Always loved the original. Still do. Saw it as a lil bahbee (I was born '87) and I have loved fhe whole property ever since then. Never to the same slavish degree some MRA's and "fellow" nerds do, but it's an extremely important movie that I FEEL later-born millennials forget and there's a slight reason more older, less social media focused film critics have taken umbrage with the remake- it doesn't realize the significance of the original movie.
Ghostsbusters is in the National Film Registry, ran by the US's Library of Congress, for a valid reason after all, sharing company with Buster Keaton and DW Griffith, in the halls of important works of film and art.
And I just saw the remake. I loved it too! It's gonna require another showing before I make any calls on the importance of it, or if it's gonna be remembered as fondly like the original is.