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New York Times:
[The] actors, not surprisingly, are limited by the stupidity of their material.
The movie is all anticlimax once we realize it's going to be about gimmicks, not characters.
Beetlejuice means something good: that imaginative artists can bring a fading genre back from the dead.
Luckily, Keaton pops up from his grave to liven things up when the antics pitting the good ghosts against the intruders become a trite cat & mouse game.
The joy of Beetlejuice is its completely bizarre -- but perfectly realized -- view of the world.