Ghostbusters (opens in new tab) hits cinemas today (in the UK at least) and thanks to the premiere and various preview screenings, a fair few fans have already seen it. So, were the haters right or not? Surprise, surprise, it doesn't looks like it.
Our full review is up now (opens in new tab), but from the initial reactions on Twitter you can see that most people agree that Paul Feig's new movie is funny, action-packed, and well-deserving of praise. Well done guys!
Of course, this means accusations are already doing the rounds that journalists and others have taken bribes for positive reviews because there's just no way this movie can be good (*sigh*).
Read on for some of the best reactions to the new Ghostbusters movie and check out our review for a deeper look at Paul Feig's 'energetic, unapologetic' reboot. (opens in new tab)
Thank you for the invite, @paulfeig! I GREATLY enjoyed @Ghostbusters last night!! Really solid laughs!July 10, 2016
GHOSTBUSTERS confirms that Paul Feig comedy is hard to capture in trailers. The movie is HILARIOUS.July 10, 2016
Ghostbusters is so much fun. There are some plot issues but they're drowned out by the fact it's incredibly funny with AMAZING action.July 10, 2016
Three quick things to know about Ghostbusters: very funny, looks great, is actually *about something*. Review as soon as I can write itJuly 10, 2016
Ghostbusters seen. Good but not amazing. Cast great, some nice lines, set up & ghosts. Weak end more spectacle than resolution though.July 10, 2016
Kate McKinnon is everything in @Ghostbusters. She should have been in EVERY SCENE. #Ghostbusters #McKinnonLoveJuly 11, 2016
Directed by Paul Feig and starring Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones, and Chris Hemsworth, Ghostbusters opens in the UK today and in the US on July 15, 2016.
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