Yet someone is going to have to bite the bullet on this one. That is usually my job.
Ghostbusters; The Estrogening is currently drawing a 74% positive on Rotten Tomatoes. Normally that would indicate it's probably a decent enough movie. However, since this has been politicized that seems very unlikely as reviewers will always inflate their reviews for anything to enhances The Cause.
The first time I learned not to trust Rotten Tomatoes was for Runaway Jury, starring John Cusack. It started life as a John Grisham book about the evils of the tobacco industry but was turned by the magic of Hollywood into an anti-gun movie. The performances weren't bad...weren't that bad (Gene Hackman and Dustin Hoffman screamed at each other in a bathroom. Apparently that was dramatic rather than silly) but the plotting was terrible heavy handed and preachy.
At one point Rachel Weisz escapes for the evil Gun-Thug by stabbing him to death with a concealed knife. Knife violence is apparently good, wholesome and righteously acceptable.
From a critical perspective it was a film that should have had a rating of maybe 40%. Enough reviewers would have liked a few things here and there. It wasn't incompetent, it just wasn't really any good either.
Rotten Tomatoes rating was 75% fresh because it was an anti-gun SJW sermon movie.
While Ghostbusters; The Estrogening, is not a lefty sermon flick per say. Just seeing it has become a political statement. The Feminists have been whinging on and on about how sexist any kind of criticism about how unfunny this movie looks to be. " As Stickwick observed, girl power is literal Idiocracy. A large collection of women spent $154 million to make a Ghostbusters-flavored OW MY BALLS."
It has entered the Narrative. Which is the best thing that could have possibly happened to it.