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Harold Ramis

Birth Name: 
Harold Allen Ramis
Birthday: 
Sunday, November 21, 1954
Sign: 
Birth Place: 
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Height: 
6'2"

News

Ivan Reitman calling 'Ghostbusters 3'

Ivan Reitman, who directed the first two "Ghostbuster" movies in the '80s, is gearing up to direct the long-awaited third installment in the series. Sony's Columbia Pictures has been developing a script by Lee Eisneberg and Gene Stupnitsky that would relaunch the franchise.... Read more
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Ghostbusters 3 to start filming in the Fall?

According to Movieweb, via an interview with The Boston Globe, Dan Aykroyd has pretty much confirmed that Ghostbusters 3 is on the fast track to start production at the end of the year:... Read more
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Reviews

Caddyshack (BLU-RAY)

Caddyshack is one of the best comedies of all time and that's speaking from someone who isn't even from the era that this movie is from (I was actually born 8 months after the movie hit theaters.).  Now, June 8 sees the release of the blu-ray, which should be the highest quality version we will e... Read more
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Year One: Theatrical Edition

Jack Black and Michael Cera attempt to take you through the early years of history and make it funny; but they fail miserably. Predictable one liner after one liner is delivered and the only thing breaking up the monotony is the fart/toilet humor.... Read more
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Year One

Going into Year One, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. I’d been loosely following the development of the film since it was first announced over a year or so ago. Harold Ramis, Jack Black, Michael Cera, Christopher Mintz-Plasse…produced under the Apatow umbrella.... Read more
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Ghostbusters (BLU-RAY)

Man, does it hurt me to write this review.  I absolutely love Ghostbusters, everything about it; the movies, the animated series, the games, everything.  So when word came that the blu-ray would finally be hitting shelves in celebration of their 25th anniversary, I was more than excited, until...... Read more
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Groundhog Day (BLU-RAY)

Groundhog Day was an amzingly funny movie that still stands the tests of time after 15 years.  15 year!?  I'm not sure where the time goes but it certainly isn't recycling. QUALITY: Good.  The picture is a little worn out looking but the sound is OK.... Read more
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