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Roger Ebert

Like Slimer shoving snacks in his ravenous maw, Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire tries to cram way too many characters, storylines and iconic images into its two-hour runtime.

"feels like it belongs in the canon without being overly nostalgic"

Rotten Tomatoes

In Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire, Ghostbusters new and old must join forces to protect their home and save the world from a second Ice Age.


Indeed, Bill Murray always served as the beating comedic heart of the 1980s editions, and while he’s answered the call (seemingly without much enthusiasm), his screen time proves woefully brief.


"Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire" has enough going on in it to connect, but now that Jason Reitman and company have brought this series back to life, it's time to re-infuse it with the spirit that Kumail Nanjiani brings.

Empire Online

Frozen Empire is an overpopulated mish-mash, with too many heroes to wrangle. What’s left is a bit of a gooey mess. We’ve been slimed.

Common Sense Media

Parents need to know that Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire is the sequel to 2021's hit reboot.

The Guardian

The time has come for Hollywood to allow the spurious Ghostbusters franchise to join Jurassic World and Aquaman in the bin and think of something new.