I really enjoyed the original movies. While comedic, they were well written and kept the plotlines and acting serious while weaving comedy into the movie to accentuate and improve them. This movie just felt incredibly forced and there were definitely political agendas in the comedy that made it more cringeworthy than funny. This movie just felt more like a spoof of Ghostbusters, than an actual remake. A remake would have been considerably more serious, and a lot more true to the source material. The comedy in this movie felt mostly ad-libbed, and pretty much every single male in the movie was made out to be an idiot. At least in the originals they made Janine out to be sharp as a tac, and the glue that held the team together. In this, Chris Hemsworth was just a pretty boy for them to leer at, while everything he did was imbecilic. This is also the only Ghostbusters movie to make a human the main villain and protagonist. Every other movie it was an evil ghost that my or may not have had human thralls helping it. This movie made it a deliberate point to have an incel white man as the evil protagonist. It's a modern Hollywood trope that is just tiresome. As far as the acting, It felt like pretty much all of it was improv.