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  • Not as funny as the first, but it was just as entertaining if not more

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Ghostbusters II kinda picks up where the last one left off with the gang chasing ghosts for profit, but this time the stakes are higher. After the business was basically destroyed after they got sued for making a mess of the town, the threat of ghostly

      attacks become wide spread and their services are once again needed, much to the dislike of the town officials. But what can they do, they have to turn to the only people who have knowledge of dealing with the danger so they called the Ghost busters to handle the matter as only they can. An excess of slime takes control over this sequel, that and they the need for a human host. A dark entity is awaken, it is the painting of a long lost evil ruler who wants to come back ...

      • Ghostbusters II (1989)
      to life and continue his campaign of death and destruction, but in order to do that, he must find himself a suitable host, and he made the mistake of choosing the child of a dear friend of one of the ghost busting team. The greatest moment
      is observing the manifestation of the stay puffed marsh mellow man that comes to life and makes a total mess of the town once again, no fault of the ghost busters. Not as funny as the first, but it was just as entertaining if not more. Happy viewing!




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Neil Ambridge says :

Can you include more detail on what you found most interesting? A lot of the information can be found on IMDB

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