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The easy, electric chemistry of the four leads in Paul Feig's "Ghostbusters" acts like a firewall against the supernatural and the adolescent, alike, in this spirited reboot of the 1984 original.It does, however, pay too much attention to placating "Ghostbusters" fans with the familiar showdowns and iconography of the original two films.Jones, who plays a subway worker, might have been expected to be the broadest performer of the bunch, given the knockout punch of her "SNL" appearances, but her character is impressively grounded. She's the best of the quartet, though Feig doesn't give her enough to do later in the film.Feig's film never has that anything-can-happen feeling and it suffers for it.It feels a little like this "Ghostbusters" was a cultural test that we (not the movie) have already failed.
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