I’m thinking about it, but the movie is so depressing and intense and put me on the edge of my seat. I like it, it was good, but then again I might wait til the price goes down a bit.
Its the first thing I’m gonna watch when I get home next week Cant wait
Just got the joker movie in 4k
The joker is a masterpiece
The Joker is one of my favorite movies, though I may be a bit biased since I absolutely love psychological thrillers - I thought Joaquin Phoenix did a fabulous job especially considering the large shoes left behind by Heath Ledger. I hope the 4k version lives up to your expectations!
What was your favorite scene?
Love this movie my favorite part is when he dances down the stairs in full joker style and the talk show scene is also one of my favorites
I love the Batman 89 Easter egg with the painting
Another great thing about this movie it left you asking so many questions like was that real did that really happen
Very true! The stair and talk-show scenes were fantastic but I also really enjoyed the moment when the movie suggests that Sophie Dumond was never actually romantically involved with the Joker for exactly the reason you just said. The unreliable narrator trope is of my favorites and I think it worked really well (it also reminded me of how many iterations of Harley Quinn have her deluding herself into believing that she is in a relationship with the Joker - it was interesting to see that flipped on its head with the Joker incorrectly believing he was in a relationship with someone else).
Wholeheartedly agreed @Davidbizzarr1000. Co-signing your takes as well @Shayera.Hol.
It really reminded me of this movie.
I’ve never seen the king of comedy so I don’t know how close this film is to that one. But I took in the joker film as an elsewhere story where Bruce is a child and Thomas Wayne is an evil guy. It’s the only way I can accept this new version of the joker in my head. I also like that they payed homage to the killing joke with the unreliable narrator thing.
Such a great movie each time i watch it i love it more
Along with creating a singularly distinctive interpretation of B’Man’s No. 1 nemesis, Todd Phillips crafted an outstanding homage imagery wise to the captivating realism that filmmakers like Scorcese, Lumet, and DePalma wove into the tapestries of their unforgettable work during the 1970s and early 80s. Just such an amazing viewing experience in so many ways.
I would love to see Todd Phillips take on other classic DC Villains
And we haven’t even talked about the great music attached to this movie
One of my favorite villains and esai morales really nailed it on Titans.
I just love it when villains are done right. I want to see a ventriloquist, killer croc, or a mad hatter film next.
If you want to see how a killer croc film would play out, just read this book.
And here’s a glimpse at the ventriloquist
A clayface film wouldn’t be a bad idea either.
Give me dave Batista as bane