Sam Wheat is a banker, Molly Jensen is an artist, and the two are madly in love. However, when Sam is murdered by friend and corrupt business partner Carl Bruner over a shady business deal, he is left to roam the Earth as a powerless spirit. When he learns of Carl's betrayal, Sam must seek the help of psychic Oda Mae Brown to set things right and protect Molly from Carl and his goons.Written by
Willie Lopez returns home and calls someone (presumably Carl) to tell him he couldn't get Sam's code book, because Molly came back home. But Molly was only out of the apartment because Carl coaxed her into leaving, and she wasn't gone for very long. So, Carl should know that he wouldn't have had enough time to get the booklet, and he should have known that Molly was coming back home when they parted company. See more »
[when Sam was making a hole when Carl and Molly appear]
Oh, this is great!
Oh, that's incredible. There's got to be seven or eight feet up there.
And eighty years of dust. We could put our bedroom upstairs, and get all this space.
Oh, look at all this height.
[they started smashing on the walls]
One! Two! Three!
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The opening credits are half transparent like a ghost. See more »
U.S. TV edits replace the Subway Ghost's line "Fuck you" with "Forget you." See more »
"Ghost" isn't very subtle, and similar themes have been done elsewhere with more depth, but I say just relax and enjoy. The best reason is of course, Whoopi Goldberg, who is hilarious and as always, very good. As for the story and the characters' reactions not being plausible, you really need to have a little imagination when you watch movies! I give any movie credit for not being bad, since there are so many dreary movies out there, and Ghost is not bad.
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