#1 Posted by BeaverSauce (431 posts) - - Show Bio

Movie beetljuice vs movie hancock. Hancock can't say beetlejuice 3 times. no bfr. Both at full power. New York city. No morals.

#2 Posted by Shawnbaby (10867 posts) - - Show Bio

BFR is what Beetlegeuse does.

#3 Edited by BeaverSauce (431 posts) - - Show Bio

@Shawnbaby said:

BFR is what Beetlegeuse does.

that wouldn't be fair to hancock. And saying beetlejuice 3 times wouldn't be fair either. Beetlejuice still has substantial magical powers outside the underworld. He kinda warps reality and creates monsters out of objects.

#4 Posted by JediXMan (30942 posts) - - Show Bio

Beetlejuice stomps.

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#5 Posted by TheSpiderSilva (64 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't know much about Beetlejuice, but it must be said that Hancock is completely invulnerable unless he is around Mary for extended periods of time, and tossed a gray whale a mile into the ocean like a frisbee.

#6 Posted by BeaverSauce (431 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheSpiderSilva said:

I don't know much about Beetlejuice, but it must be said that Hancock is completely invulnerable unless he is around Mary for extended periods of time, and tossed a gray whale a mile into the ocean like a frisbee.

It seems interesting beetlejuice has some weird feats of magic and Hancock has impressive power feats as well. The qestion is can either of them hurt each other is so then how?

#7 Posted by greenteaforme (1826 posts) - - Show Bio

Doesn't Bettlejuice have basically reality warping powers? Are his powers magical? Because "invulnerable" characters are normally susceptible to magic.

#8 Posted by JediXMan (30942 posts) - - Show Bio

... it really saddens me that nobody knows who Beetlejuice is.

He's a reality warper who can only be stopped when his name is said three times. Invulnerable and very powerful.

Seriously. Watch the movie...

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#9 Posted by Saren (25900 posts) - - Show Bio

@JediXMan said:

Seriously. Watch the movie...

I've been meaning to, but I watched Dark Shadows recently and now cannot stand Tim Burton.

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#10 Posted by Illuminatus (9510 posts) - - Show Bio

@CitizenBane said:

@JediXMan said:

Seriously. Watch the movie...

I've been meaning to, but I watched Dark Shadows recently and now cannot stand Tim Burton.

Beetlejuice should wash that sour taste out of your mouth. Classic Burton before he became a sell out.

#11 Posted by JediXMan (30942 posts) - - Show Bio

@CitizenBane said:

@JediXMan said:

Seriously. Watch the movie...

I've been meaning to, but I watched Dark Shadows recently and now cannot stand Tim Burton.

I haven't seen Dark Shadows yet, but this is classic Burton. Nothing to fear.

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#12 Posted by TheSpiderSilva (64 posts) - - Show Bio

@JediXMan said:

... it really saddens me that nobody knows who Beetlejuice is.

He's a reality warper who can only be stopped when his name is said three times. Invulnerable and very powerful.

Seriously. Watch the movie...

What if he was in a dream with Freddy Krueger? Who would win?

*not trying to derail the topic, just curious.

#13 Posted by Alchemist_ (114 posts) - - Show Bio
@Illuminatus said:

Classic Burton before he became a sell out.

I don't see the difference between Burton's films when he made Beetlejuice and his current films. 
#14 Posted by Saren (25900 posts) - - Show Bio

@Illuminatus: @JediXMan: I'll pick it up, then.

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#15 Posted by deadpool6_6_6 (1064 posts) - - Show Bio

beatlejuice

#16 Posted by BeaverSauce (431 posts) - - Show Bio

@CitizenBane said:

@JediXMan said:

Seriously. Watch the movie...

I've been meaning to, but I watched Dark Shadows recently and now cannot stand Tim Burton.

Lol. Your joking your Joking,

I can't believe my ears.

Would someone shut this fella up,

I'm drowning in my tears. -Oogie

#17 Posted by Illuminatus (9510 posts) - - Show Bio

@Alchemist_ said:

@Illuminatus said:

Classic Burton before he became a sell out.

I don't see the difference between Burton's films when he made Beetlejuice and his current films.

His current films were well directed, well acted, and often, quality films that delivered on several levels. What does Burton do these days? Remakes Alice in Wonderland with some incoherent plot, visuals that are ostensibly stunning but do little to carry the weight of the ever-faltering direction he decided to take the film in. Oh, and now he's made an adaption of an old 60's soap opera that has a very small cult following, and manages to make a film that quite literally has sacrificed all it's best moments in the trailers. It's sad, really. He used to be so talented and intriguing. Now he's basically the Frank Miller of film directors.

#18 Posted by Illuminatus (9510 posts) - - Show Bio

@BeaverSauce said:

@CitizenBane said:

@JediXMan said:

Seriously. Watch the movie...

I've been meaning to, but I watched Dark Shadows recently and now cannot stand Tim Burton.

Lol. Your joking your Joking,

I can't believe my ears.

Would someone shut this fella up,

I'm drowning in my tears. -Oogie

Not sure why you're quoting The Nightmare Before Christmas. Contrary to popular belief, Burton had very little to do with the final product. The actual director and Elfman deserve a majority of the credit.

But, nonetheless, you're awesome for using those lyrics.

#19 Posted by JediXMan (30942 posts) - - Show Bio

@Illuminatus:

... I liked Nightmare Before Christmas....

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#20 Posted by Alchemist_ (114 posts) - - Show Bio
@Illuminatus said:

His current films were well directed, well acted, and often, quality films that delivered on several levels. What does Burton do these days? Remakes Alice in Wonderland with some incoherent plot, visuals that are ostensibly stunning but do little to carry the weight of the ever-faltering direction he decided to take the film in. Oh, and now he's made an adaption of an old 60's soap opera that has a very small cult following, and manages to make a film that quite literally has sacrificed all it's best moments in the trailers. It's sad, really. He used to be so talented and intriguing. Now he's basically the Frank Miller of film directors.

I loved Alice in Wonderland...don't know what was incoherent about it. Maybe it's just me. 
#21 Posted by Illuminatus (9510 posts) - - Show Bio

@JediXMan: I love it. Been watching that film since I was a kid. Just pointing out something, seeing as Burton has become the big topic of discussion here.

#22 Posted by Illuminatus (9510 posts) - - Show Bio

@Alchemist_ said:

@Illuminatus said:

His current films were well directed, well acted, and often, quality films that delivered on several levels. What does Burton do these days? Remakes Alice in Wonderland with some incoherent plot, visuals that are ostensibly stunning but do little to carry the weight of the ever-faltering direction he decided to take the film in. Oh, and now he's made an adaption of an old 60's soap opera that has a very small cult following, and manages to make a film that quite literally has sacrificed all it's best moments in the trailers. It's sad, really. He used to be so talented and intriguing. Now he's basically the Frank Miller of film directors.

I loved Alice in Wonderland...don't know what was incoherent about it. Maybe it's just me.

I'll admit I had a fun time watching it after a few shots.

#23 Posted by Alchemist_ (114 posts) - - Show Bio
@Illuminatus said:

I'll admit I had a fun time watching it after a few shots.

What part was a problem for you, the Fudderwacken? LOL!
#24 Posted by BeaverSauce (431 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheSpiderSilva: whos dreaming beetle juice or hancock?

#25 Posted by TheSpiderSilva (64 posts) - - Show Bio

@BeaverSauce: Beetlejuice.

#26 Edited by BeaverSauce (431 posts) - - Show Bio

I think beetlejuice has stronger magic than freddy so he would have no effect and I doubt the un-dead need any sleep.

#27 Posted by BeaverSauce (431 posts) - - Show Bio

Beetlejuice

#28 Posted by NyghtMare (403 posts) - - Show Bio

Is Beetlejuice invulnerable? I remember him doing some fruity magic tricks like making chairs come alive and making shrimp cocktails into hands and grabbing people, but I'm not sure he can do anything to hurt Hancock.

#29 Posted by BeaverSauce (431 posts) - - Show Bio

@NyghtMare: Beetlejuice warps reality

#30 Posted by NyghtMare (403 posts) - - Show Bio

@BeaverSauce: On what level? I remember him making the outside of some people's house a desert populated with giant serpents, but that's nothing that could stop Hancock, as he's only vulnerable when exposed to Mary. But it's been a while since I've seen Beetlejuice, at least 10 years lol.

#31 Posted by JohnnyZ256 (2419 posts) - - Show Bio

Stalemate, I guess.

#32 Posted by BeaverSauce (431 posts) - - Show Bio

ah hell nah

#33 Posted by Floopay (8721 posts) - - Show Bio

Beetlegeuse and Hancock have one weakness, and you've eliminated Beetlegeuse's. I'd put my money on the reality warper. Regardless of how powerful Hancock supposedly is, and though many state he's invulnerable. He's not, it was proven in the movie he is not completely invulnerable or invincible, even when Mary isn't around. So yeah, Beeltegeuse ftw.

Completely forgot this movie had Winona Ryder, Alec Baldwin, and Michael Keaton (as Beatlegeuse)...

Thanks for reading,

Floopay

#34 Posted by MonsterStomp (19272 posts) - - Show Bio

Beetle Juice didn't do anything interesting. He was clowned by normal people.

#35 Posted by BeaverSauce (431 posts) - - Show Bio

@MonsterStomp: he was only clowned because of his weakness

#36 Posted by Bane_of_sith (2796 posts) - - Show Bio

With out calling his name Hancock would be powerless against beetlejuice. Beetlejuice would eventually terrify him so much at he curls up in a ball and sucks his thumb

#37 Posted by Sideslash (5907 posts) - - Show Bio

Gonna go with Beetlejuice.

#38 Edited by D3athstroke (3964 posts) - - Show Bio
Beetlejuice is not reality warper. He is low level magic using spirit. Hankock is mystical being too. He is a God and he wins.
#39 Posted by NeonGameWave (7996 posts) - - Show Bio

Beetlejuice with ease.