The infamous story of Benjamin Barker, AKA Sweeney Todd, who sets up a barber shop down in London which is the basis for a sinister partnership with his fellow tenant, Mrs. Lovett. Based on the hit Broadway musical.
Helena Bonham Carter,
Adam and Barbara are a normal couple...who happen to be dead. They have given their precious time to decorate the house and make it their own, but unfortunately a family is moving in, and not quietly. Adam and Barbara try to scare them out, but ends up becoming the main attraction to the money making family. They call upon Beetlejuice to help, but Beetlejuice has more in mind than just helping. Written by
All the people in the waiting room and in the office are in the same condition as when they died and the way they died is shown clearly. However, the Maitlands, who were drowned, are not wet. This was done deliberately since the director felt that keeping the actors wet all the time would be too uncomfortable. See more »
Even though Adam and Barbara attempt to scare the Deetzes by altering their appearances, only to find that the living cannot normally see the deceased, later, when they show Juno how they plan on scaring the family again, they go back to altering their bodies, which Juno finds no flaw in. However, she told them to study the "intermediate interface chapter on haunting" and to practice, which, given the shrimp scene, they obviously had been doing both. See more »
Let's see, business section.
[he flips to the obituary page of a newspaper]
Ooh, la, la. What do we got here? The Maitlands, uh? Cute couple. Look nice and stupid, too.
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Tim Burton's Beetlejuice is a great film. The director was given free reign to make his own film visually and it is great. The casting is good, but the standout is Michael Keaton. Keaton is absolutely hilarious in the title role. This movie is very funny and well done.
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