A reboot, if it's to be made, should be created to appeal to old audiences and introduce new audiences. Mad Max: Fury Road did this by appealing to the originally male audience, and including appeal to women as well. The Dark Knight did this by appealing to those who loved Batman in his original fantastic premise, and also appealed to those who loved gritty realism and moral dilemma.
Ghostbusters (2016) failed to do this by trying to appeal to female audiences, at the cost of the movie's old, predominantly male audience. They took a movie about men, with likable female characters, and replaced it with a movie solely about women, whose men are either idiotic, malevolent, or both.
I love Melissa McCarthy as Abby.
I adore all the female actresses.
The movie is one-of-a-kind.
All the women are funny.
(you can't go wrong with that)
I want to give orgasms to Melissa McCarthy.
(while she tries to tell me that ghosts are real)
Even if you didn't like it, there were clearly worse movies in 2016.
As with all Paul Feig's films, Ghostbusters: Answer the Call is a laugh-out-loud experience with great action sequences that the whole family can enjoy.
Some criticize the men as being "dumbed down" or purposefully rude/ignorant in this film, but they're really on par with most of the bit characters in the original.
As someone who grew up with the original films, cartoons, and comics; I'm glad to say that this reboot is a refreshing take on the franchise that'll leave you feeling nostalgic and wanting more.
If the fact the cast is all-female appeals to you, and is enough to carry the movie, then watch it. Otherwise, avoid this dumpster-fire.