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Fall Out Boy has Officially Killed any Slim Chance the New ‘Ghostbusters’ had at being a Good Movie

By: Nick Boeing

I knew from the beginning that this Ghostbusters reboot was going to be an abomination. At first, I was like “Hm, could be interesting. Will definitely suck, but I’ll give it a shot.” Then I saw that Melissa McCarthy’s unbearably annoying self was cast in it and I thought “Alright, guess it’ll have to be a Redbox movie. She’s gonna make fat jokes and fall down like fat people do and the ghosts are gonna kill New York.” Finally, we’ve come to this song. “Fuck this movie.”

What the hell are people thinking when they do stuff like this? If you have any sort of pulse on the internet then you know people don’t like when old stuff is reimagined to seem more ‘hip.’ Even if you’re dead set on doing that, under no circumstances do you go for a Fall Out Boy, Missy Elliot combo.

At this point, Fall Out Boy is like a bad parody of what they once were, back in the ‘Sugar We’re Goin’ Down’ days. And Missy Elliot is still that chick who might possibly be a lesbian and could beat you up, but then she raps something like ‘I shake it like jello, make the boys say hello’ and you really just don’t know.

Put these two together and of course, they ruin one of the best theme songs ever. Only way this is resolved is if Bill Murray sucks Fall Out Boy, Missy Elliot and the entire new cast into his original proton pack. It’s gonna be a signal for the collapse of civilization once Back to the Future gets rebooted, starring Josh Hutcherson or the guy from The Fault in Our Stars. In the words of Demarcus Cousins:

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