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Ghostbusters 2 (1989)
1984's "Ghostbusters" was a relative surprise. It was a medium-budget film with a bunch of "Saturday Night Live" and afresh high-concept idea, and it made a ton of money. The sequel was able to bring back all the key players, and trotted out most of the same tricks, but it never felt like anything but a pale imitation of the first installment. There's no real tension and most of the laughs seem forced. It doesn't help that the main antagonist is trapped in a painting for most of the film's running time.