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Favourite Characters #2: Delia Deetz

‘Beetlejuice’ (1988) will always be remembered for many things.  For introducing the now trademark style of Tim Burton to a mainstream audience, for leading to the Burton/Keaton collaborations in ‘Batman’ (1989) and ‘Batman Returns’ (1992), for giving Winona Ryder her big break at the tender age of 15 as the disaffected Lydia Deetz and as a showcase for the talents of Alec Baldwin in his ‘leading man’ heyday. 832 more words


The Right Kind of Wrong (2013)

Finally getting back to my long list of backlogged movie reviews to write.

In my first flight to Vancouver, I ended up watching an always wonderful Mary Poppins (which I don’t think I reviewed yet oddly) and the very mind-boggling Enemy (review… 991 more words


MY MOVIE SHELF: Beetlejuice

This is the deal: I own around 350 movies on DVD and Blu-ray. Through June 10, 2015, I will be watching and writing about them all, in the order they are arranged on my shelf (i.e., alphabetically, with certain exceptions). 866 more words


For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

Cast: Ricky Gervais, Catherine O’Hara, Parker Posey, Harry Shearer, Eugene Levy, Bob Balaban, Jennifer Coolidge, Michael McKean, Fred Willard, John Krasinski, Ari Graynor… 249 more words


Famous Voices in Unexpected Roles

There are a lot of great voice actors out there in the world. You hear them in countless t.v. shows and movies. Here are a few talented people who you wouldn’t guess voiced certain characters. 794 more words

RIORI Vol. 2, Installment 10: Spike Jonze’s “Where the Wild Things Are” (2008)

The Players:

Max Records, Katherine Keener, James Gandolfini, Paul Dano, Catherine O’Hara and Forest Whitaker.

The Plot:

Young Max imagines running away from his mom and sailing to a far-off land where large talking beasts crown him as their king, play rumpus, build forts and discover secret hideaways. 1,824 more words


"Beetlejuice" (1988)

Rurbanism is a silly buzzword for what one might call the “urban-rural confluence.” In other words, it’s what happens when city dwellers leave their metropolitan environments for the country and bring their cultural interests with them. 557 more words