Starring Michael Keaton, Emma Stone, Edward Norton, and Zach Galifianakis, Birdman depicts the point of view of an actor who used to play a superhero and attempted to move on to Broadway. I enjoyed the humor in this film and in some cases I could connect with Michael Keaton character. In particular, I sometimes fantasize on having superpowers myself just as Michael Keaton’s character imagined having telekinesis or flight. I also enjoyed the concept of a washed up Hollywood actor who was desperate for a comeback. If this was a boxing film, it would be fair to say that Birdman is a Cinderella story for an actor. In addition, it was rather scary on how the film depicted the demanding and competing nature of Broadway theatre. As a former theatre actor, I could relate to this as well. I would recommend this film to anyone who is seeking a story about an underdog who is attempting to beat the odds while wrestling with his own personal demons.