Film: A reboot that’s a ghost of its former self

The latest attempt to rejuvenate the Ghostbusters franchise falls as flat as its 2016 predecessor

21st November, 2021
Film: A reboot that’s a ghost of its former self
Too little, too late: Celeste O’Connor, Finn Wolfhard, Logan Kim and McKenna Grace star in Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Picture: Kimberly French/Sony Pictures Entertainment

Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Directed by Jason Reitman

Nationwide, 12A

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