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Japanese Ghostbusters Music Video Emerges

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So widely controversial has the spectacularly disastrous new Ghostbusters movie become that even the Japanese have taken an interest in it, with this new music video fortunately focusing on celebrating the franchise rather than lambasting it for the reboot it was subjected to…

The music video, featuring the movie’s original theme in Japanese and some well-known Japanese comedians:

The music video has been the subject of some decent acclaim, which is more than can be said for the new film’s initial trailer

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36 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    Thanks to Obama’s rules and the control they have in Hollywood (Obaman’s nanny IS a tranny/LGTB.. Look it up)(The gay mafia in the entertainment industry… Too many there party too much and end up having sex with anything that moves) , you should all be thankful the original Ghostbusters movie was not an All-Black-Transvetites-Transgender-LGTB-Zoophiliac team…

    Wait, there might be such movie, but in the porn industry, not for general public distribution. An all women team is not bad, but it’s not original, it’s not innovative, it’s not genuine. Like buying a pair of bootleg shoes.. Unfortunately saying so in the U.S. is considered as “hate speech” and not “politically correct”..

  • Anonymous says:

    The Japanese Comedians actually look funny. And like they have some chemistry. Why couldn’t they give us that? I mean the old Ghostbusters selling a franchise license to a team of women in Tokyo would have made for a much cooler and distinctively different new movie than the flaming turd in a sack that they have delivered.

    • Anonymous says:

      I agree, I am not being sexist but changing the team to women was as mess up as making the human torch from the new fantastic 4 black. I didn’t just hate the movie because of that but when they should that scene where they added boobs to their symbol, I just slam my laptop down

      • Anonymous says:

        In case you didn’t know all this “weird” changes in movies are thanks to Obama, the lgtb, black agenda they have. Somehow black people think they are a minority (3rd largest population in the world after Asians and Hindus), they say they DESERVE to appear -more often- in the, entertainment industry, when all you hear pretty much on the radio is black singers, all you see on sports is mostly black athletes, all you see on most mainstream entertainment is black people, and yet people like Chris Rock argue that black people are “discriminated” against. Anyways, just be aware there’s an agenda for more black people and gays to appear in pretty much everything, even though they themselves have not come up with the original idea or story for whatever thing they might appear like the Fantastic 4 movie, Supergirl, Santa Claus, etc..

        JUST BE AWARE. Even in porn sites you will see more black people’s porn, why? Cause the industry wants everyone to accept them due to “discrimination” and being a minority, when again, they are the 3rd largest group of people in the world. I don’t mind seen black people in anything, it’s just annoying how they whine and bitch so much to accomplish their goals.

    • Anonymous says:

      He never stopped spinning after the terrible shit Dan Aykroyd and Tom Davis tried to pass off as Ghostbusters 3.

      “the one that had the Ghostbusters traveling to an alternate dimension, where they fight demons in a hellish version of Manhattan dubbed “Manhellton”.”

      Manhellton? WTF!?

      • Anonymous says:

        fun fact: the “traveling to alternate dimensions to fight demons was the original script for Ghostbusters 1, but at the time the movie studio considered it too costly to film and scaled back the story.

        But yes RIP Ramis… one day Murray will try a Stripes Reoboot.

  • Anonymous says:

    I can’t speak Japanese but I’m more entertained by these four ladies dancing around than I am by everything I’ve seen on that god awful reboot that no one wanted.

    Can we get a movie about 4 Japanese women being Ghostbusters in Tokyo? Is it too late?

  • Anonymous says:

    I’m actually ok for use all girls cast for Ghostbuster, but after watched the horrifying trailers, they make it into Disney style targeting for maximum 3 years old kids which get me, probably due to very strong influence of SJW/Feminazi.