The Breakdown of Ivan Reitman: 'Ghostbusters,' 'Dave,' 'Kindergarten Cop,' 'No Strings Attached' and 'Draft Day'

This week is all about celebrating beloved comedy filmmaker Ivan Reitman. The latest episode of The Movie Breakdown does that the only way we know how, by reviewing five of his movies. We may have already reviewed it in the past, but it only seemed right to revisit his huge special effects comedy Ghostbusters. We also look at a smaller and gentler comedy that feels like a throwback even when it came out in 1993 in the political comedy Dave. Reitman even did a romantic comedy, and we look at the Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher starring No Strings Attached. We also have a movie blending comedy and action and kids in Kindergarten Cop. We wrap it up with the Kevin Costner playing an NFL General Manager in Draft Day.

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Question of the Week: What is your favourite comic book movie that is the least like a comic book?

Movie Ratings:

Ghostbusters **** (CS & SM 
Dave **** (SM &CS)
No Strings Attached *** (CS) & **½ (SM) 
Kindergarten Cop *** (SM & CS)
Draft Day *** (CS & SM)