If you are anything like me you enjoy seeing life spelled out in simple top ten lists rather than reading long, bulky articles with tons of text. Plus, top ten lists usually have cool pictures. I got this idea off of www.toptenz.net which is a great site to explore if you get bored at work. I hope you enjoy and check back soon as I am planning on posting one that covers the film, Independence Day with the world’s best actor, Bill Pullman. Enjoy!
New York City is the hub for the supernatural, Sigourney Weaver and any deceased New Yorker that was ever pissed off at anything.
New York City is the hub for the supernatural, Sigourney Weaver and any deceased New Yorker that was ever pissed off at anything. The Marshmallow man’s face says it all.
This Guy (William Atherton) is a total douche.
Sure, you may recognize him as the TV Reporter from Die Hard I and II or maybe as the crazy scientist from Bio-Dome. Whatever you remember him by, in Ghostbusters he is known as EPA Inspector, Walter Peck and the one who almost causes a permanent influx of ghostastrophe into the city.
Ernie Hudson, known as Winston Zeddemore in Ghostbusters I and II, is the only Black person living in NYC.
Yes, I realize that Reginald VelJohnson (Family Matters’ Carl Winslow) makes a 2.5 second appearance as a guard in jail, but rumor is that they filmed that scene in Los Angeles so he doesn’t count.
Chevy Chase is the 6th Ghostbuster.
Fortunately for humans that like genuine acting, Rick Moranis grabbed life by the horns and told Chevy to pack his bags for National Lampoons.
Anything that dies in New York City automatically becomes a prehistoric bitch.
Have you ever actually looked at the ghosts in the movie? Not one of them actually resembles anything. Well, I shouldn’t give it away, but the next item on the list negates this.
No matter what you resembled while you were living, you come back looking like Rosie O’Donnell in the afterlife.
Whether you are a fan of Rosie O’Donnell or not, you cannot deny the similarity between the two pictures. Were they separated at birth? Extreme coincidence?
Bill Murray’s teeth are made from shattered porcelain.
I love Bill Murray’s work as an actor, but if you have watched every single moment of these films 6,113 times like I have, you start to notice the little things.
Sigourney Weaver is a total hoe bag.
First, Rick Moranis then Bill Murray then some dude from her orchestra she had a kid with then back to Bill Murray? She is attractive in a Lady Gaga Halloween costume sort of way after about 10 Dos Equis.
Eddie Murphy was the 7th Ghostbuster.
Although this has yet to be proven, one cannot deny that if the great casting agent in the sky had not chosen the spectacular Ernie Hudson to play the 4th Ghostbuster in the films, that his next choice would not have been Eddie Murphy. My favorite Eddie Murphy film will always be the remake of The Nutty Professor.
If your name rhymes with “be gone” you can build a sophisticated, new age, supernatural bedchamber for storing the paranormal in about 7 seconds.
Yes, we are talking about this man, Egon Spengler, played by the great Harold Ramis. I’m not saying that Harold Ramis is unintelligent by any means, but seriously, how does this guy come up with this stuff?