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Studio Warner Bros Alt Title Beetlejuice
Distributed by Warner Bros Director(s) Tim Burton
Running Time 92.mins Producer(s) Michael Bender,m Larry Wilson, Richard Hashimoto
Prod. Year 1988 Composer(s) Danny Elfman
Genre(s) Comedy Writer(s) Michael McDowell, Larry Wilson
Screen Format WideScreen 1:85:1 Anamorphic Prod.Design Bo Welch
Sound Format(s) DD 5.1 Sound Richard L. Anderson
Layer DVD-5 Actors - Michael Keaton
- Geena Davis
- Jeffrey Jones
- Winona Ryder
- Alec Baldwin
- Catherine O'hara
Case Type Snapper DVD Extras: - Production Notes
- Music only Audio Track
- Trailer
IMDB Rating 6.9 DVD-ROM None
Reviewed 15/06-1999 MPAA Rating R
Released 26/02-1999 UPC 321937117856
IMDB Link 0094721 Comments Added June-1999

Review 1 - 15/06-1999

This movie is great, and Michael Keaton is in a very good mood and are very funny. This film is a little bit special as always when Tim Burton makes a movie. Danny Elfman has again made some great music and is still my favourite soundtrack composer. This film is a must buy for Tim Burton/Michael Keaton fans. Michael Keaton is perfect as Beetlejuice


Review 2 - 23/06-1999

Next time you drive off the road, make sure you`re not dead. This is what happens to the Maitlands in Beetlejuice. They soon discover that beeing dead isn`t easy. They fail totally in their attempt to spook their own house. Their house is beeing taken over by an American family- The Deitz`s. Adam and Barbara Maitland ( Alec Baldwin & Geena Davis )doesn`t like the changes the Deitz family is doing to their house, and tries to scare them off as ghosts. When their ghostly efforts have no affect on the Americans, they decide to turn to Beetlejuice for help. This is when the movie starts to get funny. Michael Keaton is enjoying himself as Beetlejuice, and he does it well. The movie has a special atmosphere and an interresting subject - Death. You`re in for a few laughs, thanks to Keaton, who saves this movie. A well worth watch. On the 1-6 scale, this is a 3.EB.¨Death can be complicated!

Review 3 - 12/08-1999

Made by Tim Burton way back when Geena Davis was still a major babe, this film is owned by Michael Keaton. Forget about the story or the other actors and enjoy Keaton`s over the top Bio-exorcist. He is the greatest ghost since the ghost of yesteryear visited Ebeneezer Scrooge, and a lot funnier. Those who only have seen Keaton in Batman or Jackie Brown should see this to sample the magnificent talent of this guy.¨It`s the Michael Keaton show