I consider Ghost to be a classic. It's a film that you can watch over and over or once in a blue moon and still be touched by it. It covers so many genres a film has to offer, comedy, action, suspense, romance, the list is endless. Yet with all this, it still manages to be in a class of it's own. It's such a beautiful story, proving that death doesn't mean the end of love, if you believe and remember, love will never die. The cast are fantastic, with the three leads cementing their positions as true stars. Patrick Swayze impresses as Sam, giving a thoughtful performance with many emotionally powerful moments. Demi Moore convinces as Molly, and spends the majority of the film with tears running down her face, which actually became quite funny in it's own right. As Oda Mae Brown, Whoopi Goldberg is sensational, providing great laughs and a perfect performance. On the whole, the film keeps you mesmerised from beginning to end. It never hits a boring moment, it just flies by and you're left wondering where the last two hours went. It really is that good. Ghost is a film that I'll never forget, seamlessly blending every kind of film together to make one outstanding one. Definitely up there with the greats.