@Ghostbusters alienating half the population is a smart promotional choice. Well done
— Joss (@Spritely2315) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters way to alienate half your potential audience. You do know there are a lot of women who aren't liberal, right?
— Jimni27 (@jimni27) July 27, 2016
Nice going, Ghostbusters. Really. Great job.
— Ghostbusters (@Ghostbusters) July 27, 2016
We didn’t think it was possible to want to see that movie any less, but you proved us wrong.
— Rhonda Jenni (@RhondaJenni) July 27, 2016
— brittany. (@ichigo__fields) July 27, 2016
— Lisa (@lisamariejm) July 27, 2016
— TheCartoonLoon (@TheCartoonLoon) July 27, 2016
— sect1contractors (@sect1spartan) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters ew… stop
— KaLee Douglas (@KaLeeBunny) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters ugh please
— Patti Heaphy (@HeaphyPatti) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters When will you simply entertain me? That's all I want. Entertainment. No hashtag required.
— Withidread Menze (@WMenze) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters Couldn't bust that 'Profit' ceiling though, eh?
— DeusExOdium (@DeusExOdium) July 27, 2016
There was a glass ceiling? Was it a glass ceiling of unnecessary sub par remakes? @Ghostbusters
— Cyber Tawnos (@TawnosWins) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters why is a political hashtag on a movie ad? Can't I just watch a comedy without political overtones?
— ♥️Sheri LaBrant♥️ (@SheriLaBrant) July 27, 2016
— Shani Neal (@SNEALMade) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters Well I guess I won't be watching that movie.
— Cesar (@cesar_k1) July 27, 2016
— Heather Jo (@heatherjo40) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters Not voting Hillary and not watching Ghostbusters. Ever.
— Mike (@NeverUMike) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters you just gave me another reason to never watch your movie
— Kim #FireMurray (@kducks913) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters just cancelled my plans with friends to see your movie. Thanks for doing me a favor
— Cynthia May (@Thia_May) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters Definitely will not be seeing the movie now that you have endorsed Hillary.
— Rebecca Yost (@rebeccarainey52) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters seriously??? Ugh Ehy bring politics into it?
— Barbra Jacobs (@barbra72) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters Pretty bold conclusion for a film that hasn't made back its production cost.
— Apathetic Khorne (@Vendoban) July 27, 2016
— Kay (@KayBrown_88) July 27, 2016
.@Ghostbusters This is stupid. I'm female and I'm sick of the fake "inequality" BS! Enough, already!!
— Lady Pashta (@LadyPashta) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters you could worry more about making a decent movie and less about breaking glass ceilings next time. if there is a next time
— Jason Hornbuckle (@JasonHornbuckle) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters Maybe you should've waited until you at least broke even.
— Sandwichhead (@IdentInvalid) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters you guys have rally low expectations of women
— Based Ash (@LibertarianHoe) July 27, 2016
@Ghostbusters not going to see it especially now that you've gone political ?
— Karen DeVere (@KarenDeVere2) July 27, 2016
— Alex (@MrsMikeLowrey) July 27, 2016
Apparently the Ghostbusters account deleted this tweet. pic.twitter.com/QeHBbiDR2d
— Sonny Bunch (@SonnyBunch) July 28, 2016
Good thing the internet is forever, huh?