A love that will last forever.
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- Rated: PG-13
- Run Time: 2 hours, 6 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region A
- Released: August 29, 2017
- Originally Released: 1990
- Label: Paramount
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore & Whoopi Goldberg
|Tony Goldwyn, Rick Aviles & Vincent Schiavelli
|Peter Barsocchini & Bruce Joel Rubin
|Director of Photography:
Academy Awards 1990 - Best Original Screenplay: Bruce Joel Rubin
Academy Awards 1990 - Best Supporting Actress: Whoopi Goldberg
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Rating: 4/5 -- The special effects are a real treat, the love-beyond-the-grave theme is very touching and the ending is a wonderful piece of schmaltz. Full Review
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5 stars out of 5 -- Veteran producer-screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin created a comfort-food weepie classic with his gem GHOST, the story of a murdered young man who sticks around as a ghost to watch over his grieving artist girlfriend.
...Eccentric enough to remain interesting....[Goldberg] makes the most of it...
New York Times
Rating: 3/4 -- What it offers, apart from the overblown special effects that seem inescapable in American movies, is an unusual and effective combination of swooning, morbid romance and screwball comedy. Full Review
Rating: 4/5 -- One of the finest (and weepiest) love stories ever to hit the big screen, Ghost is a a fundamental human tale that touches the hardest heart. Full Review
After renovating their expensive loft in the TriBeCa section of Manhattan, Molly (Demi Moore) and Sam (Patrick Swayze), a young successful yuppie couple, are walking home one evening when Sam is tragically gunned down by a street mugger. Molly goes into a deep depression, but, unknown to her, Sam has come back as a ghost in order to protect her from danger--although he isn't yet aware who or what means her harm, and he has a lot of learning to do in order to make himself known to her. He teams up with an unwilling psychic, Oda Mae Brown (Whoopi Goldberg), and together they try to convince a very skeptical Molly that Sam was actually murdered and has returned spectrally to complete some unfinished business. Moore and Swayze and are excellent as the couple, and Goldberg won an Oscar for her portrayal of the wild and wacky psychic. GHOST is considered by many to be one of the most romantic films of the 1990s.