Its almost mind-blowing that three decades have passed since the original Ghostbusters came out. In the quarter century since its successor came out in 1989, fans have been clamoring for a third film to bring the band back together again. However, with the passage of time, the films prospects have only managed to shift away from what fans really want, whether they willingly acknowledge it or not. While Dan Aykroyd bless his heart continues to push hard for the film to finally see the light of day, mainly as a way to pass the torch to a new generation of Ghostbusters, it may just be best to keep the franchise at what it is rather than let it deflate fans hopes even faster than Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. With the two films 30th and 25th birthdays now behind us and the first film set for a theatrical re-release in August, let's take a look at five reasons why we really don't need another answer to "Who you gonna call?"