nyu ddw '24
what i liked the most about this was the cinematography and direction. the way the shots were framed & what they chose to highlight and for how long made the film feel a lot like a graphic novel to me. felt very illustrative and hyperbolic. love this style. a choice that made me see that it could stand apart as its own thing from the stage version, even though i haven't seen the stage version.
otherwise? fine. everyone was good acting…
hello people who read my letterboxd reviews. all of you know me. you know what i’m about, what drives me, and who i am as a person. because you know these things you already know my thoughts on this film without me having to type them out. i am filled with love and passion. i cannot wait for my life to begin. maybe it already has. right after i walked out of the theater i felt myself starting to go…
i was actually debating whether or not to watch the film after i watched (and loved) the musical so much after i learned that alec baldwin plays adam. then i googled "alec baldwin beetlejuice" and literally screamed out loud because...HE LOOKS SO NORMAL??? HE LOOKS LIKE A NORMAL MAN IN THIS MOVIE$%^&**&^ WHAT HAPPENED TO HIM i'm convinced that he died and was replaced with a clone that looks like a moldy brick. my friend micah and i were cackling…