientific learning and ''totally kick their asses!''
10th Sep '15 3:07:11 PM Daikaiju
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* During the fight with the Scoleri brothers, the ghosts disappear into the walls of the courtroom after a few seconds, possibly to catch the 'Busters off guard with another attack. In response to this, Venkman begins to stiffly chuckle, to which Ray begins to quite hammily cackle like a witch(even Egon lets off a flat "Ha, ha.") Seconds later, the Scoleris reappear and the three heros proceed to wrangle and trap them. This could imply that that Peter, Ray and Egon are actually using a tactic they learned between the first and second movies to egg on or tempt violent ghosts to come after them, rather than wait for a counterattack.
12th Jul '15 4:23:38 PM sjh4889
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* A small one for Louis, but the second he sees Oscar standing on the ledge outside the window, his immediate reaction is to urgently tell Jeanine to call 911 immediately. He may not have been a Ghostbuster yet, but he did know when to call for help.
7th Jul '15 9:59:54 PM WhosAsking
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* When Peter, Ray, and Egon capture the Scoleri brothers and justify their business, the trio deliver these lines that emphatically say they've got their groove back:
-->'''Ray''': Two in the box...\\
'''Egon''': ...ready to go!\\
'''Peter''': We be fast and...\\
'''All three''': ''they be slow!''
::They then triumphantly walk outside the courtroom.:
-->'''Peter''': We're the best! We're the beautiful! [[BadassBoast We're the only...Ghostbusters!]]\\
'''Ray''': [[HesBack We're back!]]
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