Did you ever wish the movie “Ghost” ended differently ?
So in the Rewrite, Oda Mae Brown, which was played by Whoopi Goldberg’s, stayed in touch with Sam, played by Patrick Swayze, since he died in the movie in 1990.
Let’s fast forward to the end of 2015. So 25 years have passed now. Molly had a new life and moved on with time. She never remarried or felt that kind of love again like with Sam. But she did find contentment, and that’s good. Oda Mae became the psychic of psychics. She is so renowned, the CIA uses her services to track down terrorists through other terrorists that have died. It takes about 18 months to get an appointment with her now. Anyway, Oda Mae sees Molly continues to struggle with relationships, it upsets her deeply.
Now truth be told, Oda Mae has kept in touch with Sam since his death, despite Molly not knowing. And being Steven Jobs, the Tech Icon who changed the world had passed away in October 2011, a bell went off in Oda Mae’s head to the likes of when Ben Siegel ( Bugsy ), in the 1940’s had a vision of Air Conditioned Casinos in the middle of the desert, now known as Las Vegas. And Bam, she introduced Steve Jobs & Sam through her medium capabilities in the after-life.
They hit it off right away, a lot of synergy. Oda Mae pitched an idea to Mr. Jobs about creating a Hologram Application to mirror Sam’s image, which would be remotely controlled by the actual Sam in the after-life. Literally a spitting image in real time. Steve Jobs admitted he’d been working on that for a long time while alive. So Mr. Jobs went for it, and beta tested his Hologram Application with Sam.
Oda Mae was thrilled, she knew Molly would be elated. Having something beta tested with Mr. Jobs is as good as a done deal. Remember, this is the man who can do no wrong with applications and design. The only catch is that its just an image, even though its in real time. It’s not a physical being. Nonetheless, it soothed the loneliness for Molly as she had her best friend back.
Mr. Jobs was so moved by the Molly / Sam story, that he asked Oda Mae to introduce him to the actual deceased Patrick Swayze, and so she did. Steve Jobs knew Mr. Swayze had a pretty painful demise in the end, Jobs can relate. Upon meeting the actual Mr. Swayze, Mr. Jobs offered him the same hologram situation back to his ranch on the outskirts of Las Angels where he died. Patrick Swayze jumped with both feet at the offer.
Eventually, in the after-life, Sam, Patrick Swayze and Steve Jobs became so close, they were called the three musketeers.
Mr. Jobs went on to explain to Sam and the actual Patrick Swayze, what those dark shadowy images making scary sounds in the movie “Ghost” were. He explained those were transporters to hell. They were specially created for Seal Clubbers, Dolphin and Whale slaughterers, bear baiters, bull fighters, people behind dog fighting, rooster fighting, farm animal abuse and so on, and so on, and so on. Those shadowy images stood for the lowest level of hell. It was such a hit in “Zip code Hell”, they now get called for all kinds of evil..
Sam and the actual Patrick Swayze were very grateful to Mr. Jobs. He once again changed lives, and after-lives for that matter. Mr. Jobs told them in secrecy that he was going to make a hologram og himself and go back to Apple and take back the CEO role in Cupertino, CA. Apparently traders on Wall Street got wind the news and the stock surged 1500 percent in 3 days.
The End. Movie still would’ve been great.