Beetlejuice review


Beetlejuice is an American fantasy and comedy film. This movie came out in 1988 and is considered a classic by many. Michael Keaton plays Beetlejuice and his facial expressions match perfectly with what most people would imagine Beetlejuice’s character to be like. It starts with the co-stars, Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin, driving off a cliff and becoming ghosts. The rest of the movie is about them trying to get the new family that moved into their house to move out. They become friends with the daughter of the new people who moved in and eventually meet Beetlejuice who is not exactly helpful. In time, they end up being friends with all the new people and learn to live together in harmony. Michael McDowell, Warren Skaaren, and Larry Wilson did a great job of keeping the audience laughing and on the edge of their seats throughout the whole movie. Although the graphics are questionable, Beetlejuice is a pretty good movie year-round and perfect for nights when you can not find anything to watch or when you just need background noise.