I want you but I can’t have you. Period. Except you threw in a comma, I want you but I can’t have you, although we can still be friends. So I had to take what I craved in you and take what you’ve given me and make a semicolon; I wan’t you but I can’t have you; I can’t want you anymore.
I think it’s safe to assume that we all have heard the awful reviews and the terrible things people have said about our beloved new Ghostbusters and it’s just not fair! This movie’s success is crucial in determining if other studios are willing to produce more movies like Ghostbusters. And I don’t know about you, but I would very much like to see more of Abby, Erin, Patty, and Holtzmann.
Because of all the resentment, there is no guarantee of a sequel. The haters have been oh-so vocal in telling the world that our ladies aren’t good enough. But now it’s our turn. Other fans have taken to twitter using the tag #GhostbustersSequel to let Sony know that we loved the movie and we want more! We need to we have to encourage Sony to give us the sequel that these amazing women deserve!
Bust out some tweets and reblog to spread the word!
“You speak of sacrifice, but it is not my sacrifice I offer. It is yours I ask of you,“ he went on. "I can offer you my life, but it is a short life; I can offer you my heart, though I have no idea how many more beats it shall sustain. But I love you enough to hope that you wil not care that I am being selfish in trying to make the rest of my life - whatever length - happy, by spending it with you. I want to be married to you, Tessa. I want it more than I have ever wanted anything else in my life.” He looked up at her through the veil of silvery hair that fell over his eyes. “That is,” he said shyly, “if you love me, too.”