Ghostbusters: Answer the Call

Ghostbusters: Answer the Call

Director: Paul Feig Cast: Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon

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Overview

Two paranormal researchers (Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy) join forces with a nuclear engineer (Kate McKinnon) and a subway attendant (Leslie Jones) to fight off a slew of ghosts that have invaded New York City. Eventually, they come face-to-face with an evil entity who can control human beings. Chris Hemsworth co-stars as the ladies' hunky receptionist. Paul Feig (Bridesmaids) directed this reboot of the 1980s franchise; Ivan Reitman, director of both the original film and Ghostbusters II, produced. ~ Daniel Gelb

Product Details

Release Date: 10/11/2016
UPC: 0043396470491
Original Release: 2016
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:57:00
Sales rank: 15,738

Special Features

Jokes-a-plenty: a free-for-all; Meet the team; Visual effects: 30 years lated; Slime time; Director's and Writers' commentary; Filmmaker commentary; Photo gallery

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kristen Wiig Erin Gilbert
Melissa McCarthy Abby Yates
Kate McKinnon Jillian Holtzman
Leslie Jones Patty Tolan
Charles Dance Harold Filmore
Chris Hemsworth Kevin
Michael Kenneth Williams Agent Hawkins
Sigourney Weaver Rebecca Gorin
Ernie Hudson Uncle Bill
Dan Aykroyd Cabbie
Zach Woods Tour Guide
Karan Soni Bennie
Ed Begley Ed Mulgrave
John Milhiser Higgins Student
Ben Harris Higgins Student
Bess Rous Gertrude Aldridge Ghost
Steve Higgins Dean
Neil Casey Rowan North
David "Gruber" Allen Electrocuted Ghost
Katie Dippold Rental Agent
Nathan Corddry Graffiti Artist
Daniel Ramis Metal Head
Pat Kiernan NY1 News Anchor #1
Bill Murray Martin Heiss
Michael McDonald Jonathan The Theater Manager
Jaime Pacheco Fernando the Janitor
Adam Ray Lead Singer,Voice of Slimer
Eugene Cordero Bass Guitarist
Ryan Levine Rock Guitarist
Dan Teicher Rock Guitarist
Davey Jones Ely The Drummer
Theodore Shapiro Keyboardist
Matteo Borghese Lightboard Operator
Ozzy Osbourne Famous Rock Star
Jeanine Ramirez Reporter Outside Theater
Jessica Chaffin Waitress
Jamie Denbo Waitress
Toby Huss Officer Stevenson
Matt Walsh Agent Rorke
Andy Garcia Mayor Bradley
Cecily Strong Jennifer Lynch
Annie Potts Desk Clerk
Cheryl Wills NY1 News Anchor #2
Sam Richardson Basement Cop
Steve Bannos Flasher Ghost
Tom Yi Flashed Man
Susan Park Flashed Woman
Milana Vayntrub Subway Rat Woman
Anthony Viveiros Police Officer
Stephen "Twitch" Boss Police Officer
Robin Shelby Voice of Lady Slimer
Rosanna Scotto Fox 5 News Anchor
Greg Kelly Fox 5 News Anchor
Johnny Higgins Baba Booey Shouter

Technical Credits
Paul Feig Director,Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Audra Avery Art Director
Dan Aykroyd Executive Producer
Chris Bancroft Animator
Ravi Bansal Art Director
Ali Bell Executive Producer
Emil Bidiuc Animator
Stephen "Twitch" Boss Choreography
Julien Boudou Animator
Melissa Bretherton Editor
Paul Buckley Special Effects Supervisor
Patrick Capone Cinematographer
Rhys Davey Animator
Katie Dippold Screenwriter
Lorin Flemming Art Director
Daniel Fotheringham Animator
Beat Frutiger Art Director
Mark Hawker Special Effects Supervisor
David Henderson Animator
Jessie Henderson Executive Producer
James Hollingworth Animator
James Humphries Animator
Sony Pictures Imageworks Animator
Daniel Jervis Animator
Allison Jones Casting
Maria Juergens Animator
Fiona Kaye Animator
Jeffrey Kurland Costumes/Costume Designer
Arief Leuvenardi Animator
Charles Libin Camera Operator
Bruce MacCallum Camera Operator
Ineke Majoor Executive Producer
Richard Mays Set Decoration/Design
Ian McFadyen Art Director
Joe Medjuck Executive Producer
Loic Miermont Animator
Courtenay Miles Asst. Director
Jun Zee Myers Animator
Amy Pascal Producer
James Paul Associate Producer
Michael J. Payne Sound/Sound Designer
Alex Plapinger Associate Producer
Melanie Plett Animator
Tom Pollock Executive Producer
Christopher Raymond Camera Operator
Eric Reich Associate Producer
Ivan Reitman Producer
Artist W. Robinson Asst. Director
Guillaume Roux Animator
Brad Rubin Art Director
Jefferson Sage Production Designer
Steven M. Saylor Set Decoration/Design
Patrick Scalise Set Decoration/Design
Theodore Shapiro Score Composer
Michele Imperato Stabile Executive Producer
Tim Strain Animator
Aljo Thomas Animator
Thiago Tirapelle Animator
Karen Triest Sound/Sound Designer
Jon Turburfield Animator
Ben Waisbren Executive Producer
Matthew Weaver Animator
Erica Weis Musical Direction/Supervision
Brent White Editor
Robert Yeoman Cinematographer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Ghostbusters
1. Chapter 1
2. Chapter 2
3. Chapter 3
4. Chapter 4
5. Chapter 5
6. Chapter 6
7. Chapter 7
8. Chapter 8
9. Chapter 9
10. Chapter 10
11. Chapter 11
12. Chapter 12
13. Chapter 13
14. Chapter 14
15. Chapter 15
16. Chapter 16

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Ghostbusters: Answer the Call 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I watched the original as a kid I had trouble finding it funny. Jokes seemed either funny or uncomfortable, and I hadno one to really look up to considering that both women in the film - only two women of any importance in THE ENTIRE MOVIE - were shallow characters at best. And then I saw this reboot. The dialogue is snappy and fantastically written, and performed by a cast so perfect for their roles one could not imagine them as anyone else. It is similar enough to the first film to bring back nostalgia, but thankfully improves on some of the earlier movies faults. IT IS SO BEAUTIFULLY DONE. The female characters are fleshed out and complex, flipping the stereotype on it's head. The provides a welcome break from so many male-dominated franchises, and, as the male characters echo their female counterparts from the first film, they point out how awkward some of the situations in the first movie were. I will say that the ending was a bit trite. It didn't need to be quite that saccharin, but it was still fantastic. I hope they'll be making a sequel. I'd love to see more!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When the preview came out, this looked like another P.O.S. remake. I would have ignored it entirely, but the controversy made that impossible. I finally saw it, when a rental discount let me get it for free. I just wanted to know if it could be as terrible as people said it is. My answer is that this isn't the worst movie ever, but it's horrible for many reasons. 1st) Sony attacked everyone who was appalled by the preview. That's the point of a preview. For viewers to get a taste of the movie, and judge if it looks good. 2nd) The online tweets utilized Hillary's slogan "Glass Ceiling" Then later endorsed Hillary directly. This movie pushed social and political issues and hijacked the "Ghost Busters" Title to do it. 3rd) The guest appearances of The Real Ghost Busters, had them playing characters that were opposing this cast. They played men ridiculing and obstructing this team. 4th) This team caught their first ghost, and then let it go. 5th) Rowan North was behind all the trouble. The world was endangered: Not by an ancient being, demonic power, or by a cult. But by a pathetic, little, man. 6th) Rowan fried himself with his own machine. First these women called themselves ghostbusters. Second it's revealed Rowan based his machine on their early research. Despite both of those, none of the team realized Rowan died specifically to become a powerful ghost?! 7th) It's shown that one of Rowan's ghostly powers was the ability to control living humans. Yet when the team arrived, he let them fight. Why didn't Rowan just control them, the same way he did everyone else?! 8th) The Ghostbusters logo was the giant form Rowan used to attack the city. This had the emblem of the Gostbusters trying to destroy the world. Also, how this team stopped Rowan was by shooting that emblem right between the legs. So: This movie was made to push a political and social agenda. Sony attacked anyone who criticized it. It was barely funny. It had a pathetic story. And, It literally shot the Ghostbusters Franchise in the Balls.