I liked how the sisters heartwarming make-up speech at the end didn’t even pause when they were being actively stabbed to death by ghouls
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Yeah, a lot of films in the 80s and 90s had cartoon spinoffs that took liberties with the source material. Both Beetlejuices were jerks, but Cartoon Beetlejuice is more of a looney trickster god who enjoys pranks and wacky literal cartoon wordplay while Movie Beetlejuice is more of an asshole.I'm curious if you had experience with the cartoon before the movie (I know I did and it took me a while to shake it).
Like, you're not supposed to like Beetlejuice. He's the villain. He has this weird plan to double-kill the protagonists and force a 15 year old to marry him. But then we've got this wacky little cartoon, where he's the protagonist and that young girl is his best friend and they have wacky adventures together and the actual main freaking characters from the movie just do not even exist, and for nerds of a certain age, you're gonna see that well before anyone is going to let you watch this weird movie where ghosts are pulling their faces off and beheading themselves and such. So then you do see it and hey what the hell, who are these two and why is Lydia's wacky BFF this creepy murderous pervert? And that's just not at all pleasant.
Are the fear street movies scary? I am asking for a cowardly friend of mine, Bascally Radger
I mean, that sort of thing is done. Snakes on a Plane added a sex scene with pot smoking to guarantee their R-rating, so they could also add in Sam Jackson saying the movie's most famous line.they're supposed to be horror movies, but they're not particularly scary imo. there's this weird lack of tension to them that makes them feel like perhaps they were originally written and filmed to have a PG-13/TV-14 rating, but then someone said "yo since some of this stuff involves, like, actual children dying there is no way this will get anything but an R rating" and so they went back and shot a handful of graphically violent scenes that feel really out of place from the rest of the movies