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Beetlejuice [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] [1988]


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8 reviews for Beetlejuice [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] [1988]

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  1. thomas

    Its a classic you know exactly what youre buying why are you reading reviews on such an old movie. If you dont own it and you want better quality than streaming then buy it. If youre okay with streaming then why are you looking at reviews for movies?

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  2. Thathtdude

    Bettle juice in 4K is amazing! Growing up I watched this movie a thousand times

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  3. Brandon

    This movie was originally shot on 35mm, but for this 2020 release, it was given a brand new 4k digital intermediate! On top of that, as per the norm with UHD releases, it was also given an HDR color grade for your viewing pleasure in HDR10. Let’s just get this out of the way now, this movie looks great through and through, and I’m really impressed!
    Not only did they restore the film to its original 1.85:1 aspect ratio, but there’s a new level of depth, clarity, and color noticeable from the very first scene. This remaster looks great, honestly, it looks like it could’ve been shot in the last few years it looks so good. (You can compare it to something like the way IT was produced and shot.) I’m sure you already know that this is a Tim Burton movie? Keeping that in mind, all the new bells and whistles of the UHD format bring his unique visuals to the forefront like never before.
    When this remaster was first announced, I would’ve argued with you that a heavy layer of grain needed to be present — don’t you agree? Usually, a movie shot in the 1980s needs a solid layer of grain to bring out all the detail, but to my surprise, there’s practically none in this release and it still works. Instead, you get a film-like appearance with top-notch close-ups and long scenic shots of both worlds, plus everything you can imagine in-between. Now, I could argue that this movie was made for this UHD release. It’s truly amazing that you can’t point out noise reduction and everything looks the way it does… You can see this level of detail in many places throughout the film, but what I focused on was the little things like the grime in Beetlejuice’s teeth and moss growing off of his face.
    Warner Brothers traditionally have more good releases than bad ones, but rest assured that this is one of the good ones.
    Definitely worth the upgrade from that old blu-ray that wasn’t really a good transfer.

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  4. robot

    My therapist suggested this movie in order to overcome my fear of both Beetles and Beat Juice. I was very hesitant at first but being a big Michael Keaton fan I was willing to give it a shot. Pleasantly surprised at how little he’s actually in the movie given the fact he’s the title character and only one listed or pictured on the cover but when he’s on the screen he steals the show. 4K is outstanding and the beetles and juice that do appear are so lifelike that it make me squeamish. By the end of the movie I was able to conjure up the courage to say his name 3 times right alongside of the family. I was all like…Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice grinning ear to ear! I highly recommend Dr. San if you’re in the San Berdino area.

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  5. CavsFan1985

    Beetlejuice has never looked better. I watched this in 4K and then immediately put in the included Blu Ray disc. I was blown away but the quality difference. The detail and color was definitely improved the 4K. I love buying older movies in 4K that were shot on film. You really are able to get a true 4K shot vs. digitally shot movies that are downgraded to 2K.
    The movie overall is fantastic and is highly recommended if you have never seen it.

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  6. Maizz

    A classic movie that looks even better in 4k. I finally decided to pick this movie up, never having owned it until now. It is one that I have enjoyed watching numerous times when able to. I like many of Tim Burton’s films and Michael Keaton gives an unforgettable performance.

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  7. AndyM81

    Beetlejuice stands the test of time and completely holds up still to this day. It’s still funny as ever, a little scary in moments, and brings to life some truly remarkable ideas of the afterlife in a fun way. The music is excellent and the performances are all award-worthy, specifically with Keaton. The new Dolby Atmos track and 4K image with HDR10 are simply phenomenal. This 4K is a knockout from Warner Bros, despite the lack of bonus features. Highly Recommended!

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  8. John

    Beetlejuice is a favorite movie from the late 80s, it is a very colorful and creative movie with an interesting storyline to entertain

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