For most of 2021, if you want to see a blockbuster coming to theaters, There was a kind ofhome option. Until this week you don’t have to go see Resurrection Matrix In theaters it sshout on HBHey Max. However, as the year went on, some of the options started to disappear and one of the biggest movies you couldn’t have seen if you didn’t go to the theater was Ghostbusters: The Afterlife.
Ghostbusters: The Afterlife Released by SonyOne of the few studios that sticks solely to theatrical experience. It’s a strategy that has worked well for the studio, Not only Ghostbusters, But Poison: Let there be a massacre And something called Spider-Man: There is no room for home very. However, fans who may not have been comfortable going to theaters have not yet been able to watch hereafter in a A home of his own and that’s about to change.
Sony just announced it hereafter It will be released for digital download on January 4, followed by a physical media release on February 1. The January 4th edition will be available in SD, HD, and 4K UHD versions while the physical version will contain Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray, and DVD versions.
And when that happens, you really should check it out. I’m huge Ghostbusters Fan and was eagerly awaiting the film, especially since it was co-written and directed by Jason Reitman. Besides being a talented filmmaker in his own right, Jason is the son of original director Evan Reitman and I believed there was no way Jason would jeopardize his father’s legacy. Then I watched the movie did not –BAlso, the movie feels like it’s trying to please every single audience member imaginable, and it sacrifices some of the fun story being told as a result. You can read more about it, Both are in my review and interviews me act with Ritman so is Co-author Jill Keenan.
Either way, the movie sits Top of the Fresh Line straight at Rotten Tomatoes, so most people liked her more than I did. Which means when the movie comes home, you have to check it out for yourself. Plus, Then we can talk about that wild ending full of spoilers.
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