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