Michael Keaton and Tim Burton are a genius combo, just like Burton and Depp are.
Gotta Have Music
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One of the things I like best about Henry Winkler is that when they made Night Shift, which I think he produced as well as starred in (and his good buddy Ron Howard directed), he saw at once that Keaton had "It," and he (and Howard) generously allowed Keaton a huge amount of space in the film, even at the expense of his own character. Keaton was like a beacon onscreen. He walked away with a large part of that movie, and I think it was his first major role. I can't believe that talent like that has no place in Hollywood today, and I'm really curious how that came to happen.
Originally Posted by Tonichelle
I believe he took a break. When you do that typically it is hard to regain your footing (so to speak). He could still make it big (johnny depp reinvented his career by going Disney) again, but to me it doesn't seem like he's concerned enough to do it. He may like where he's at.
Figure Skating Is A Dangerous Sport
A Beautiful Mind
Chariots of Fire
The Passion of the Christ
I have never seen Casablanca, just bits & pieces.