How Michael Keaton Became America’s Moral Compass
‘In American film, there is no one better at portraying people in positions of power facing unique moral challenges and decisions in a world where consensus seems to have vanished’
Alec Baldwin in ‘Beetlejuice’ Predicted Goth Cottagecore
The entire film, in fact, reflects the cottagecore-meets-graveyard theme of this year
Just an Ordinary Guy: A Salute to Michael Keaton’s Deceptively Normal 1980s Comedies
Whether hanging out in a morgue in ‘Night Shift’ or getting paranormal in ‘Beetlejuice,’ the veteran actor was one of the decade’s most underrated funnymen — and also one of its most restless and self-critical.