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Cert 12A
126 mins
BBFC advice: Contains moderate horror, bloody injury, sex and one use of strong language

Demi Moore is stunning and can cry on demand in either eye, Patrick Swayze moves like nobody else did in the 80s and 90s and Whoopi Goldberg was at the peak of her powers.
Is it really 30 years since Ghost gave us the most romantic potter's wheel scene in movie history?
Apparently, so... and I hadn't even realised that I had already reviewed it on everyfilm.co.uk
My view hasn't changed. It is still a deserved classic.
So, 'ditto' for what I wrote in 2011 and here it is...

Mrs W is a lucky woman, isn't she?
It's Valentine's Night and like a true romantic I took her to see a weepie at the flix. I know how to treat my lady.
Either that or Ghost has been re-released but is only playing for one night nationwide and I need to tick it off.
Which version are you plumping for? Oh, come on, give me the benefit of the doubt.
Anyway, it was a chance to see if Jerry Zucker's classic passes the test of time, 21 years on.
And you know what? It does.
Astonishingly, we were told by the cashier, as he gave us a free Valentine's Day bar of chocolate, that there were people who had bought tickets who had no idea about the film, so I guess I better give a quick outline.
Basically, Sam (Patrick Swayze) and Molly (Demi Moore) are wildly in love (that potter's wheel scene really is something) but Sam is killed in a street shooting.
His ghost has unfinished business and finds a way of connecting again with the living world through the psychic Oda Mae Brown (Whoopi Goldberg). This causes upset, romance and retribution.
There are a few things worth mentioning here.
Number one: I have forgotten just how funny Goldberg is. I'm not sure her performance was worth the Oscar she won but she was great.
Number two: Just how pretty was Demi Moore in her 20s! She never wears anything more flattering than a pair of dungarees throughout, but is stunning, even when she cries, which is a lot.
Swayze is sadly missed nowadays and this reminds us what a huge star he was in 1990, and Tony Goldwyn and Rick Aviles played splendid baddies.
All in all, it was the perfect Valentine's Day film.
And now, I'm off before you all need sick buckets.

Reasons to watch: One of the great romantic classics
Reasons to avoid: Will be too schmaltzy for some

Laughs: Two (well, I have seen it about five times)
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: I gave it 8.5/10 in 2011 but revise that to 9/10

Did you know? After auditioning with her hair long, Demi Moore actress cropped it super short without checking in with Jerry Zucker, the director. He was upset at first but later admitted the iconic look was perfect for the role.

The final word. Demi Moore: "It’s a love story, and it’s a guy – a dead guy – trying to save his wife, and there is a comedy part, but really, really it’s a love story, and I thought, ‘Wow, this is really a recipe for disaster … It’s either going to be something really special, really amazing or really an absolute bust.’ ”

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