Ghostbusters (2016)


To say that Ghostbusters has had pressure placed on its shoulders is a bit of an understatement. If it fails it sadly gives a particular sub-section of the internet all the more reason to spill their bile-filled views. While it would be harsh to blame Paul Feig for that if it were to happen, it is hard not to root for this most reviled of films.

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Skyfall wasn’t just responsible for elevating James Bond back to the top of the Hollywood totem pole.  It can also take credit for doing the same for spy movies in general and this year there seems a bit of a resurgence in the genre.  We’ve already seen Kingsman and later in the year we will have The Man From U.N.C.L.E.  In the here and now we have Spy, from future Ghostbusters director Paul Feig.

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St Vincent

If there is one thing that can always be said about Bill Murray films, it is that they contain Bill Murray, a fact that instantly improves them by around 50%.  His most recent role, as the Vincent in Theodore Melfi’s St Vincent, see’s him being particularly wonderfully Bill Murray, as the gruff, prone to a drink elderly gentlemen, who takes up the role of father figure to the young protagonist Oliver (Jaeden Lieberher).

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