Ghostbusters II
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1989 108 Mins Audio: English CC English, MPA Maturity Rating Motion Picture Association Maturity Rating: PG BBFC Maturity Rating British Board of Film Classification Maturity Rating: PG Maturity Rating 7+
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Watch Ghostbusters II (1989) online with English, subtitles. Ghostbusters II is a 1989 movie with a runtime of 108 minutes. Director Michael D. Moore, Ivan Reitman, Peter Giuliano, Ira S. Rosenstein, Faye Brenner, Christine Larson-Nitzsche, Cyd Adams, Cast Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver,


Five years after they defeated Gozer, the Ghostbusters are out of business. When Dana begins to have ghost problems again, the boys come out of retirement to aid her and hopefully save New York City from a new paranormal threat. Currently you are able to watch "Ghostbusters II " streaming on we platform.

Comedy, Fantasy,

new york city, mythology, slime, ghostbuster, product placement, reincarnation, painting, supernatural, crude humor, paranormal phenomena, single mother, paranormal investigation, old flame, courtroom, urban setting, book store, chrysler building, ghost, river of slime, revolving door, occult research,

Ghostbusters II Parent guide

Sex & Nudity
Sex & Nudity Reason
There's no nudity or sex.

Violence & Gore
Violence & Gore Reason
Contains supernatural comic violence throughout. There is one scene which contains bloody violence. Two men see severed heads hanging on sticks or wires (blood shown) but is very brief. A Scene where two of the Ghostbusters get into a Brief Fight The Imagery that comes Up in ones Mind During the Explanation of the Main Antagonist Vego's Back Story and how he Died Previously, could be considered too Gruesome for some Viewers.

Profanity Reason
Contains infrequent mild language, including "Hell", "Crap", one use of both "shit" and "asshole", one use of the word "Bastard".

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
A couple is drinking wine at a restaurant.

Frightening & Intense Scenes
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
A Man getting Zapped in the Eyes could be Shocking and a Surprise for Audiences that aren't prepare for it. In one scene in the underground, several severed heads of sticks appear briefly. Widely viewed as the scariest scene in the film. At one point the Statue of Liberty with the Ghostbusters in it steps on a Police car, it is unclear if any policemen are in the car at the time, but it is very unlikely, as this would be accusing the pritagonists of homicide. At one point in the movie the character Dana is forced onto a ledge in the attempt to rescue her baby (Oscar) just before the baby gets taken by the ghostly form of Janosz, appearing like an evil, female nanny. The appearances of some of the ghosts such as the three severed head ghosts in the sewer could be frightening for some viewers, especially for younger viewers. The Scene where a Man Uses his own Eyes as Flash Lights to Help him find his way In a Black Out after being Gifted with Super Natural Powers, could be Frightening and a little Creepy for some Viewers. Due to the loud and violent noises, as well as quite grotesque ghosts first appearing attached to electrical chairs, the entire courtroom ghostbusting scene could be scary and/or frightening to some viewers. After when the main Antagonist Vego Gets Defeated for the First time and before he retreats back into his Super Natural Painting He Drops Dana's Baby, fortunately one of the Ghostbusters manages to catch him, but for Mothers and Mothers to be that still could be scary. The Entire Plot of Abducting a Baby and Possessing it could be a Frightening Thought for some Viewers an Parents and Parents to be. At The Beginning of the Movie The Character Dana Chases after a Run Away Carriage into the middle of the streets and almost gets hit by an on coming Bus with her Baby in it. All the while Creating Chaos along the way. The appearance, voice, and presence of the antagonist, Vigo, may frighten young audiences, especially at the end when he momentarily possesses Ray's body, looking quite grotesque and disturbing, turning to some kind of demoniacal creature. Some supernatural scenes, whilst brief and infrequent, may scare young viewers. The bathtub scene with the slime coming out of the the bathtub faucet, then forming a big hand attempting to grab the baby and the mother may be disturbing for children and sensitive people. The scene underneath the sewers, and on the abandoned underground railroad track may frighten young viewers.

Columbia Pictures,

United States of America,





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