OK, so after literally decades of breathless anticipation, Hollywood is finally moving forward on another Ghostbusters film. Two, to be exact, which may or may not tie into an entire cinematic universe of Ghostbusters movies. That's great news for all us Ghostbusters fans, right? Surely better news than we could've reasonably hoped for in the wake of series co-creator and founding Ghostbuster Harold Ramis' death.
It's certainly better than a Slimer spinoff based on nightmarish Internet slash fic.
Let me ask you all a question, and feel free to write your answer down or just speak it aloud to whatever room you happen to be sitting in -- what was it about Ghostbusters that made that movie so great?
Was it the rich, sprawling mythology of the ghostbusting universe?
Or was it Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Harold Ramis teaming up to make a comedy in the prime of their careers?
Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's that second one.
Also in the prime of its career: Ernie Hudson's mustache game.