Is There a Late-Career Renaissance More Impressive or Well-Deserved Than Michael Keaton’s?

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By Bonnie Stiernberg As anyone who happened to be around and vaguely tuned into the pop cultural zeitgeist at the time can surely recall, there was a stretch of years — from roughly the mid-’80s to the mid-’90s — when Michael Keaton was seemingly everywhere. Over the course of a single decade, he was Mr. Mom, he was Beetlejuice and he was Batman. In between, he earned praise for a dramatic turn as an addict struggling with substance abuse in Clean and Sober, and he charmed as a fast-talking, foul-mouthed newspaper editor in Ron Howard’s The Paper. He was, for a while at least, one of Hollywood…

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