Weaver is now a divorced mom whose baby the ghost of an ancient madman seeks to possess so that he can take over the world. Not quite as hysterical as the original, but successful nevertheless!
A shell-shocked Vietnam veteran emerges from years of isolation to reconcile with his teenage son.
Decent account of the life and death of Christ. Von Sydow's portrayal of Jesus is inspiring!
A well intentioned loser makes a bad career decision and turns to a life of crime where he fails miserably. Some very funny moments mark Allen's directorial debut.
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The superstars of the supernatural reunite to battle an enormous underground river of slime that threatens New York City in this hilarious sequel.
They're back! Four years removed from their previous adventures, the former Ghostbusters are under a restraining order, and have fallen to hosting cult cable talk shows (Bill Murray's Dr. Peter Venkman) and entertaining at children's birthday parties (Stantz and Zeddemore, played by Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson). Dana Barrett (Sigourney Weaver), having broken up with Venkman, had a baby with another man, but the marriage dissolved. It is precisely 8-month-old Oscar, whose baby carriage mysteriously rolls off on its own, who prompts Dana to get in touch with the Ghostbusters to make a desperate plea for help. With a strange feeling about her co-worker...intense, quirky art restorer Janosz Poha (Peter MacNicol)--she realizes that the supernatural has once again invaded her life, and who's she gonna call?
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