Ghost was the surprise blockbuster of 1990, one that won Oscars for Bruce Joel Rubin’s original screenplay and Whoopi Goldberg’s turn as a phony psychic caught between the dead (Patrick Swayze’s murdered stockbroker) and the living (a grieving Demi Moore, who Swayze is trying to contact from the beyond with information about his slaying). The film, which resurrected The Righteous Brothers’ 1965 hit "Unchained Melody," took an offhand, low-tech approach to the supernatural that appealed to ...

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