In 1989, Michael Keaton looked to be the next big thing in Hollywood. “Batman” had just released to critical raves and commercial success, and, coupled with his previous iconic turn as the gratuitous and bombastic character Beetlejuice in the film of the same name, Keaton’s popularity soared. 599 more words
I thought this movie was actually pretty good. This is an new movie but with an old idea.
The special effects for this was brilliant, I saw this movie in 3D at the cinema and it was brilliant, especially at the end of the movie with the credits where the butterfly flew out towards the screen. 121 more words
For all you wimps out there (I included) Halloween can be a daunting time of year. Wandering on the streets are witches and people who have done their make up so convincingly (I hope) that it looks as if they have had half of their face stapled. 601 more words