Craig loves the 1990 blockbuster Ghost. John? Ditto. Written by Bruce Joel Rubin and directed by Jerry Zucker, Ghost set the template for the modern romantic drama. It was Twilight before Twilight, Titanic before Titanic. It won hearts, weekends and Oscars, including best screenplay.
We tackle Ghost scene-by-scene, imagining all the terrible notes that must have come up in development, and how fixing some of the film's shortcomings would have created new problems. Ghost isn’t perfect, but it’s remarkably good — and worth taking a closer look.