Ghostbusters, is a cautionary tale about how the internet ruins everything. Yes, in this case, it isn't Hollywood ruining anything. While the film isn't a masterpiece, and it certainly isn't anywhere near as good as the original, Ghostbusters is solid summer cinema. It's funny, colorful, and pure entertainment. The film is fun escapism for the summer sun. The four leads are perfect together, each playing off each other nicely. Kate McKinnon, is a hoot and is so much fun to watch. McCarthy and Wiig, ground the team nicely, and Leslie Jones is fantastic. Chris Hemsworth, is hysterical as well, and is quite charming here. That being said, the cast is what holds this film together. The story leaves a little to be desired, and the villain is pretty weak. This is a comedy as well, and not all the jokes are going to land. The fan-service doesn't always work either. However, there are some really funny set-pieces at play here. I actually quite enjoyed the finale as well. Surprisingly, the 3D is really effective too. While overall, the film has a few bumpy patches, Ghostbusters is actually one of the better reboots Tinseltown has churned out. It's a lot of fun.