I enjoyed the reboot of Ghostbusters. It was fun to recall seeing the original 30 years (!) ago. My wife and I had seen it in the theatre shortly before I departed for studies in Austria, where I saw it in German! The audience in the U.S. laughed uproariously when the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man emerged as the Ghostbusters' nemesis (a unique mix of pathos and humor); the Austrian audience was dumbfounded at the translation: "Mein liebster Marshmallow-Mann" (as I recall - "My Favorite Marshmallow-Man"). There was no such moment for me in the 2016 version, but I did exclaim and jump in my seat as the first ghost in the movie spewed 3D projectile slime into my lap. There were a few too many "I got this" and "Let's do this" proclamations (script, anyone?), but I soon warmed to this all-female ghost busting team and their loony secretary, Kevin. Lacking were the truly scary moments (provided by Sigourney Weaver in the original) to stand in contrast to the campy humor, but I did enjoy the natural and supernatural cameos from the old cast. A congenial, feel-good night out at the movies, with a heapin' helpin' of nostalgia for those of us old enough to have lived the release of the original. Recommended.