I take back any negative things I said about the new Ghostbusters. This movie was very funny, very action-packed, and if I’m gonna be honest, the ghosts were notably creepier than the original film’s. But above all, there are two things that NEED to be said.

1. We all owe Paul Feig an apology. This movie was an excellent reimagining of the Ghostbusters, and while it may not be superior to the original, it is definitely a lot of fun, to the point that I can forgive Sony for not giving us a Ghostbusters 3. Mr. Feig truly did his best with this film and it paid off.

2. Whoever was in charge of the editing for the trailers needs to be fired. The trailers to this movie were VERY misleading as to how much fun and humorous this movie was, and that definitely had an impact on its box office earnings. Some of the jokes do indeed fall flat, but for some reason the trailers chose to go with the weakest jokes in the entire film.

Please do yourself a favor and see this movie. I was entirely wrong about the potential for this film. All four women were really great and funny, and this is coming straight from the mouth of someone who usually doesn’t like Melissa McCarthy’s characters. You will not be disappointed.


Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, and Leslie Jones are ready to bust some ghosts in this new set of character posters for Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot.

Wiig plays Erin Gilbert, a particle physicist, academic firebrand, and spectral warrior. McKinnon is Jillian Holtzmann, a nuclear engineer, munitions expert, and proton wrangler. McCarthy is Abby Yates, a paranormal researcher, supernatural scientist, and entity trapper. Jones is Patty Tolan, a ghost tracker, municipal historian, and metaphysical commando


For ONE man, setting up security questions is impossible.


“We’re really not that good, but, goddammit, we’re good enough!” 

picklesandwine  asked:

Hey! I was wondering if you happen to have a gif of Ilana saying, "Who yells?" from the episode from season one when they're in talking to Neil Casey - it's the episode where she loses a tooth on the candy. No worries if not, I've just had so much trouble finding it. Thanks! :)

Hey there picklesandwine, I don’t have it in my Neil Casey tag, so no, I don’t think there is one. I made one for you, though, since I’m assuming you wanted it as a reaction gif, so I only had to gif that one line, which was super quick.


Above Average is excited to premiere our new series The Sidecar, written by SNL’s Bobby Moynihan.


Bobby Moynihan as Brick
Neil Casey (Belle and Bernice) as Fracture
Chris Gethard (The Line) as Blue Jay
John Gabrus as Sloppy Hero

Above Average viewers…I don’t know how you’re feeling (hope your fall is swell so far!) but we’re super jazzed about this. And your viewership. And the rest of our channel. 

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On the heels of news that Matt Walsh (UCB, Veep) has been added to the cast, another huge announcement from the Ghostbusters reboot!


Movies Watched in 2016

Ghostbusters (2016) | dir. Paul Feig