I work at a tattoo shop in a college town, and a while ago, the topic of Ghostbusters and Bill Murray came up among me and my friends at the shop. At that point, a client in the waiting room (a student) looks up and goes "Who's Bill Murray?"I felt like Tallahassee in Zombieland: "Now I've never hit a kid before..."
Sweet. Can't believe it's been 30 years.Definitely a classic to own.
HalloweenNut--whuuu?? Stuff like that makes me feel incredibly old.This movie means a lot to me. It remains the most quoted movie by my family and I. It still unites my brothers and I. I cannot wait to go see this on the big screen(I don't think I did when I was little. I think I saw it only on TV and we taped it and then owned it later on.) Even better is seeing it with my brothers. Totally looking forward to this.
Really funny part about the whole incident is that I'm only 19 and I know perfectly well who Bill Murray is, and have seen Ghostbusters a thousand times. I am not of this generation.
Gosh, i remember seeing it in the theaters when it came out. Just like Sara, it is one of my favorite movies. I remember when they ran teaser ads in the paper of the ghost logo.
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