PSA: Ghost is now on Netflix so you can spend your Sunday night bawling your romantic heart out
"The love inside, you take it with you."
Or at least, you take it as far as your sofa this evening, where you will no doubt curled up in a ball sobbing as Patrick Swayze's ghost erotically makes a vase with Demi Moore.
That's right, folks - Ghost is now on Netflix, so you really have absolutely no excuse not to be getting super emotional this evening as you sit, alone in the dark, wrapped in a blanket, sad.
Or, you might have plans. But whatever. No need to brag about it.
Starring Swayze, Moore, Whoopi Goldberg, and Tony Goldwyn, Ghost is a romantic fantasy thriller (if you say so), detailing the love lost - and later gained - by Molly, a woman who loses her boyfriend Sam to a stabbing incident.
But Sam doesn't just float away into oblivion like so many other ghosts do. Rather, he sticks around, solves some crimes, saves lives, and reminds Molly that she isn't totally alone anymore.
Her ghost boyfriend is here - and he's Patrick Swayze, which automatically makes him better than any other ghost boyfriend currently on the market.
Released in 1990, the film was received quite well by critics and even better by audiences, eventually becoming the highest grossing film of that year.
It received a decent 74 percent of Rotten Tomatoes, with critics stating the film "offers viewers a poignant romance while blending elements of comedy, horror, and mystery, all adding up to one of the more enduringly watchable hits of its era."
Ghost was nominated for five Oscars, of which it won two - best supporting actress with Whoopi Goldberg and best original screenplay with Bruce Joel Rubin.
It had also been nominated f0r best picture, but lost out to Driving Miss Daisy.
Ghost is streaming on Netflix now.