Trailer Trash: Ghost, the Musical
Broadway seems hell-bent on destroying every good movie. Next up? The '90s supernatural romance.
December 02 2011 12:18 PM EST
February 05 2015 9:27 PM EST
There was a time when Patrick Swayze was a grade-A hottie, Demi Moore hadn't yet heard of Ashton Kutcher, and Whoopi Goldberg rocked (oh, that's right, she still does). Those days were special, because it was the nineties and the Internet was still in its infantile stages and therefore people had to make up original stories and show them to people in these things called movies. Now, we look to that magical time and blatantly rip off those stories and then make them into mediocre Broadway musicals. Yay for America! The next movie that is going to be masticated and then regurgitated onto a stage near you is the 1990 classic Ghost. This gives us a case of the sads, because we like that movie for being romantic, suspenseful, and funny--the stage show promises to be just funny, and not on purpose. We also appreciate any movie where people have lofts in Soho, computers were still just confusing machines with glowing green text on a black background, and Whoopi wins an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for a comedic performance. Below is the trailer for Ghost: The Musical. Out editors, start your snarking!