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Joker 2019 Movie

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Length
2h 2m
Country
United States
Release Dates
2019-10-04
Description
Joker is a 2019 American psychological thriller film directed and produced by Todd Phillips, who co-wrote the screenplay with Scott Silver. The film, based on DC Comics characters, stars Joaquin Phoenix as the Joker and provides a possible origin story for the character. Set in 1981, it follows Arthur Fleck, a failed stand-up comedian whose descent into insanity and nihilism inspires a violent counter-cultural revolution against the wealthy in a decaying Gotham City. The film polarized critics; while it was highly praised for Phoenix's performance, the musical score, cinematography and production values, it was met with mixed reception concerning Phillips' screenplay and direction. The film's dark tone, portrayal of mental illness, and handling of violence divided opinion and also generated concerns of inspiring real-world violence. Despite this, the film became a major box office success and received numerous accolades.
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Robert De Niro
Robert De Niro
Murray Franklin
Joaquin Phoenix
Joaquin Phoenix
Arthur Fleck / The Joker
Zazie Beetz
Zazie Beetz
Sophie Dumond
Brett Cullen
Brett Cullen
Thomas Wayne
Brian Tyree Henry
Brian Tyree Henry
Carl (Arkham Clerk)
Bill Camp
Bill Camp
Detective Garrity
Shea Whigham
Shea Whigham
Detective Burke
Marc Maron
Marc Maron
Gene Ufland
Douglas Hodge
Douglas Hodge
Alfred Pennyworth
Hannah Gross
Hannah Gross
Young Penny
Josh Pais
Josh Pais
Hoyt Vaughn
Kadrolsha Ona Carole
Kadrolsha Ona Carole
Clown Faced Rioter
Ben Warheit
Ben Warheit
Wall Street Three
Michael Benz
Michael Benz
Wall Street Three
Sondra James
Sondra James
Dr. Sally
April Grace
April Grace
Arkham Psychiatrist
Mick Szal
Mick Szal
Woman on Subway
Carl Lundstedt
Carl Lundstedt
Wall Street Three
Frank Wood
Frank Wood
Dr. Stoner
Sharon Washington
Sharon Washington
Social Worker
Rocco Luna
Rocco Luna
GiGi Dumond
Murphy Guyer
Murphy Guyer
Barry O'Donnell
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Joker is hated by mainstream reviewers for showing unapologetically, albeit in dramatized style, the harsh reality of systematic abuse and apathy the mentally ill and impoverished face every day. It takes the radical position of depicting people similar to the fictional Thomas Wayne as not the solution, but rather the problem. The poor to people like Thomas Wayne are clowns, not even worthy of contempt. If only they'd work as hard as he, then maybe they'd share his wealth and success! Or so he'd like to believe. His son Bruce will presumably grow up to become Batman, a rich spoiled vigilante that gets his kicks by beating up opportunistic criminals in an urban environment of decay and destitution. Like his father, Bruce is merely part of the problem at best is a symptom of a society facing total moral collapse. Arthur from the moment of conception is abandoned and left to be abused by a narcissistic "caretaker" and her bad boy boyfriend. He grows up horrifically broken and fantasizes receiving fatherly love from a talk show host. This is the kind of man that is starved of love and has known only the vicious callousness of his anomic society. It's hard to say if Arthur would have grown or developed normally to begin with, but the fact of the matter is: he is given no chance or hope. His only path is to become insane. All other doors have been shut... Instead of helping Arthur, his society cuts his meager therapy and leaves him without his many prescriptions. Arthur is subject to physical abuse without any recourse. And the man he came to fantasize as a fatherly figure, ridicules and mocks Arthur for the sake of empty entertainment. The end result is not surprising.
4
This movie is the epitome of "I am 14 and this is deep."
4
Amazing cinematography and Joaquin Phoenix proves again he's one of the best in the business. The Joker proves that you don't need fancy special effects and a myriad of explosions to make a good and profitable superhero movie.
4
Wonderfully shot and engrossing performance by Joaquin Phoenix, but at times the script is cliche and uninspired, and feels like a daydream of a gloomy teenager.
5

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beautiful movie, nothing to say against it. it makes you understand how a lunatic feels and thinks
5
I love how literally 0 incidents happened because of this movie even after all that controversy.
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Imagine going into the bathroom and seeing the joker doing that dance.
5
it's pretty refershing to see most people liking this movie despite the paucity of action scenes.
4
Unexpected life pro tip from this movie - crawl into your fridge when there is no AC.
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