Look, the main gripe I’ve had with Ghostbusters (which I still haven’t seen, so please don’t take this as a statement on the film’s quality, just the direction they took the project) has been that they could easily have taken the path of films like Tron: Legacy, Star Wars: The Force Awakens by taking the plot forward in a third film that shifts the focus to a new team, but decided to not only introduce a new cast of characters, but reset the continuity so that the original characters never existed. And I truly believed that most people felt the same thing, rather than simply objecting to the idea that Ghostbusters would now feature women in the starring roles. But when another franchise does exactly what was requested of Ghostbusters and people STILL complain? I have to wonder if they really are sincere.