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Winona Ryder as Lydia Deetz
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Michael Keaton as Betelgeuse
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Geena Davis as Barbara Maitland
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Catherine O'Hara as Delia Deetz
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650.30 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
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4.48 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird10 / 10

A landmark supernatural comedy as well as being a refreshingly flaky fantasy

Beetle Juice may be strange and oddball at first, but like several films I have seen over the years, it could well grow on you. Essentially it is a landmark supernatural comedy as well as being a refreshingly flaky fantasy crammed with wit and invention, that I think is one of Tim Burton's better films along with Batman, Ed Wood and Edward Scissorhands. It is also a marvellously imaginative view of the afterlife as a ghoulish extension of mundane earthbound problems. The visuals once again are absolutely wonderful, with dark cinematography, imaginative sets and zany special effects. The script are filled to the brim with one-liners that are funny and somewhat demonic, the score from Danny Elfman is fun and the direction is pretty much superb. And I loved how offbeat the performances were, with Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis suitably low key as the recently deceased couple who want to rid their new home of human pests. Speaking of those human pests, Catherine O' Hara proves herself fantastically pretentious as the artist whose creations come to life in one of the film's most memorable scenes, and Jeffrey Jones and Winona Ryder are also memorable but it is Michael Keaten as Bettelgeuse, the unstable freelance exorcist who steals the show who portrays the character as unique and completely and utterly insane. Overall, unique, imaginative and lots of fun. 10/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by bkoganbing7 / 10

The dos and don'ts of haunting

This is one rollicking movie about the afterlife. What I get from it is that it ain't a place of tranquility. At least that's the way it is for the recently deceased Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis.

This married couple drive off a bridge and drown though the fact they're dead isn't immediately apparent. When that fact is accepted some new folks buy the place. The new couple is Jeffrey Jones, Catherine O'Hara and their daughter Winona Ryder.

Ryder is a Goth kid who sees the ghosts and convnces the parents. Jones has big plans for the place that don't include spirits. He sends for deorator/exorcist Glenn Shadix. Baldwin and Davis send for wild and crazy spirit Beeteljuice.

Michael Keaton is our most unconventional ghost. He gives out with one ribald and insane film performance, a cross between Robin Williams and Steve Martin. Don't move don't blink or you will miss a crazy gesture or line. Keaton helps, but he always does things his way.

The makeup used for Keaton and all the other spirits won an Oscar for the film. Director Tim Burton is on top of his game with Beetlejuice.

Reviewed by MartinHafer8 / 10

Lots and lots and lots of fun

This is a great movie to simply watch and enjoy--no need to think or analyze--just enjoy the silliness and cool factor of this nice film.

A young couple living in their dream house (Alec Baldwin and Gina Davis) are accidentally killed and thereafter live as ghosts in the home. Some time later, a family of freaks (Jeffery Jones, Catherine O'Hara) and their disaffected daughter (Winona Ryder) move in--much to the ghosts' chagrin. That's because instead of respecting the lovely home's charms, the parents want to turn it into a pseudo-intellectual freak house. However, Winona somehow is able to see and communicate with the ghosts--but her parents can't believe that they exist or that they're doing anything wrong with the house.

The dead couple try to scare away the family, but their attempts are really lame (and funny) and this only makes the weirdos want to stay even more! So, out of desperation, they seek out the most evil and obnoxious ghost, Beetle Juice (Michael Keaton) to help. The problem is that although Beetle Juice is able to scare anyone, he's also a total maniac and once let out, he's amazingly difficult to stop.

The film abounds with many things you'd expect to see in a Tim Burton directed film--weird special effects, an odd set design (after the weirdos transform the house),fun and a definite "cool factor". The actors do a fine job as well. Additionally, the script is smart and fun. While some might find this too dark a film for young kids, for older kids and adults, it's mighty entertaining and silly. Plus the music is just so darn infectious and fun!

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