"Ghostbusters" fans/haters are still crossing streams online, arguing over the early "Ghostbusters" reviews and debating how the movie will do at the box office. Anyone rooting for the movie to fail had a setback over the weekend when the embargo was lifted and more than 50 reviews hit Rotten Tomatoes, with a current 79 percent fresh rating.

The reviews themselves aren't glowing -- most are more "like" than "love" -- but it's still not negative enough for the anti-Ghostbusters, who have not seen the reboot but believe it's garbage and want it to be destroyed.

So that has led to the kind of dogs and cats living together mass hysteria that insists the critics were paid off, or only wrote their positive reviews because they're afraid of backlash if they trash it. (But the quickest way to get a head-pat from the Internet is to mimic the loudest "fanboy" opinion -- like when a critic supported DC's "Batman v Superman" instead of being a "paid" Marvel shill; the "Ghostbusters" backlash is coming now, from the same folks who started attacking the movie last year even before the first trailer came out.)

Here are some reactions:

Meanwhile, at the new film's premiere, producer Amy Pascal told The Hollywood Reporter, "I have waited for this moment for a year!" said the film's producer Amy Pascal. "It's going to be endless. People are going to love this movie so much that's they're going to demand more and more."

Maybe, maybe not. It's her job to promote the movie, and the audience's jobs to decide with their money if they want to be slimed again. (Look how well that worked out for "Ghostbusters 2"!)

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