Friday, July 29, 2016

Movie Reviews: “Ghostbusters (2016)” and “Café Society”



   Ghostbusters (2016)
   Rated PG-13




Four women and their hunky assistant team up to investigate and eradicate poltergeists in New York City. 

I was a bit surprised by how much I enjoyed Ghostbusters (2016), though I should have known better since it features four outstanding comediennes. Modernized, but still paying homage to the original movie, Ghostbusters (2016) is as fun as the original. Additionally, Chris Hemsworth as the sweet, but dim assistant is the cherry on the top of the sundae!





   Café Society
   Rated PG-13





In the 1930’s, Bobby Dorfman moves from the Bronx to Hollywood, falls in love, moves back to New York and becomes an integral part of the high society nightclub scene.

Thoughtful, funny and ironic, Café Society is what I think of as a typical Woody Allen comedy-the characters are quirky, the road to love isn’t easy and the endings are often unexpected. If you’re in the mood for an intelligent comedy, Café Society is the movie to see!

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