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Beetlejuce vs Little shop of horrors

Updated on November 14, 2015

Subject: plot

The plot of Beetlejuice was amazing and funny, a story of a family of ghosts trying to get another living family out of there home by hiring a "exorcist" named Beetlejuice. Even though Little shop of horrors movie did have a funny plot, it was adapted. And Beetlejuice was so charming, but with the love story and cool plot from LSOH, so its hard to choose, but overall the winner is Beetlejuice. So say Beetlejuice 3 times and you will have a great movie (and a weird half-crazy weirdo).


Little shop of horrors:0

Subject:Main character

The main character in Little Shop of Horrors is a wimpy, short but brave and lovable teen named Seymour, while the main character in Beetlejuice is a strange, unusual and cute little girl named Wynonna. These characters are very similar but it matters on really their meaning in the movie, let's see, Wynonna is a girl who has met ghosts and try's to be nice, and overall a very likable character. But, while many will disagree, I say that Seymour wins, being a adopted kid, a confiedent man,and while he can be easily made to do things, such as kill the dentist, he wins being a man who will sacrifice his life to save anyone (though he did kill Mushnik). So with that taken care of.

Beetlejuice: 1



Both Are full of snickers and LOLs, but to choose the best will be hard, let's see if I can manage. So Little shop of horrors has much funny comedy with dentist and the plant....and of course the Mean Green Mother song and Dentist song are both hilarious, with both slapstick and normal comedy, but the best horror comedies come from films like Beetlejuice. With the element of comedy, this is really mainly a comedy because of the way it uses all elements, so I will say that overall Beetlejuice shall win in the COMEDY section. Sorry Little shop of horrors, but we all know your not the type we're lookin for.


Little shop of horrors:1


Now both villians are funny, witty and ready to deliver, so this can be your opinion or not but this is based on facts. So to get started is that Audrey 2, while being utterly hilarious, isn't that interesting until halfway. While Beetlejuice is so funny, classy and weird he just isn't beatable. But to make sure of this I'm going to say that Audrey 2 really had a strange tone, even stranger and more unique then Beetlejuice. But, based on the calculations...OF MY MIND I think that Beetlejuice barely chips away at this amazing victory. So....

WAIT THIS IS A TIE. The other winner in LSOH is the dentist, because hes so flipping hilarious and absolutly bonkers, so that's a tie for you. Sorry bout the random outburst but I needed to say that. But really it still goes to Beetlejuice.




Wow, while both movies have horror one balances over the more inferior one, and I shall explain why. So little shop of horrors starts as a fun and silly movie, but then first thing first Audreys abusive boyfriend comes in and starts being really mean, as the dentist he also likes causing pain. But the movie gets real disturbing when Audrey 2 comes alive and convinces seyour to feed him to him. Then theres a disturbing laughing gas part (theres a really good song on broadway), then he chops up the body and feeds it to the plant, ew. But Mushnik, his "dad" finds out, but gives him a chance to escape. Nonetheless Seymour tricks him into backing up and getting chomped up. Now the next part depends, in broadway Audrey finds out, almost gets killed but still dies, gets feed to the plant. Then Seymour fights the plant but gets eaten instead. Then the plant duplicates and takes over the world, which makes the sad ending. But in the other version Audrey lives, watches Seymour fight the plant....and win, the they move together happily ever after, which I dislike. So while Beetlejuice gave you shivers up your spine, with all the horror in Little shop of horrors, it wins...without a doubt

Little shop of horrors:2


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    • Robert Sacchi profile image

      Robert Sacchi 

      2 years ago

      Interesting in both movies good characters make bad choices to solve their problems.

    • Discordzrocks profile imageAUTHOR

      Gavin Heinz 

      2 years ago from Austin TX

      Tnx Linda and vkwok

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      Victor W. Kwok 

      2 years ago from Hawaii

      Really brings back memories. Awesome hub!

    • Linda Robinson60 profile image

      Linda Robinson 

      2 years ago from Cicero, New York

      This hub is awesome Gavin, the comparison between the movies were wonderful and you included so many fun and interesting content. It was an amazing read, it held your interest from the first world to the last. Looking forward to reading more. And absolutely two of my favorite movies. So well done. Linda


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